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THOROUGH 

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CAIIP0H1TIA THEATRE. 



GRE3AT a»T70C£2»RB 



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JOHN M c CULLOUGH! 

(J U Itf ER. A. L u ih >ri<i4M laptnuum •( aiairi. r>iM i mm,. 

CLEARANCE SALE 



Palace Amphitheatre. 

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ROYAL* ITA UA N~ CIRCUS 



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K)YS! 



DOLLS ! 



PRINCE OF DENMARK 



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Holiday Presents 



TBI IULIV . 



Must "L>© Sold 



Breat I X L Auction Store, 

616, 618 and 620 

■KAKNV ST., COR, COMMERCIAL. 



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Kuubtot to Polotilu*. - M188BK1.1.\ PATEMAN 

"laa (^Aitr.iK wyatt 

tiib BOEmriiii-rs 

ACT I —ftrii.ll 1 -The Rampart. °' the Castle Klsinore Nishl S. rvr 2 Room of Hut* In the Palace. H<bnf - 

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ACT III Sou.. I -The Atfii.nee Chamber, u before. BcaMl 2 -Room LA too ta.ll. Bcrkk 3.— The quota'. Clout. 
ACT IV MM Haa of Stole 

. e -The ChurohTani at EUmore. ACT VX— Scatra.— Room of Stele 

X' .TICK On the flnt alshte of HATalct the ouruin will rite At 10 minute, to S precisely. The Audience is requested to be 
seated bj Ih.t Urn* 

Ob MONDAY, TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY NEXT SHAKESPEARE'S Tragedy of 



Will he produced with THE ESPECIAL CAST Prepared for Miss cnARLuTTE Cl'SIIMAN'S Engagement, 

and with 

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■aM BELLA PATEHASf iu LADY MArtlETH 




PROGRAMME FOR THI8 EVENING. 



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U 1.11111111111 Mir arrogant llilll.iti Hlrrd, arc 

..•in.-. I hi -II. Mill II 1. 1 III. .iiiii:ii| | a K 

iii—i ilimrull Trlel* Art. 

II MMI I llrtXTI It, hl.lDlmllnl.lr an.l tilcklr 

plrn-.loi llriinlax Room I'.nl.-rLnliiai. in. 
I'll"- ■U«r.»>KBASTfA.lf la hi. iinrl.allril Paara 

and l.-iit. on llvrerhack. 

The Performance to conclude with the Laughable Eoueftrtatt 
Spectacle. 
IS. THE BtTTI.E OF l II f HOIS On wklrh orrm- 
..li.n ALL THE IIIMI > or II..' lAlabll.brurat 
Will Im Inlro.liir. il at uiM' llin. . 

NOTtCB. SMOKING STTIICT1.Y PROHHUTXD 

Ajtkrnook MaTINKKS fr.-ry Wit.KMniv and SlTt'BDAT 
Admission ' to the Matinee.. SO cente. Children, Httll-PrloB. 
Doors open at 1 o'clock. Performance to commence at I. 



4F«i nip . i Business 
,tALD s 1 College. 

14 Post St., San Francisco 



nw l.ttNi .ja. Beat Ba.lara* follrce 

a as ' ••**. Its cradDatoi are qaalifled for buai- 
aa aad eaabkd m nil Itioralin dtuaUons at once. 
— *» awo a hoold examine this «hool before at, 
aaatott alataaare. Por Information call at the 
••a. Ma M Peat atreet. or addreai E. P. Hrald. 
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•aliaaaaoo. 

"TH 



IE VILLA," 
30LDEN GATE PARK, 

TW BmlltMng bar1 0R j aat Imm twmpUtwl. U 

JBTour Publlo Parlors, 
— aitt>- 

Cm Prirate Oinlng Booms, 





ANTISELL 

PIANO CO. FORMER PATRONS! 

Capital Stock, $500,000 

FA.MOTJS 

Jewelry Store 

Cor. Montgomery & Sutter Sts. 



Tfc* .■«*• 



tMiocbailt. act ilktA pabllcboul 
erst w li i B Dftaed 



An Elegant Villa. ^ 

CUIDO MANGENBCRC. 

PROPHIKTOR. j-.ie 



PROGRAMMES, 

And all kicd« of Printing for 

Shows. Lectures, 

Concerts, Theatres, 

Excursions, &c. 

AT LOW BATKS, BI 

B. F. STEKETT, 

532 CLAT STREET. 




IT Ion *»iiii( a I'lnnn, Rut lit Ilfiuf- 

quarter*, ami don't be fooliKl Into bii>nriK ad»erti9ed 
worthless traah. Buy an ANTISELL PIANO- 
KoRTK, &od you have the best Piano made, and 
Indoried by hundred* of our leading artiHtR and rou- 
rrioian* throughout California. We aell at manufac- 
turers' price*, and haring t. largo capital and btul- 
•"■•f enabled to undersell agent* who are ouly 
middleruon. Agentahate to jay high prices tocorer 
th(rir lonacrodtlx, and usually make the enormous 

SroflU of from $100 to $500. To be forewarned is to 
irmod We h ii vi.' ju«t received froro our fac- 
tory a line tawiortiucnt that we offer at a small ad- 
vance, atber for cash or inntalnientfl, Instaad of 
rontlng. They are overstrung bass AgraffeB, French 
action, etc.. possessing every improvement recog- 
nized by people of culUvatcd muHic«l taste, and the 
graDd remilt is tltat for power, BweetnciiM, brilliancy, 
and Hinging quality of tone, evenness throughout the 
ui.tlroiscali.i,ileLicacyftnileliantieityof toucli, rttrtingth 
durobUity, beauty and finish, the ANTLSELL I'l- 
ANDaUuda unequalled. 
N B,— We soldo uKstockatauction, 

■■i. listed of Stelnwai \ Son, cliickcrrng, and 
Brothers, as it don't nay to keep those makes, 
wu in ul the demand so limit < I 

T. M. ANTISELL & Co. 

ItEMOYED TO 

640 Washington Street. 

dan 



Lttentlon, Good Lirers! 

p. beh ges A co t 
MINERS' RESTAURANT, 

J« aad theilmeni' Urandi™ fc " ' 

glC^a^SodSile'S^:." ^ 1^. 
"Hafroms, a toiop M '*•"• ^ l( 

»l aad 533 toraawMU, aad ?«, H . rke , 
"** •«» t *o«.»,M,«.Wi>,nL l 



THE CLIFF HOUSE! 

R0BRIN6 OCEAN)' SURGING BREAKERS 
FOrMING SURF, HOfiSTER SEA L.QflS 

Appetizing Breakfasts, Lnuehes 
Dinners ar.d iSuppers. 

BHINO YOin triHBl 

BlUNG VOl'lt KAMILiVt 
BRING YOUR LAUV FRIEJVOt 

And BDJora vi»w of tno .Iobbi, O'JICA N PANO- 

KAMA IN lllr. wim;i.|i„,i IH sight of 

the Wurld-otoo.. ned 

CJr-olclen Gate. 

With a fleet of white-win^od messsogers enterln. 
from ereiy part of the oommervlal world. 

■aRrNew Lit,* Basses, couneetinit with Sirsel 
Oars at Lone Moootaiii every 1.5 lainm** beraafter 
for the Ohtf Uonsa )rl-tf 



SAN FRANCISCO BATHS 

AHD 

Halt-dressing Establishment. 

636 Wiuhlncton Kfrfct, 

below Kearny, PRICES KK „ 

DUCED: Baths, 25 cente. 8haw^ 

(ng, 26 cents, Ralr cutting. 2S 

oeuta, 8haini>ooing, 35 cents 

il-j'ii-.ai.'i J3aU*a, K3-U JOIUf GRffiff 



An RcapectfUly Informed Uiul the dla- 
plny of 

^T^-a.-r CJ I=C El 99 

DIAMONDS, 

J WELRY, and 

SILVERWARE, 

Wa* Never no Cirent :.s a** the Preseal 

time, and we will take pleasure la showing Goods 
even to those who do not wish to purchase. 

ANDERSON & RANDOLPH 

no5 

tsao Homes! 

'.'iMt Men Wanted to Buy Lot* In the 

ANTISELL TEACT BERKELEY 

$20 down, balance $10 per month. $200 each. 

Auction Price. Cheapont ever offerel. 

Ai-hIj at 

ANTISELL PIANO ROOMS 

&M> Wnj.li I ngt on Stre et. del2tf 

CLAY-8TREB1 
RIDING ACADEMY, 

«■•»* i lu y Street, cor 

atochtoQ. 

This ia f.ho most elevrnt 
and oommodiorja Ridirg 
\oadomy in rhe city; open 
day and evening. Partic- 
ular attest loo psid to 
tsaobing beginner*. ja27-6m 

A. M a RRHALT.. Pw,nrl«»tor. 



To the Unfortunate. 

Dr. Gibbon's Dispensary, 

No. 633 Kearny Street, earner or 

Commercial, San Francisco. Entrance on 
Conuoercial. Established in 1854. for the 
treatment and cure of all diseases of the uri- 
nary and generative organs, and all phywi- 
cal conditions or Weakness consequent 
upon the errors or ignorance of the sexes. 8kin dis- 
ease (of years' standing) and rheumatism, success- 
fully treated. The sick and the afflicted should net 
fail to call upon him. Tho Doctor has traveled ex- 
tensively in Kuxope, and Inspected thoroughly tho 
various hospitals there, obtaining a great deal of 
valuable information, which he is competent to 
impart to those in need of his services. Dr. Uibboa 
will make no charge unless he effects a cure. 

Address DR. J. F. GIBBON, Box 1957, 8an 
Francisco. no25-tf 




DR. FERDENANDERZ, 

Ho Olebrated For IiIm gnreesMt In the 
treatment of all diseases of men and women has 
his ofnoe at 
216 Kearny Street, bet. Bush & Sutter. 

Hours 10 A. M. to 1 P. m. and 3 P. M. to <i r, M. 



JOHN BOLLMAN 

Can, and Doe*, Hell, In ftpltc of a legion 

of long-tailed Celestials and their white friends, 
PURE HAVANA CH-'AI'td l'«>!t VIVE CENTS 
APIECE, or THIRTY DOLLARS PER THOUS- 
AND. They arc called 

Iaos Brilliantes. 

And, judging by the daily increasing demand for 
them, thoy will in time outsell auy other brands of 
cigars. Competition, of course, will do all it can to 
retard and stop their sale, and therefore we would 
earnestly request the generous public to see for itself 
and first give them a fair trial, ere condemning 
tbem. A meritorious article may be cheap as well, 
and our maxim has been and always will be, to sell 
a first-rate article at tho lowest mien POSSIBLX. 
Those edgars as well as our celebrated Russian 
OlOAJUTOS are sold in all tiie principal cigar stores 
in this olty and adjoining towns, or the factory, 400 
WASHINGTON STREET, CORNER BATTERY. 




Finest Singing Room in the City 

....AT Tlir,,,. 

ASSEMBLY ROOM 

F*r&& rrncl Easy, 

Ml. 23 lil.lKV STBEET, 

Bet. Kearny and Dnpont, 

FREE AND EAsTeVERY NIGHT. 

This fine and commodious Room has just beem 
built, expresaly for the Free ami Easy going public 
It is nearly sixty feet long by 23 wide, with an •!• 
Yated roof and the beat of ventilation. 

The Proprietor*, of thi* Elegant Saloon have spared 
no expense in Building and Decorating, and hope by 
strict attention to business to gain tho public favor. 
They keep the very best of WINES, LIQUORS and 
CIGARS, and olsoagood HOME-COOKED LUNUH 
hot every night. 

tfrfi ' FREE and EASY every evening. no3S 



ROCKAWAY OYSTER HOUSE* 

1004 Market Street, Rear Junction of 
Market and Powell. 

t lii.lroHl Oyslrrx, ChotM and 

Steaks served to order at all hours, U 
SUPPERS for Parties and Families^ 
promptly supplied. The patronage 
our friends and the 'public is respect- 
fully solicited. HENRY LANGE, 
ED. KREIIMKE. 
oo30-tf Proprietort. 



The Celebrated Pan Roast 



Stalls, 57, 58 and 56 California Market. 
(Entrance on Pine street,) 
Families and Restaurants supplied at short notice 
doI7-lm 



Look for above trade mark, when yon buy and be- 
ware of imitat.uius, 

N. B. For u smoker, as a holiday gift, you eouM 
hardl y nelect anything more suitable and acceptable 
thtui our I'kiaum and ItntwiAN QZOABnOS, especi- 
ally our La Moscovitan' manufactured of Turkish 

bol eo worth 85 per pound. The finest Clgarltos in 

Market, sold at tho factory for $30 per thousand, d4 



LANGHSY's 

SAN FRANCISCO DIRECTORY, 

1875. 

Established, 1857. 

The <aiivnss ftor the Above Reliable 

work will be completed in a few days, and the print- 
ing thereof socured without delay. The undersigned 
will esteem it a favor to be notified of any cbangea 
of firms, removals, new arrivals in this city, or any 
other additions or alterations from this date. 

HENRY G. LANG LEV, Proprietor. 
612 Clay street, between Montgomery and Kearny, 

♦ia.4-.iw Vo Stain. 



J. C. COJflELS, 
TERRAPIN LUNCH, 

Terrapin Constantly on Hand 

Oysters in every style. PRIVATE 
SUPPER ROOMS FOR PARTLES. 



MORAGHAN& LYNCH. 

DEALERS II? 

Ovfttert., Claina and nil kind* 

of Shell Fish, Stall 68 California Mar- 
ket. San Francisco, Open Day and 
Night. Families, Public and Private 
Parties, Hotels, Shipping and Restati' 
rants supplied. 



GEORGE MATES, 

Dealer In'OyHtert, I'lamx, and 



all kinds of SHELL FISH, Stalls Nos.V. 
46, 'il, **'-, California Market, entrance 
on California street. 

Public or private parlies and families strppUs 
from 6 a. m. to 12 r m. L*lios'and Oen tUai w f 
Oyster Rooms open from 6 a M.tol2r. **.. dezTf 

MINNIE WILLIAMS. 



late M.Uir r of H la ale William, c.i .k- 

tain information cooeamin, bar ohiki br caUiac afc 
aaalMaaaaaaaill2A.lt. ed9u^ 



ORGAN OF AMUSEMENTS. 



ilshed Every Day In the Tear, by 
J. '. BOGA.RDUS. 

AT 

32 Merchant and 537 Washington St»- 

Below Montgomery, San Francisco. 



SATURDAY JANUARY 2 

FOREIGN DRAMATIC NEWS, 

Theatre manager* aeein to be Ignoring the preaent 
in tboirbuoy |irepan*tiuii» lor Christmas. Rebeara- 
aii are apparently talcing place every day where 

pautomiines are \o be produced The Criterion 

reopened No». 23th with "Lea Pres Bt Gemls. 1 
Thin Ik a capital work and will do more good for tbiu 
bonne than anything before tendered here, There In 
plenty of charming music running through tho en- 
tire piece, and the new opera bouffe has already 
made its mark. The Criterion in doing a capital 

boHlooMi Ml** Amy Sbcndau U Dot doing von 

brilliantly at the Opera Oomiqae There appeared 
in last week 'a JftwrKfto 0nfX<H an article in which 
thin lady's name bom any thing but an honorable 
mention. Mis;t Sheridan baa Instituted criminal 
proceeding" against thu writer BnatTDOdj knows 
that UiAfl Sheridan is not a brilliantactresB or vocal- 
ial ; but it is hardly tbe mission of tbe journalist to 
Mdaee newspaper criticism to mere personal abuse 

•*' . Mr. Francis FalruYs caao against "Vanity 

.Fair." for libel, comes off on the 7th Watts 

i'inllijiH, the dramatic author, died December 3d, in 

bin fifty-fourth year Tho St. James to doing but 

a very shady business. Mr. Stephen Fisk, the man- 
ager, has left this establishment and gone to Amer- 
ica. He is generally believed to be on thi 

.The Gaiety will produce "The Merry Wives cd 

Windsor," with a strong cast, on the 19th uit. Mrs. 
John Wood is engaged hero. Mr. Phelps will be 
the Falstaff. Mr , Arthur Sullivan has written inci- 
dental music to accompany tbe progress of this com- 
edy "Giro He -droll a" is not a success at the 

Philharmonic. Tho company gave a representation 
at tbe Gaiety matinee Nov. 26. The theatre was 

crowded in every part,. "Hamlet," with Henry 

Irving, Is progressing very well at the Lyceum, but 

receipts are falling off Music-hall matters are 

not over-brilliant. The Saturday morning perform- 
ances at the Oxford have been interdicted by the 
Lord Chamberlain. This in a blow to the profession. 
This was the Raturilay rendezvous for every per- 
former in the variety line. 

Miss Carlotta Patti recently refused to sing at a 
concert in Birmingham, England, liecausc she had 
b.'cn described on the hills as "the sister of Adelina 
Patti." TbiB is bringing professional pride down to 
a fine point. 

Mr. Stephen Fiake, late editor of the London 
Burnet and manager of tbe St. James' Theatre, Lon- 
don, a gentleman well known and universally ad- 
mired in this city lor his fine, gentlemarjly i)u:ilit.icb 
and great abilities, has become associated with Mr. 
Au.--u.itin Daly, and will hereafter be business man- 
ager of the Fifth Avenue Theatre, a posit inn in 
which we fee! assured he will revive the fortunes of 
that house, and benefit the interests of tbe New 
Tork etago generally. Mr. Daly is to be congratu- 
lated on having associated himself with such a gen- 
tleman. • 

Mr. Mapleson is to bring out "Lohengrin" next 
season at Drury Lane with Nilusouas Elsa, Cam pan - 
ini as the Knight, and Tiotjens as Ortrud. 

Taubert'a new opera, founded on Shakspeare* 
"Twelfth Night," has been produced at Berlin with 
marked success. Its title is "Cesario." 

"Les Res Saint Gervais," a new opera by Offen- 
bach's rival, Lecoc], has been brought out in Lon- 
don. 

Helen Faucit \b announced to appear at tbe Lon- 
don Haymarket on December 12, in "Much Ado 
About Nothing." 

Mr. Irving's Hamlet is still the most prominent 
attraction 1n London. It it; impossible to get good 
places without giving about ten days' notice, and 
Tery often a still longer one is required. Rather a 
droll incident occurred lecently apropos of this. Mr 
Irving wanted a box, and went to La con & Oilier 'b 
library to hook it. for friends who wore anxious to 
see him. There w. is nothing to bo had. At lost, 
however, Mr. Oilier thought of telegraphing to Mr. 
BoUunan to knew if be would let tbe managerial 
box. Mr, Batsman not knowing for whom it was 
destined, for no doubt he would gladly have given it 
to the prop and pillar of the house, replied: Ir £es.*i 
Bo Mr, Batuman's box was let to Mr. Irving that 
his frit mi-- might see his Hamlet. Miss Bateman, 
who bus been suffering from hoarseness, has of late 
been compelled to speak Ophelia's songs instead of 
Kinging them. 

Richard the Third is the part fixed upon by many 
of Mr. Irving's admirers for him to play next, hut 
it will under any circumstances, says tho London 
Academy, be Home time before the excitement oc- 
casioned by his debut In "Hamlet" at the Lyceum is 
renewed. 



PACIFIC COAST DRAMATIC ; NEWS. 

Vibc.inia Crrr.— At Piper's Opera Houso on 
Monday evening, the tragic actress, Miss Zoe Gay- 
ton made her first appearance in "Detorah, tbe 
Forsaken." Miss Gayton is spoke? of by the press 
as having made a great faeces*. On tbe following 
evening she appeared in the drama of "Ruth Oak- 
ley," on W«daesda7in n 'Green BuaheeV*on Thurs- 
day in "Tbe Sea of Ieo," on Friday in "Loit in 
Loudon, ' and will play lo-nlght in "Hunted Down." 
Willie Gill, stagv manager and comedian, has with- 
drawn from the coinpauy, and will shortly go East. 
San Jo8B.— The Mercury of Wednesday says : 
Charles Vivian, supported by a troU|<e of superior 
dramatic te)ent„ opened at tbe San Jose opera 
House last night to a large audience for a week of 
successive novelties. The play j rodnced was the 
popular society play entitled "Caste," in which Viv- 
ian tpj eared aa Captain Hautrce, the big swell. 
Each character was sustained in t ho mo>t admirable 
manner. After the pi*] Kunnulls. 

thi oooenhie Dutch oomediaji, appeared in tome "f 
his specialties, to the delight and amusement of all. 
Virion followed with some of bis ohanetvakstchaa, 
and for some time kept the audience in a roar of 
laughter and In delighful expectation. As a charac- 
u-r delineator, Vivian la huge, and if our people 
..my something good they ihonldnot fail 
, l To-night will be presented the sterling 
English comedy, in two acts, entitled "Naval En- 
gagements." with Vivian as Lieut. Kingston, to be 
followed by the screaming firre, "Marriage at any 
Price." In tbia act W Bmams, the great t 

.I! aastutn the leading character. 
Vivian ami U.mnu- i 1 : n ; i : v . . .- v. A: 
■: new. 
So it wasn't tbe Mercury's fault, and it wasn't 
Vivian's fault, that the audiences grew small by de- 
grees and beautifully less, as the attractions of the 
MiUrtiiiiiiient were increased. It is a shame that 
\ i i .hi -hiiuld have missed the Bohemian Club 
ChriBtmas-New Year's High Jinks last Wednesday 
evening to play to a lot of cbawbacons who didn't 
represent more than sixty dollars towards the ex- 
penses of the entertainment. 

GR UU Valley —The \Y heeler Comedy company 
played at Hamilton Hall lust night, and will appear 
again this evening. 

NOBTB San Juam. -The Wheeler Comedy 
Troupe, consisting of Miss Elsie DeCourcy, Master 
Benny, Ben Wheeler and Charles Petrie, performed 
at tbe theatre on Monday and Tuesday evenings the 
28th and 29th uit. To-night D. F. Dodge is to have 
a complimentary benefit, when "The People's Law- 
yer," "Betsoy Baker" and "Box and Cox" will be 
performed by amateurs. 

Santa Barbara.— The Florence Kent Troupe 
played here on the 24th, 25th and 26th uit. 

Los Angeles.— Little Macs Minstrels gave en- ' 
tertainmenta at La Merced Theatre, on the 25th and ] 
2jth. 

Salt Lakk Theatre.— The Footlights of tho 
29tb, has in its programme space this request:— 
"Look out for flesh attractions." What the prospect 
is, we cannot tell, 

Reno.— Miss Rose Bain. Willie Gill and John Ma 
quire, appeared at Dyer's Theatre on January 1st. 

Oahson Oity_— Mile. Do Granville, the Lad} 
with the Iron Jaw and Modioli's Box and Basket 
Feat, were exhibited on the 31fli tilt. 



Hoiv to Dress Well. 

Over two-thirds of the best dressed gentlemen 
in this city (those who dress in style we mean) 
would say, if asked tho question where they had 
their clothes made, that they werrt to John Bull's, 
No. 100 Third street, and would also advise yo»i 
and your friends topi there if you want a perfect- 
fitting' euit made in the latest stylo, from either 
imported or domestic goods, at the lowest price 
compatible with a good garment. s. 



Great Knrealiut In Clothing. 

The only store in the city' that hasjthe largest, 
cheapest and finest assortment of Men's and Boys 
Cothing, ib H. Peyser's Montgomery Avenue Coth- 
ing Store, 719 Montgomery street, between Wash- 
ington and Jaekson. Also, a large assortment of 
Men's and Boys' Overcoats and Cloaks, and the 
finest stock of Gents' Furnishing Goods, Trunks, 
Valises, etc 2-x 



The Old Mini Rolaiininl. 

At this old established house, 605 Commercial 
Street, above Montgomery, always noted among 
thabon vivants for its good things, can be procured 
the finest and best oooked Oysters, Steaks and Chops 
in town. Terrapins and the choicest brands of 
Wines and Liquors a specialty . Charges moderate 
O. M. Hopburn, the new proprietor, invites the 
public to give tho "Old Mint" a trial. 8-T 



Holiday ^onfeeUoncry. 

A fine assortment of holiday candies and new 
Styles of Chmtnias tree trimmings, fancy boxes, 
costume bon-bons, cornucopias, sugar fruits and 
ancy articles just -eived at J. Vogeley & 
Brothers, late of Uk Mechanics' Fair of 1874, 20 
Second street, near Grand Hotel. * 



Tbe Pecker Grand Piano Is the Kao of all oth 
em, without exception. Kohlcr, Chase & Co. 
Agents, 633 Clay street. v 



The Voting Mini from tlie Eust. 
" Im a stranger in this city, 
I'm lately from the liist, 
And mighty fund of oysters; 
Where can I get a feast '! 
I've been to all the restaurants, 
But nowhere could I find, 
A plate of Eastern oysters, 
Of the old fashioned kind." 

"Well, I can tell you," said his friend, 

"Exactly where to go, 

And where to get your oysters, 

Direct from where they grow. 

Just take a stroll down PINE STREET, 

At '119, opposite the Market, 

You'll see a sign, THE SADDLE ROCK, 

You can't fail to remark it. 

"Emerson Corville keeps the place, 

The best saloon in town, 

There you can get your oysters raw, 

Or fried sn crisp and brown. 

He's the largest oyster dealer 

On the Pacific Doasl . 

And that he keeps tin; freshest 

Has ever been his boast. 

"Hc'sgot nice little private rooms, 
Where ymi can sit at a 
And eat your California, stew, 
Or Eastern if you please. 
All the young men of fashion go 
Right to the SADDLE ROCK, 
* To eat their EASTERN OYSTERS 
And drink their Khcuish hoek." 



Manncers 

Of Amusements, Excursions, Lectures, and 
Concerts, are directed to the splendid Printing 
Establishment of B. F, Stcrett, 532 Clay Street, 
over the San Francisco Market. The largest Post- 
ers, in Plain or Fancy Colors, arc turned out in 
tho shortest possible space of time. Also, Beau 
Uful Programmes, Tickets, etc., etc., printed to 
suit the moat fastidious. Mr. Stcrett keeps con- 
s'antly on hand a flue line of bright colored pa- 
pers of every shade, and the prices charged for 
these are very little in advance of plain white 
p,iper. Streamers of various sizes, from IS to 42 
hveh letters, in stock, of all colors of paper and 
ink. Theatre Managers are espeoially invited to 
call for estimates. This well-known Printing House 
was established by the present proprietor in 1850 
and has been in successful openition ever since 
_ 3-cj 

Snnta <1uum 

Is nut a myth if New Y ear's candies of every 
kind, shape and color (both home-made and Im- 
parted), is any proof of the exist- nee of the time- 
honorcd deity, of presents for little ones. In fact, 
George Haas It Co., No. 20 Kearny street, has fac 
similes of Santa Claus (iu Candy) that are really 
good enough to cat. His holiday stock of home- 
made candies and bon-bon boxes cannot be ex- 
celled anywhere, as a visit to his store will show, K 

The Mason & Hamlin Organs arc acknowledged 
to be the most powerful, at the same time giving 
orth the sweetest tone of any other. Kohlcr, 
Chase k Co., 633 Clay street. u 



SEMI-ANNUAL 

STATEMENT 

...,GF THE.... 

PIONEER 

Land and Loan 

ASSOCIATION ! 

Banls. Of 
SAVINGS AND DEPOSIT 

405 California Street, 

OPPOSITE BANK OF CALIFORNIA. 



Subscribed Capital $200,000 00 

Paid-up Capital 100.000. 00 



Real Estate, Loans on Mortgage, Loans 
on L'nited States, City, and County 

Bonds, and Interest dae thereon $935,590 40 

Office Furniture 1,760 08 

Cash on hand 32,481 GO 



$969,838 08 



LIABILITIES. 

Term Depoeita $482,147 60 

Ordinary Deposits, Certificates of De- 
posit, and all other liabilities 387,690 48 

Paid-up Stock Capital, being ■Guarantee 

Fund, above all liabilities 100,000 00 



J969.S38 08 



NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. 



LEAVY BRO. & GO'S. 

Own Brand of Imported 

CONSOLIDATED 
VIRGINIA 



REINA 

600 



VICTORIA, 

and 



Montgomery Street, 
Montgomery Street, 

CCRMEKBUSH. LATOEL PALACE 



Number of Depositors 

Increase in tbe past six months.. 



2.075 
710 



Gross earnings for the past six months.. . . $53,274 15 

Expenses for the past six months 5.451 75 

Rate of Dividend : Term Deposits, twelve 
per cent.; Ordinary Deposits, nine per 
cent.; being an average dividend of ten 
and live eighths per cent, per annum. 



H. KOMllL. (outlier. 
T1IOS. (.1:11. President. 
J. C. IHK.IV. Secretary. j a l-2t 



OFFICES 



Daily Evening Post 

HAS REMOVED TO 

Northeast Corner 



SACRAMENTO X MONTGOMERY. 

ja2-lw 







JtOftlj 



Dividend Notice. 
SECURITY SAVINGS BANK 

215 SAJTSOME STREET." 

The Ronrd of Directors have declared 

a Dividend to DejKisitors for the Term ending De- 
cenib«r 31st, 187J. at tho rate of Nine (9) per cent. 

Eer juiBum <in Ti-rui Deposits and Seven and one^ 
all" (7J) i>t;r cunt, lier annum on Ordinary Deposit*, 
free of Federal Tax, pavable on and after January 
13th, 1875. JOHN PARMOTT, 

J-''-'-lw President. 



HORTICULTURAL HALL. 

WINTER GARDEN. 

{Stockton Street, between Post and Sutter Streets. 

IMMENSE SUCCESS 



Popular and Brilliant 
COSMOPOLITAN 




Dividend r otice. 

E GERMAN SAVINGS AND LOAN SOC'Y 

The lUniri of Director* have declared 

the dividend for the current half year ending De- 
cember Z%\, 1S74, at tho rate of nine (9) per cent, 
per annua, on Term Deposits, and seven and ono- 
balf (7i) p«r cent, on Ordinary Depoeita, free of Fed- 
ral tax, aid payable on and after January 15th. 

Uy Order, GEO. LETTE, 
de31-2w Secretary. 



Bals Masques 

Pronounced by ail who have witnessed 
tdeni the most 

UNIQUE AND AMUSING 

Masquerades ever givcu in this city. 

AN in otj:in~cem ENT. 

Close of the Jjamival Season 
Prize Eal Masque 

ON 

Saturday, January 23d, 

On which occasion a number of 

VALUABLE & ARTISTIC PHIZES 

"Will be awarded in addition to 

New and Powerful Attractions 

TICKETS. TWO DOLLARS. 

Double Ticket, admitting Lady and Gentleman, 
Three Dollars. 



FULL PARTICULARS SHORTLY. 



]a2 




Crowded D;i> and Nightly. The Enter- 

prising proprietors of the Southern Patilic Oyster 
House have added additional neat and private 
rooms to their esiabliahrufnt. retaining their ever- 
popular price*. $heae. popular refresfirjaeiit rooms 
are on Bummer street, below Kearny, between Cal- 
ifornia and Pine. de24-3m 



MONEY TO LOANI 

UPON STOCKS, BONDS, BEAL ESTATE, 

LIFE INSURANCE POLICIES, AND ALL 
OTHER GOOD COLLATERALS, BY 

JOHN T. LITTLE, 

dc31-lm 405! CALIFORNIA STREET. 



REMOVAL NOTICE. 

The Land ,MortK:ipe In ion and Sjirinsn 
Bank of California, have removed from I S3 POST 
STREET to their«New Building, 534 CALIFORNIA 
STREET, Corner of Webb. 

J. H. FISH, President. 

Directors,— Asa Barker, O. Main, A, Henmie, 
John Morton, John M, Johnson, Tbos. R. Hayes, 
J. H. Fisb. 

no30-lin JOHN T. CARTER. Secretary. 



OVERLAND HOUSE, 

Sacramento Si\, Near Montgomery. 

The Rest and Cheapest FURNISHED 

ROOMS In San Francisco. With or without board. 
J. E. SLINKEY, Proprietor. 
N. B. Also Proprietor of "BON TON" Saloon, 
California Theatre, Bush street. de29 



Dividend Notice. 

SAN FRAXCISCO SAVINGS UNION, NO. 632 
CALIFORNIA ST.. CORNER WEBB. 

For the lial r year endlnE wltli Dfccm- 

Ikt 3lBt. 1S74, a dividend Las been declared at the 
rate of nine (9) per cent per annatn on Term Do- 
posits, and seven and one-half (71) per cent on Or- 
dinary Deposits, free of Federal tax, pavable on 
and after January 13th, 1875. 
Per order LOVELL WHITE, Cashier 

de2S-ln> 



PINE EVERCREENS, 

Wreaths andStreamers 



SAVE YOUR MONEY. 

For all Kind of Howard and 

Wnltham Watches at Manufacturers' 
Prices— Cases piaranteed 18 karat gold- go 
to F. HOFLEXG Sole Agent in San Fran- 
cisco, corner Third and Market Streets, Nucleus 
Hotel. All kiuik of Solid Jewelry made to order 
and for sale. Diamonds set and for sale at the low- 
est living prices Manufacturing and Repairing 
done' del5-3m 



North Carson S. M. Co. 

OFFICE OF COMPANY 

Room 14, No. 302 Montgomery St. 

Location of Mine. 

Eagle Valley, on (lie < ouislorU Ranee, 

and about three miles from American Flat. Detail 
maps on file at the office. de26-tf 



Taxes ! Taxes l\ 



1874-73. 
^ OTICE 18 HEREBY GIVERS 

That a Vcrtlflcd copy of tbe Asset** 
iiH-ii. Book or the Taxable Property «r 
tlie City and County of Sou FriLucisca^ 
Ileal Estate and Pergonal Property, Smto- \ 
sequent Assessment Boil Included, Aw 
tbe Fiscal Year 1874-75, has this day beea 
received ; thut the State, City and Connty 
Taxes for said Fiscal Year are novr dm 
and payable at the ofllce of the under- 
signed. Boom No. 1, City Hall, and Hut 
the laivs ln|rcgard to their eullectloa 
will he strictly eiiforet-d. 

Taxes will become delinquent on tha 
First Hontlay in January, 1875, and m 
less pnld prior thereto Five per cent, wa 
be added thereof. 

A. AUSTIN, 

Tax Collector, 

City and County of San Francisco*. 

San Francisco, October 26th, 1864. cciS-M 



MONTGOMERY 

AVENUE TAX. 

J^OTICE IS HEREBY GITEN, 

That a Certified copy of the " Assess* 
nicnt BooK of Beal Fstale, which is sub- 
ject to assessment to defray expenses In- 
curred by the opening of Montgomery 
Avenue, has this day been plaeed In my 
hands to collect Taxes thereon* SaM 
Taxes are for the Fiscal Year 1874-75, and 
and are now due and payable at tbia 
office of the undersigned, Boom So. 1» 
City Hall. All Taxes remaining {unpaid 
on the First Monday In January, 187AV 
will have Five per cent* added thereto. 
A. AUSTIN, 

Tax Collector, 

City and Connty of San Francisco* 

San Francisco. October 26th. 1874.-. 



THE HOUSEHOLD FURNISHING CO. 

S2S PINE STREET. SAN FRANCISCO. 

Tinned, Planished. Japanned, Wooden 

and Rattan Ware, Brass, Copper, Fire-Gilt and 
Plated Goods. 

Household 
de29-lm 



Ornamental and Artistic 
Articles. 



Adjoining Snow A May's Picture Store, 

on Morton street, near Kearny, by 
de29-tf G. ERADFORD. 



Dr. C. C. O'DOWEIX, Office and Eesl- 

deuce 835 Kearny, near Jackson up etairs: Gradu- 
ate of Dartmouth Collage, and late Surgeon in the 
T7. S. Army. Treats office patients for a fee of 81; 
Visits, $1 50; Medicines free; Obstetrical cases SI 5. 
fe25-tf 



PACIFIC MAIL 

STEAMSHIP CO. 

For China- and Japan. 



leave Wharf corner First and 

Bra nnan Streets every alternate SAT-, 
TJRDAY, at Noon, for 

YOKOHAMA and HONG HONO 

Connecting at Yokohama with Company's "Pnyff 
Line for Sbanghae via lliogo and Nagasalri. 

For SJew York 

VIA PANAMA. 

Steamers leave at 12 m. every alternate WEDNES- 
DAY, connecting via Panama Railroad witli one o£. 
the Company's Steamers from Aspinwall tu Ne» 
York. 

FOK I*j&.Nj±.TSO;j9l. 

Calling at all the California!!. Mexican and Centra 
American Ports. Steamers leave at 12 o'clock noon 
every alternate THURSDAY. 

if-*: 'Through tickets Hold to and from LIVER 
POOL, QUEHNSTOWN, SOUTHAMPTON. ERK 
MEN. BREST, HAVRE, HAMBURG, STETTIN 
COPENHAGEN and NORWAY 

Each sbip carries an experienced Surgeon. Medi- 
cal attendance free, 

For Santa Barbara, San Pedro, Los 
Angelos, Anaheim & San Diego. 

Steamers leave at 9 o'clock A. m. 

For SAN BUENAVENTURA and HT7ENEMS 



NO EXTRA CHARGE for Meals or Staterooms. 
F« Dates of Sailing see Daily PapSs. 
.', ply for freight or passage at the 

Pacific Mail Steamship Co's 

Corner lelilcsdorfl and Sacramento St.. 
del-tf JENNINGS S. COX, AgaA. 



S. F. and N. P. K. R. Co. 



On and after I>eeember. 1874, the S»mr. 

ANTELOPE, Capt, WARNER, will leave San Fran- 
cisco daily (Sundays excepted) from Front and Green 
street Wharf at 3:00 o'clock. P r M-, connecting at 
Donahue's Landing with the cars for Petaluma, 
Santa Rosa, Healdsburg, Cloverdale; also with 
with stages for Sonoma, Ukiab, Point Arena. Men- 
docino, Lakeport, Clear Lake, and for the popular 
Springs of Mark West, Bartlett. Highlands, Skaggs, 
and the great natural wonder, the GEYSERS. Re- 
turning, the cars will leave Cloverdale at 6 A. M.». 
connecting at Donahue Landing with the steamer, 
and arriving at San Francisco at 11:15. 

The shortest, quickest and best route to tno 
GREAT GEYSERS— W. D. VAN ARNAH A- 
KENNEY'S Stage Route, 

No freight can be receivedafter 1:30 ocloci P- M 

For further information apply at Company's office 
4'.*6 Montgomery street. 

P. DONAHUE. President 
F. H. GEKDE3. 

nolO-tf General Passenger and Ticket Agent. 



GrlSO. A. CASE, 

DBNTIB T* ( 
22 Montgomery Street, 

Opp. Lick House. 
Dentistry in all its brauohes, at reasonable rate* 
mh3Q-3m 



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BRIGHT 



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wru. m oroto « - ■ u«dt rua uu 




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616,618 and 620 



KFARNY ST., (OK. COHHERCIU 



JANUARY I «a« * 

nud BcUlot AXXCS Anittzou Maroli, 

Messrs. a . \ : ' .'. i. r.i>!K i'.-:i,KimATE:» r>mav status? 
Mr. Walter Campbell, the Favorite Dramatic Basso, 

mm tiniiut. ihi:him. is ii 

,Mt RK Ibr rrwplr nf\in Inn- I 

-I >DA.V NIGHT, .1 :t. I^T. - ?. L VKT NIQIIT 

IliHAlSlliU 

CUUCTHU IN TBS PROLOGUE. 
CHARACTERS IN THE DRAMA. 

1 . . -;,- -l-*-'- 1 •-• s - > -'- l . 1 -''' r - : _ -'-'-'.!''l. s - •-• i -•--■ r -■• ■ -■ • ■■••' 1 ''Hasb 

A'iiOuOGtJH. ivrinmTAi, m*M'. pkui.o. 

Scene Is! --Deck of tiiaPinte Shin, xnass; 

^^vr^,_-,,- tJ - J >jij v ^ J > J > Jv ^ v - - - - - .- ,. — . ." i Nujum ah I PiraLas, 

Ml I. \ ' , Maul H T I. In- >• t ' . ^ p.-nnirr "B 

Hriii-oo. In II- r ml liter ,.r Our I n li In (hr Wonri-i. 

i 'i Pii lie's < ">• ii. ihfiiit- »r 

Ibr r nrhnnln-H.: I.mii.l lllii mlnnled Cirnltnr* : 
%<T t. ' EM rntlbalc i»l Ihr ttt -^i ui\ 1'ul- heco and Chorus. 

II.' lillt-r^Hi . ..r.Ml.l ■ kjBf ., .,. lM u , , I 

mllnn! ItiirillllB or Hie N<ill>»lltiin Fleet. 

- : l.r.in.I II. ,11 nf Honor In (In Krsrnt't l*ul- 

art*. llliiiiim.il'. I I .il.i... «.r:in<l tla*qufTad>l 

l.r.in.I 1,-hi. slrhui ICi. SUCXE £ If.ill nf HyrtlCS, 

Sprrlnlf. IrU) Pa* dp «Pul, U\ HIhs Inn ' '"' Ini " illli i ■•'"" l 

Bennett, ".i. Patrick** Day Paradei Roman Mat- I M7I ;t. l Utt, "Hither we como," Pirates; 

«e*. Miwr « Int. Rrlllr Deavet, Giraffe Dance, ' '^-^-^-^'^ j^"^ 

(.rami Vtarrh. 

■ «T ■! w«V» i ■ |. in „i, el..,,,,,, .__ anvKv f'llOIH S. Lne, A UobSn, J, TTaw- 

m * B0B7TB1 4 Lonrly MrllUn Inn. 90ENE k , DB ,, s nirk v , a F 

II I In • l.rnnd Trnntrnriiinlloii S.rm-. • Edwards. J, Harris. A I imU 

novuiT iwmm. iam iky 4th, iS7r» 

FIRST NIGHT of the Domestic Drama, 

•ifiiiiiisi clots 



ton 



■ v rttsrnisAot will CoauMrva with a 

Grand and Original First Part! 

Art- i uu* 



Mil 



>IC. VM> MP 



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Prince of the Blue Isles 



Prlnrr *t I 

I1I4 Mny 

larrlr Willi* 

I nink *l . 
I*lnm. 

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I'r. in. .or. > ijr*U) p**». win. puU cm. 

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i •■ frurii mrr o«, . 

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i .nun tt . bald 

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Hans tirbwIlldnnniliTliiErninililrrvhnapii 
Maboaaay H«hr, w JLk u t-w* « 

.!• III. I t I ii' IM 

riidili I". a-i . I with U.« pick 

Jninilhitn 1.1 IT, a oabln Uiy, his 1 

iMallle l.nri'rmt 

Kanu«4one ivir, who u *i*ai 

rharli > ' s ' ' ^ t ' ' ^ r ^'''" 

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MEM ' .-rAM 

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inrl C >ld Turl 

srt;\K in. ,, m>- 

odstake— Arrival of i!..- Prtnoe- Roj 
Mirplol ||] comi-ri The 'itil.l.ldcn (nu-nt 

— Tho Trial oji<1 ■ Traituis ■ Pal 

E) 

HCENE IV. Tho Paw— Domon of the Rock-A recaptaro— 
Out of luck Moke and the leaticuiv Detil. 

SCKVE V»— Pandemonium tin .1 \lw for an, 

Sl'EVE VI. Troplcftl nardeo* of (iueen Soarkle Fairj innslo 
—It's naiiRbty. btn ll*« ni co - A !>>njl Tlai white ft-ather— A jolly 
brand, 
SITAE ill. brand [ncaobatlon Wand I 
M'ENK VIII.— The prisoners I 1'rinro 

1 iUow me- Plato fli 
and Virtue rewarded Palaoe of Queen Bparkle - Royal .Mar 
rloge, GRAND M kROH I ! BL1 w 

m Preparation— THE LIOVES9 : 



DENTIST, 



11 i« 

• . ;r>.: ■ 



m- 01 1 11 1; 



CM a* Attest 



or TOYS. BID*. 



I Y l Ancllon House. 0l«, «IS and(i>ii Kearny Street. 



CM «»"*!£». 

All Kln.K of ih kVlneat €andj Hade 

■ 

'■:■ attended bo, 

Canty «f TTagncri 
laulS 107 Uontcromer; Sttec 



Only Authorized Agents on this Coast 

FOR THE CELEBRATED 

"Grand Duke Alexis Tiss" 

....AMD THE.... 

•ALLWATOR TIES" and "GAITERS," 

THE MOST COMFORTABLE. 

Durable and Fashionable Shoes In Town. 




Thi- Only deanlne i.Kim> iiiki; ai..:\isiTi.:s 

In lhc City. III.- >>nlr« ,n.l n,„i ;< „i„r„ rl „l,|,. 
Pllllns ishor r.\,r Offered lu Mn. Sim Frauci»e« 
tultllc- Willi Hit- Pat. mii .:liiKllr Uurlns. 

NONE GENUINE UNLESS STAMPED WITH 



THIS MONO 




ON EACHFSHOE. 



Cheapest aud Best Selected Stock 

~-0F__ 

Oenti'. Ladin', Mi,, e g' and Infant'i 

BOOTS and SHOES 

ETEB OFIERSD O SAH IBAJ.OI80 

MATHAED ft JONES t 238 Kearny Street. 

(8»OCES80RS|TO BEERS it MA-YNARD.) 




The Cheapest Place in the City to Buy 

TOYS, BOLLS, HAIR GOODS, 

Jewelry, Stationery, 

ZEPHYR WOOL. GLOVES. HOSIERY. RIBBONS, 
FLOWERS, FEATHERS. Etc., Etc. 



1,000 Huuinn ii. ii Switches, Lone ii.iir o.n.i.l. . 

01.40, 9K.S0, *.1.50, *5.00, $6.00. 
500 lliimnii Hulr Sivllrli.s, all Lone Hnir, $3.50, 

S5.0O, $9.00, $1^.00, $15.00, $1!0.00, $25.00. 
1,000 Human Hair Side Curia.. .'91.00 ami npwardl 
gwllehc. inailc of ComblnitH, US lo 50 els. per ouace, 



N. B. Tke New York Storfe lias been Eutab- 

lifihed for Yearn, and is the Leading 

One in the City. 

NO 1IKIMI1 STOKES. GOODS SENT C. O. ». 

-eV. 13. SAMPSON, 

Second Street. 

Between MlMlon and Minna, g. F. nolStjaS 



110 




pJIISHS^ 



^-^IJFACTIIB^ 

felURNISIIIHCCOli 
IMPOEIERI 




HAVE YOUR PICTURES 



01 Any Kinil UilK.i at the 



NEW YORK GALLERY 



No. 25 Third St., 



SAN FRANCISCO. 



Cabinet Pictures Only $1 Per Dozen ! 



J. U. PETERS, (Snrccjsor 10 II. F. Howlandl. 

Proprlcf.r. uol^m ' 



o 

nnanaa 

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CD 



CO 



BOOTS .AND SHOES. 
Grand Opening. 

Ovlna l» the liH-i-easfil Iftf-inunil Tor 

. . 

K JOLLY, tin.' l'ri'/i.' I: ■' ■ 

been < polled bo "i" !i ft] '■'"■ IW 

Kearoy, where oan be found the flne>t dtopl ■ 

city. 

TP>. iBLSiL.riTe",. 

PRIZE BOOTMAKER, 

NO. 335 BUSH STREE )'. 

UltA.VCII 110 

(24 Kearny Street- 

ilulC 

FREE AIMO EJiSY 

CHARING 



♦J* 



fS -A. I_, O O KTi 

OOfl MW1ION 8TKF.ET, 
Near Spoond, 

Every Saturday INir^Iita 

T1K5W. \VIt,:», Ohnlr .. 

Until Farther Notiow. 

All the latest Bono! , N r igbt. 

EA6LRA«t «IL». 



1874 -TAXES. -1875 

SPECIAL. NOTICE. 

For flic acomiiuioilalioij of IlKMC Aiho 

cannot attend during tho de 

TAX-COLLECfOrlS OFFICE 

.'. : : nil »|tii WEOSIisDAViKij ".HT.DAY 

EVENINGS, m..,. J to 
MONDAY OP JANUARY. 1.175. 

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:!3hed Erery Day in the Year, by 

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632 Merchant and 537 Washingto i Sts. 
Below Montgomery, San Francisco. 



SATURDAY 



.JANUARY 



Amusements. £tc. 



Magi irf.V New Theatre. —The brilliant 
* '-DteTUiinment entitled *'Tb« Enchantress" 

will b« presented at thin theatre at tho matinee to- 
da/, thli ctocidc and, for the laat time, lo-morrow 
eveaicf. Id addition to the fine music and Toca- 

aw which form a large portion of the pi*?, most 
attractive specialties are introduced, among the 

atest. we may mention, a very neat dog dance by 
little Uellie Dearca, who looks particularly pretty in 
hor handsome costume. The statues by Messrs. 
-ajii John- ■■■■in, and the comic duets by Mj«j 
Srdncj < Li -'is arc as popular as 

e»cr. All should wo the beautiful transformation 
loeue before it it withdrawn from view for erer. 

^ Opera House.— This house has of course 
done a splendid holiday bufllnoaa. Thousands of 
Ttsitors from the country hare enjoyed ao evening 
with the miosbela "Deaf in a Horn" by Billy 
Kie* and Charley Bhoadca. "Woman's Suffrage by 

■ iagton. "Turn Him Out," by J B 
Ben Cotton and others. Linden in burleeque bal- 
"ada, Biiiy Etnerson in the first part, and in his 
highly successful act of "MtUdopn the Solid Han," 
c Ben Cotton, aud Billy Arlington in "Tb* 
Three Doves." and Billy Rice. J. R. Humble. J. M 
Dans, J. F. Oberitrt, Charley Rhoades and Billy 
Arlington in "Troubles in a Law Office," make up a 
splendid entertainment. "Hamlet" will be pro- 
duced here on Monday night with somo very original 
e-T-otc 

::amni's Royal Italian Cjbci/s. 

This magnificent equestrian and gymnastic enter- 
tainment hv drawn immense crowds during the 
week, both in the evening and at two matine&s. 
Everything is so admirably managed that the result 
a perfection. Stgnor Chiarini on his prancing stoed. 
■resent* ae noble appearance as ever, the cavalcade 
- of ladies and gentlemen is a brilliant one, Theodoro 
and Helen Cuba are stars of the first magnitude, the 
tw i fumes are marvels of intelligence and beauty 
the Japanese performers are the best who ever came 
hare, and from beginning to end, there is not a min- 
utes drag in the performance. There will be a mati- 
nee to-day. and an entertainment will be given to- 
night and to-morrow night. 

BrcKLEY'a New Variety Theatre.- 

Af ter the first part and a varied olio by the com- 
pany. "The Prince of the Blue Isles," with Ida May 
as Prince VmdSash. Carrie Willis as Queen Sparkle, 
Ida Flsk as Aerial, Maggie B.ewer. Miss Josie 
Paony Webster and Katie Zoe as elfins and pages 
will be presented with holiday scenery, costumes 
and appointments. 

Woodward's Gardens. — Novelties. 

Another novelty has been engaged, Mons. Joseph, 
the Man of Iron Nerve, who fires a 600 Pound Can- 
non from his shoulders, appears with the Variety 
Troupe, Saturday and Sunday. 

Golden Gate Park.— Those who drive 

out to the new park should visit The Villa which 
has just been opened Here they will find four 
public parlors and ten private dining-rooms. Guido 
hlangenberg, the proprietor, gets up epicurean break- 
farts, dinners and suppers at short notice. 

The Cliff House, — Captain. Foster, the 
genial host of the Cliff House, entertains visitors 
f > <m all parts of the Globe at his famous sea-ode 
report. The Cliff House is IHB one thing San 
Francisco has to boast of as different from any 
thing else in the world Omnibuses run every day 
from the terminus of the Lone Mountain railroad 

Notes.— All will be glad to learn that 
Manager Gardener of Chicago has given up to Mr. 
McCullough one week of his engagement in that 
ci'.y, and that he will consequently remain here dur- 
ing that period Next week "Macbeth," "Damon 
and Pythias," "The Wife." and "Brutus; or. the 
Fill of Tarquin," will be played presenting Mr. Mc 
;h in several of bis best roles. 
Tha "critics" ol the New York newspapsrs seem 
" termined to make a combined attack on 
; icaultu They go after him like a pack of 
I_ uu&rj wolves. They are much exercised over Dion's 
n.:inalJty. Did Shakspoare live again he 
w raid be criticised in exactly the same manner. He 
B plot) of nearly all his plays. While Dion 
lit continues to contribute so much to the 
• t of the public we are not careful to hunt 
orces from which he obtains his materials. 
that he has again and again merely adapted 
- be English stage, of him it may be truly 
B hi i ; "JfikU utvjU qpod turn ornarit." This yelping 
o' . New York critics at the heels of Beucicault 
•vors of jealousy of a successful playwrfght more 
I i '(.hteo'iE indignation at a plagiarist. 

star attraction at the California Tbea- 
tr.-, afier Mr. McCullough, will be Miss Clara Mor- 
■ is to-day the most popular actress in the 
- - -:e has been playing CamiUe at the 
i letsjand, and the ff'wW 
sir. "from the time when she floated into the pres- 
ence of the audience, full oi apparent gayetv and 
Ugh all the sceru'-s of love, and remorse, 
i oa and honest reformation, until the closing 
"final taking off," the B -cnius of the artist 
wai seen, felt and acknowledged, and we could no 
longer wonder that her great [>roiotype should com- 
pliment her upon tho grace an 1 beauty, the strength 
conception. While the whole, may 
ed as a grand dramatic triumph, the last 
scene was the < p ..in; of all. tor in it she has 

an opor ;. : tij: thoce peculiar attributes 

that have made her name famous, and in which her 
greatest - * Id the audi- 

„ii we have ever known any 
j do, painful as it was, at all times, by the 
aud the power of 
the genius that shepossesses in depicting such scenes 
aud which has stamped her as tne emotional actress 
•f the age. 

Richard Kohltr. who, in addition to beirg the 

fin sat oaa is a unni- 

versal musical genius, spent a large portion of the 

y,'irIS7t. in forming and bringing to;. 

musical iu.iruo.ent which he has named "The 

Water Fluie." It is an improvement on the "Tum- 

r the manipulation of Mr. 

aa Bupeftof. to that instru- 

rn eat jn the p«- j . :" *' organ is to the turn turn of 

the banjo. Kohicr /s with soul and feeling, he 

is a thorough musician, loves his art and delights in 

raaatoa. He gave 

flute, on Wednes- 

Ycar's High Jinks 

if which he is an honored 

igbted with the en 

g muic he drew from the simply sonstrocted 

. ■., ... sacared Hu ; ;::;ams p^iin *nl 



ara's. The "musical glasses" are over abundred 
..ter Flute is to the origi- 
nal what the grand piano fon« of the present day is 
to the spin net or harpsichord of our grand father a 
days. We hope 'ere long the general public be af- 
forded an opportunity of listening to this sweet 
music. 

The carnival season at II ortf cultural Hall will 
olose on Satur<Lar. January -3d, with tin 
bo brilliant series of Cosmopolitan Bals Masque's 
given at this hall. In addition to all the other at- 
tractions which hare characterized tho former balls. 
number of valuable and artistic prizes will be of- 
fered on this occasion. Further particulars *j to 
new features will he announced shortly. 

The Management of the Opera House announce 
for Monday a grand production of "Hamlet" with 
the celebrated tragedian Ben Cotton in the title role 
The programme for next week will offer many other. 
attractive novelties. 

The SfrirU o/ tht Tim-a has issued a twenty page 
Christmas and New Year's number full of valuable 
facta about the institutions of California and her 
rich men. In the midst of railroad articles, money 
articles, etc. we are glad to find over a column de- 
voted to a carefully and intelligently written criti- 
cism of John McCuUough's "Hamlet" and the man- 
ner in which the niece has been rerrfVI 1 at the Cali- 
fornia Theatre. It concludes as follows ; 
"Such a revival as this of 'Hamlet' marks an 
the dramatic history of ( 
■V as deserving of extended comment as a 
gigantic operation in the commercial world." 

Right you are O ' i Plate*, though thou 

dost worship Mammon somewhat over much. 
On Monday, at Maguire's New Theatre, the capital 
I .• will be produced with 

fine scenery and strong cast. 

The pacing race, yesterday, between Nimrod, 
Longfellow, Butler, Jim Brown, Voorhles and Fish" 
erman, mile heats three in five, to harness, was the 
cause of much dissatisfaction 'o those on the 
grounds. The attendance was light, and quite a 
number who held checks gi en out at the Occident 
and Piuvly fiasco on Christmas, and who were told 
from the stand that such checks would be good for 
any subsequent race, were very justly Inot 
their being rather curtly refused by the Secretary 
yesterday. The track was in excellent condition- 
asd Jim Brown won the tirst heat in 2:19, and was 
very unjustly awarded the second beat in the same 
time, although he broke forty yards or more above 
the stand and passed under the wire in a run, beat- 
ing Butler by a neck and shoulders. This decision 
caused much dissatisfaction. Butler won the third 
heat in 2:21, and Nimrod was awarded the fourth heat 
[fl I ..; though Longfellow came in a neck ahead As 
Eoff drove back to the stand, he was congratulated on 
winning the beat, and everybody supposed that he 
had, but the judges, who seemed to be holding an 
unusually long confiab, the result of which was the 
surprising announcement that the heat was given to 
Nimrod because Longfellow had broke more than 
Nimrod, and had gained thereby. This raised a 
storm ef indignation, and brought out Eoff from 
the stable, red hot. He denounced the injustice of 
the deolsion in front of the stand In no measured 
terms. The Judge informed the irrascible Eoff if 
he did dot speak more respectfully " of tbi 
stand " ho would rule him off the track. 
Eon* want off and talked horse awhile. Nine"' 
tenths of the persons present denounced the decision 
as an outrageous one, and there was quite a call for 
the Judges to step down from the stand The In- 
dignation was general, and when Eoff stepped again 
In front and said: "Mr. Harworth this Is the last 
time any of my horses shall run on this track. 
I don't mind being robbed myself, but 
I don't want my friends to be robbed." 
the sentiment was applauded by the crowd and re 
ceived by the Judges in silence. The decision was a 
very incompetent one, to say the least. Longfel)ow [ 
who bad now the sympathy of all present, won the 
fifth beat in 2:24 J. and owing to the lateness of the 
boor the completion of the race was postponed until 
to-day. From the great number of mistakes made 
recently in managing the Bay District Fair Ground, 
wo have arrived at the conclusion that it takes more 
talent to manage a race track than it does to keep a 
hoteL 



Dr. Doberiy. 

Has devoted his study more partiadarly to 
:hronic and specific practic, and as such is now 
•he most successful of any Physician in San Fran- 
isco. Office, 519 Sacramento street, comer of 
jeidesdorff, a few doors below the What Cheer 
House. T 

Bnrkhardl'* 510 Washington street. 

French calf boots made to order for$S; box toed 
gaiters made to order for $6; oxford tie shoes made 
to order for S6; boys' boots made to order for $S; 
and large assortment of boots and shoes, all ef 
Burkhardt's own make, at equally low sales, at 540 
Washington street- _ M 

Do Not SnOer from Coras. 

The unfortunate sufferers from Corns, Bunions 
club and Ingrowing Nails, cab. find instant relief 
by applying at Dr. R. H. Cowan's Institute, re- 
moved to 212 Kearny street, from 1 to 6 r. n. We 
speak from experience, having tested the Doctor's 
capability. Reference given if required. h 

The "Winter Styles* 

All the latest Winter styles of hat have been re- 
ceived and" are now on view at "The" Hat Store, 
817 Washington street. The variety is very large, 
and the prices charged at this well-known estab- 
lishment are very reasonable. p. 



The Antelope Oyster Bouse. 

Our specialty, always the best oysters in market 

served up in tho best style of cooking. Our 

ransplanted oysters excel any other in 

market Established in 1&G4. No. 612 Market 

near Montgomery. B 

Clara Antonia, M. D., de Paris, Business and 
Medical Clairvoyant and Independent Trance Me- 
dium, 1S4$ Post street, near Dupont, Correct di 
. ■ i .1 special attention to the treatment o 
diseases. Consultations in French, German and 

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Astontshlnc. 

It is really astonishing, the low prices at which 
Zacharias. the Jeweler, bc__ his goods. Any one 
passing along Kearny street, near Sacramento, 
will bu attracted by the magnificent display, s 



The original "Swain's Bakery" is now established 
in their magnificent new place at 213 Sutter street 
near Centre Market, and has added a lunch room 
and ice cream saloon. This is their only place of 
boSlSMSJB, 

1' holographic 
Edouart 4 Cobb 504 Kearney street, produce 
Vi hicb are superior to either Oil 
it Water Colors. Enlargements in all styles, gen- 
jnl photographic work guaranteed. 9-bu 



The Emerson Piano is the finest and cheapest 
Piano in the market to-day for general use. Koh- 
ler, Chase _ Co., 633 Oa) street D 



EA5TERK x^ RA - 5ATIC NEWS. 

In New *«*. there wl, ' *» no -irarrustic sensation 
of any kind until Mrs V ' ousb J makes her appear- 
s_ceat_sLyc-.-imIn'T#1a tA * e 
- 

dooed on the _ " !s ru,luin = a 

Bluebeard* at hie 

Hippodro,, 
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Music .in- i 

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THOMAS MAOTJTRE ^i, „„ A _, 

■ KEMBLX: ..... -SOLE PROPRIETOR 

STAGE MANAGER 



Fre*h and Sweet. 

For the best confectionery, go to Canty and 
w. a *-er'e.lv7 Montgomery St ^ear Sutter. H 



Bunker's Club Bouae Sausages. 

A delicous table delicacy. They are made of 
dairy-fed pork, are admirably seasoned, and are 
as superior to the ordinary dry. tasteless saus 
age made of beef and perk mixed, as anything 
can be imagined. Made fresh every moniin- at 
Bunker's Stall, 74 and 75 California Market, Cali- 

lorniA gtreet entrance, Try them, j-s 



and "i> ■> ■■■ 

Gilded Age" will have !ti 

cut short on the 3th by tl 

Chkczola'a I - ■ ' 

to appear in ■' Girofle GifoflV 

Avenue Theatre the talea i>C ' CT<yl 

commenced an engagement on th« 25th nit . 

'The Shan^lrsun' cuutirmei In favor at Wallae. '■" 

Tho Black Crook' Is still running at tlu ' 

Grand Opera House There are no startlicz 

novelties at the minor theatres and in fact tha 
managers of New York appear to have exerted 
themselves very little to procure extra holiday at- 
tractions. 

Charlotte Thompson will play an engagement in 
Boston thin spring or summer. 

Eiwin Booth wll play a 6hort engagement at the 
Boston Theatre, probably in February. 

Mrs. Rouaby is engaged for one hundred and 
twenty-five nights in this country, at $400 a night. 

We have published some complimentary notices of 
George Ciprico and the new play of " Edmund 
Kt-an" which we found in Eastern papers, Now for 
the other side. The Baltimore Bullet in which is al- 
ways justly critical saya ; 

"A Mr. Ciprico has been appearing during the 
week at the Holliday Street Theatre in a new play 
entitled "Edmund Kean." We understand that its 
production here was the occasion of Mr. Ciprico's 
first appearance on the boards, he having hitherto 
restrained his talent within the limits of the reader's 
desk. The drama is a strangely and wonderfully 
made conglomeration of moderately sensational 
material, and Mr. Ciprico's acting of the character 
of "Edmund Kean" Is slightly calculated to make 
that great tragedian turn in his grave, if by this time 
there be perchance enough of him left to turn 
with." 

Joseph Jefferson began an engagement in St. 

Louis, on tbe 21st Charlotte Thompson and 

Frederick Robinson are doing "Jane Eyre" in Phila- 
delphia Ben DeBar will shortly appear at his 

theatre in St. Louis, and Miss Josio Batchelder will 

be among the supporting company Tom Thumb 

and wife, with Commodore Nutt and Minnie War- 
ren, are in Philadelphia Miss Bffie Ellsler per- 
sonated Juliet recently atthe Pittsburg Opera House 
Mr. T. F. Egbert rendered excellent support as Ro- 
meo John Brougham is in Baltimore, and the 

Oates English Opera Company is in Cincinnati. 

Jolly Nash comes back in August. 1875, under an 
engagement of six months to Josb Hart, who will 
play him a month in New York, coming next to Bos" 
ton, Philadelphia, Baltimore, and then West as far 
as San Francisco. 

Professor Hermann is preparing for an early open- 
ing in a New York edition of his "Egyptian Hall.'" 
London. Many new tricks are being prepared, and 
the Professor is busy as a bee In town, after his re- 
turn from the West. 

Mr. Charles Fechter commences an engagement 
in Richmond, January 4; Washington, 13th; Balti- 
more, 25th ; Brooklyn, February L 4 

"The Deluge" overtook Philadelphia on Januar 
25th, when Satan, in the person of Miss Julia Sea 
man, visited the City of Brotherly Love* 

Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Booth and Mr. Jos. W. 
Wheolock appeared at Mr. Lamb's Brooklyn Park 
Theatre on the 2Sth. 

Mr. Wybert Reeve commences an engagement at 
the Grand Opera House, Cincinnati, oa January 4th, 
1875. 

"Little Emily" and "Lost in London," are holiday 
attractions at the Arch Street Theatre, Philadelphia 

T. C. De Leon's burlesque of "Hamlet" is having 
a fine run at the Academy of Music, New Orleans. 

Mr. Edwin Boeth will appear at the WalnutStreet 
Theatre, Philadelphia, shortly. 

Maggie Mitchell commences an engagement at the 
Boston Theatre on January l&th. 

J. K. Emmett opened at Robinson's Opera House, 
Cincinnati, on the 21st. 

The New York Dispatch says: Gayler is once more 
intown,and tbe critics are having their lives insured. 

Tho new Academy of Music. Baltimore, will be 
inaugurated on January 5th. 

Mrs. F. S. Chanfrau opened in New Orleans on 
the 25th, for two weeks. 

"Belle Lamar" Is a failure in New Orleans. 

Lotta opened at the Boston Theatre on the 28th. 

Mrs. D. P. Bowers is in New Orleans, 

Robert McWade. Cleveland, 21st. 

O. D. Baron, Buffalo, 21st. 

Edwin Adams, TJtica, 21st. 

Olive Logan opens at the National. Washington, 
Jan. 11th, in her comedy of 'Surf." which is under- 
going a process of reconstruction at the hands of Mr. 
Wirt Sikee, Miss Logan will play a dual part in the 
new version. 

Sheriff Peckwell seized the wardrobe, money, and 
paraphernalia of Caroline Riching's Concert Troupe. 
just before the company went on to the stage of the 
Newark Opera House on tbe 14th. The attachment 
was made by Leoaard & Ceult in behalf of James 
G. Peakes. stage manager of the Fifth Avenue 
Theatre. In 1870 Mr. Peakes was manager for 
Mme. Richings in Philadelphia When he quit her 
employ she owed him $501. for which she gavo him 
three promissory notes. They were not paid. The 
show went on under the sheriff's charge. 

Joe Murphy and troupe, under E. M. Gardiner, 
Milwaukee. 31st and January 1st. 

Miss Rose Eytinge wHl appear as Lady Macbeth 
before the elose of the current season. 

John T Raymond and troupe, under Stuart and 
Fulton, in "Gilded Age," Hartford, January 11 
and 12. 

John Brougham was not so successful at Chicago 
this year as in former years. The new city has for. 
gotten its old friend 

There's war in Cincinnati about the* right to play 
"Tbe Streets of New York." Manager Hamlin, as- 
serts that tbe play is from the French, and was pro. 
duoed in Now York before Mr. Boucicault touched 
it, Mr. Mayo has purchased the right of the play 
from Boucicault. The matter will go the courts. 

Calhoknia Theatre. —The revival of 

"Hamlet" at this theatre, has proved in every way a 
success. The impersonation of the title role by 
John McCullough. has been ao intellectual treat to 
all lovers o' Shakspeire, e»ory part in the play has 
been worthily filled, and the manner in which it is 
mounted Is positively superb. "Hamlet" will be 
played at the matinee to-day and for tbe last time 
this evening. It may be a long time before the 
public of San Francisco are afforded an opportunity 
to witness so peaf est a oerlWiDsin.ee of Shakapcare's 
master-piece. There will be a rial 
the matinee and at the evening performance. 



OPERA HOUSE. 

EMERSOFS^^ 

PART FIRST— Grand Vocai and Instrumental Concert. 

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Descriptive Finale TH JB GRADUATES 

Messrs. EliEItsov. KEMBLE and COTTO.V. 

PART frKCO ND— Grand Ethiopian CarniTal. 

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WOMAN'S SUPFERAGE. 

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i™^J[N HIS BUBLESQUE BALLADS. 

B«LLY EMERSON. 

THE 7>lr^EifDOVES 



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MO>D IV 



FIRST NI9HT of the New Burlesque of 



.JAJfUAKV 4th, 1SJ: 



Sa ZS ■2? 



PIPER'S OPERA HOUSE, 

VIIU.I\Lt CITY, VtVADA. 
JOHS PTPEK PROPB.IBTOR 



This Elecnn* Theatre can he Rente*! hy 

the night or weet Stars and traveling companies 
liberally treated, with on amplication to 

JOHN ITTF-R, 
Manager and Proprietor, 
Or to J. H. McCABE, 
ju38-tf 332 Bush street. San Francisco. 



METROPOLITAN THEATRE 

8ACBAMSSTO, 

Br the .Msut, Week, or Month, from 

Nov. 1st. For terms apply at the Theatre, or by 
letter toW.K. MORROW, Proprietor. Sacramento. 
N B.— I have no authorized Agent anywhere. 
inb24-tf 



OPERA HOUSE, 

SAX JOSB, CALA, 



This Beautiful and Newly Renovated 

Theatre Is to be let by the Night, Week, or Month. 



at reasonable terms. 



G. BROHASKA. Proprietor. 



MOZART HALL, 

STOCKTON', OAK. 

To Let by the \jsht or Week, for Dra- 
matic Performances, Concerts,. Lectures, ete,, at rea- 
sonable rates. Address J. A. Woodman, Proprietor 
and Lessee. Stockton. For i>articulars eaiquire of 
W. D. Lewis, ,V>G Commercial street, San Fran- 
cisco. N. B. Music furnished on all occasions. 
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mrs. s can's 
VARIETIES. 

Fan, Pleasure. Variety and 
Beauty. 

ICO IEC?T7.£k.Xj. 
In this Pleasant Resort 

ONE CAS 

Fa.ss ail Evening 

MOST DELIGHTFULLY. 

Dcrc Uic Kindest Attention Is Tendered 
to Both .strangers iind Residents. 

Tbe Proprietor having catered tto tbe wants ot tbe 

FUN-LOVING PUBLIC! 
Both Here and in Virginia City 

HAS ATTAINED A 
Popularity Ineqalled ON THIS COAST : 

THE PRETTIEST" OF TALENT 1 



THE FINEST 



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EVERYTHING 



MBS. SCOTT'ri TABIETIES, 



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Sacramento and Kearny Sts. 

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OROFINO THEATRE, 

POBTLASD, Oregon. 
....aJtd..., 

THEATBE BOYAL, Victoria. 

Lessee and Manageress. 

MISS FANNY MOEGAN 



.i.^ T ,p«>oje Tneatres arc now oiwn for 

the Fall and Winter Season.witb a roll Dramatic 
Company. Stars baring two or more weekB tim. 
can apply as above, or to J.JI. MeCABE. 333 
Bush street, San Francisco. se44T 



PACIFIC HALL T 

CALIFORNIA THEATRE BUILDING 
SAN FBAJVCISCO. 



This Fine Hall can he Rented for IHn 

matac Performances, Operas. Concerts, Balls, Lec- 
tures, Benefits, etc., by the Night or Week, on rea- 
sonable terms. Pacific Hall has just been elegantly 
refitted, frescoed and supplic d -with a New Stage and 
Scenery, and will accommodate 1,500 persons witb 
every Beat in full view of the 3taee. For terms an 
ply at the Hall, to 
oc223m Tbos. N. Blair. 



CHEYENNE OPERA HOUSE, 

CHEYENNE, WYOMING TERRITORY. 

Tills Popular Theatre Has Been Recent- 
ly Refitted and Decoratedr First-class DramatJO 
Companies or Dramatic Stars coming East will bo 
treated liberally upon application either by telegraph 
or in person. Address all com muni cations to 
JAMES MoDANIEL, 
Proprieijw*, 
Lock Box No. 1. Cheyenne, "Wyo. Ter. jel 



McDANIEL'S THEATRE. 

CHEYENNE, WYOMING TERRITORY. 

Open the Tear Ronad "With a First- nas 

Variety Company. Variety Ariate coming East can 
at all times secure First-Class engagement*!. Must 
be artiste of acknowledged ability and hare good 
wardrobe. No others need apply. Address 

JAMES McDANISL, 
Lock Box No 1, Cheyenne, Wyo. Ter. jel 



Both Male and Female Talent 

Will do well by communicating with is, 

0IT THEIR WAY EAST 0E WEST 

AS WE WAST GOOD ARTISTS, 
To Whom Good Salaries WJ11 be raid 

Address M. B. LO.VDRO A CO., 

Theatre Comique. 
0C27 Eranaton, "W. 



THOS. W. BK.EE & CO, 

Brass Founders and Finishers,. 

BEER FAUCETS a Specialty. 

»I IM IA( Tl KICKS 

AND EEPAIKEKS OP 

DRUMS, BANJOS, ANC4 

Cold and Silver (Meters. 

SPOONS and FOKK8 made as Good as N«w- 

l>s>nns given on the Banjo and Drtun 
&i'i Mission strict, between First and Second. 

N. B.— Fine-toned Silver Solo Banjos for Profes- 
sionals always on band. jal5-tf 

T. B. Ro«6. 

ROSS 






Wm. Arlington. 
ARLINGTON. 



Exchange Boardiiie and Sale 

Stable. 152 Tehama, off Third Street. 
Oareof Boarding and Sale Horses aJ 
Specialty. Sale Horses always on»t 
hand. Breaking and Handling Oolta, 
etc.. with care. 

a. B. Clipiiingof Horses done with 
care and dispatch with' the English 
Brothers' Patent Machines, which are endorsed bj 
everybody. Price, SIX DOLLARS. _ no5-tf 




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CLOAK 



sax nuRcncn. mottday. jaxi-aht ., isi*. 



TOU XXI. 



HAVE YOUR PICTURES I 



NEW YORK GALLERY 

No. 25 Third St., 



i I) *>a I 

4. a. vt|pHk9V?ff' »•■-». »•-!•» j . 

a.»»* *• 1 

PALACE OF FASHION. 

A. MORRIS, 



CALirORlTIA THEATRE. 



WILHO.N'. 




JOHN M c CULLOUGH! 



INVARY 4 



Palace Amphitheatre. 

n-r (r» «..uu..u..r. aaal Naaata*. 

cniAHiwi-a 

ROYAUTALIAN_ CIRCUS 



"MAc$$tttr 



M VI l; I II 



JOHN Mr( I l.i 

- 



IKOGKAMl 



FOR IHrs EVESIKO. 



Merchant 



Tailor, 



CUSTOM-MADE GOODS I 

r — -..it -.<.,•. - *i ■.i-f^. 1 - vw«^ 
» wi> « umtA>4i tatav i«nf tWii h irt. 

My Prices Defy Competition. 

< «ll 4\l> CM\HII IOIIoMIIX 

firla — Suits $30 

t X Beam- Drew Knits 65 

Mrlton OTerriats 16 

Caaslmorc Pants 7 

Black Ura,er Pants 10 

811k YeWrt Teats. 9 









.4V. MORRIS, 

lYo. 17 Seconds treet, 



Opp<t»||.' 4.n«n<I Hnl.l. 



BfATTOr.W l/>Cin. ftORICDfAI Ml --It will be Interpreted under the baton of Mr Charles Schults, and tho Koniro, Inean- 
tttasM. «** undci dip [h«n Leach by Mum Jennie Lee, MkM Belle Ciinprnvi, L-miv. 

TJ n i flin s , Mn lf s ffl iir. Ui* MiaaMMeCabc Messrs Stephen Loach. Trohane. Hawkins, CorHeld, Kilwar.li. Loomii. Dauahln, etc 

■Tlavi.rsca.a.aT- 0E3-^-©ia's. TEC Hi WIFE 



FK1DAT EVENING. January SUi, LOTS, 



Benefit of Mr. Join. HeCnllough 

TDJmLOTV AND PTTHIA«3(. 



8ATTRDAY KIOHT, HOWARD PAYNE'S Tragedy of 

BRUTUS ; or, THE FALL OF TARQUIN. 

MONDAY, JANUARY lltb, 1876, 

BE1NEFIT OF MISB BELLA PATEMAN, 

On which occasion she will appear in hei great character of MERCY MERRICK, in THE 

IVJBXXT XJflC A <3r X> & JLj, 365 JSf . 



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<>*• t1t>TK I. 

i.K4M> lOl HIST II1IIIIM 

tl» IU1K l.illK'.Dnil lull hkHLKlin 

I HI-- IMilHM. Janllai Ealraonllnari 

klkllll kIMlllA 

I 'TlHI'l-rilUHIII Tkr onl, TRtlMtt. 
Inlnanl ..r IU aawrlr 

i«ir...iur.,i i„ mi. mik i 111 iris r 

1 PIIM If II IQI I.SIBIIN (I I 

• III. I'll OMItltl 

""»i «».»ini«. 

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■ KIWI I 11 INK < I ii io> and <. IM*\ 

T LB .nl.Tlt.lt> l.r»d I n|.n,l ll„ |.| 

I.. Chi liMl.mll.,1,1. foaai I rrnl. 1 li I IIIIOR «, 
41UA ..ii Ui, I n, (rutins <.|<«'|>lrrhn,rr "IIIRk. ' 

h Tin. voMiiirn i i idiii R 

II A UtkAURtHtlk.il III .mlhl.U,,, lllkll B.1 

INTERMISSION OF FIFTIJBN M I 

rtloM "Ylilun'a Hrillr, of Inirrlr.in ll,.' 
KonulUj im« III XI K • 

10 TIIKir KATIO.VH, Knilnnil. Irrlnnd and lliat 
land, tiiur.lrliin In tlO>SII;l R A. nt.KBt UT 

•i -run: MAtiit iiisiikiiti i-iohili 

M *f'\nitlTA Btir\ fl'B.t In hrr l.ran.l l"rlnr|. 
l':illi:.inr.lrlii,i Art on [I.irrhark llor.-'. 
t'lowu MR. "IKMat. 

13 THE n«M.ir«< ni>. hicmir rmntl. Es 

bin highly pIcu-.luK nu<llnltnlUMriM-riuriiii,ar«_ 

14 "OTHELLO" Tit World. Rrnulvm il "IIILVOaT 
COLT". Inlrodnerd bj SIC. I.I IMll'l I III t II II > 

10 ItOHrn MIttsTltV.Th.- I.r.ul •Mi.irr.iii.il »«.« 
rlronrtle Kfiuenlrlaji. I l«ivn....MK. II .llthrjl 

Hi UK.IIT OF APOLLO I ncllnu Dl.plm •.! 

llorMeiniiniblp on Nl.\ It Utile ll k Mt'.l:Us 

By uiiniiuR i <■ m* 

NOTICE. SMOKING STRICTLY PROHIBITKIt 

ArriRvoos- MATIKaa* erery WanNIWDAY ami 3ati:ri,at 
A'limesinn to the Matinees, B0 centa. Cuildreo, H»lf-Praoti 
Duora open al 1 o'clock. 1'crlonuancu to commouoc at 2. 



HEALD'S|Bgess 

24 Post St., San Francisco 



l mtrt Beat Bo»lnr-« < ollr«<* 
on the OoMfc f«i tr*.!na,t>« are qiullAcd for busl- 
M" end enabled to £11 lucrative litoaliona at onoo, 
fowic men .hem!l exsn«La» thia school before at- 
iaDdfnjc eUewri" ,Uon call at the 

offlot. No M post ttnot, or ad<lre«a t. P. Il.uhl, 
Ban Frandsco. oclS-tf 



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"THE VILLA, 
GOLDEN GATE PARK, 

T»eBnll*Hrr ha*.o.T Joat bean oompleted, ll 
new thrown opiQ to ■ be Lmhlio. The boa.s ta ela- 
CaanUy fornUned. aid haa 

Four l>ut>lto Parlors, 

— AjiTH- 

Ten Priyafe Dining Rooms, 

Tfee whoiebelncbam, net Ilk* a pob.ro hotel 

bm. aa It fa named 

An Elegant Villa. 

The Villa" i* 1 r-ctted at the last or nortb-weah 

^fa«eor the Park, 
ptenreaa Breakfasts. Dloders and Hanpen 
preperad oa thesnorteat notiae. 

CUIDO MANCENBERC. 

PKOPUIETOB. ,1,-1(1 




PROGRAMMES, 
And all kioda of PrintlOK for 

8 hows, Lectures, 

Concerts, Theatres, 

Excursions, &c. 

AT LOW HATES, BI 

B. F. STERETT, 

532 CLAY STREET. 



Attention, Good Livers! 

P' B. BERGES ft CO., 
MINERS' RESTAURANT, 

Ukeaj tt» manaiieioaat ol both too 
atlnanr RcaUurant on Oonunarelal 
•troet and the Minor.- BranchonlSi. 

alrwt. Our nil. afPanakbrao. all the dell 
,2?L ft* to ."Oood P^. 



Good Cooking and Moilur.ite CharKta"" 
an froua A. at. to 10 p. w. 



cade, of the aeaaou 
ToadO ■ 

Open Irom 5 A. M. to 10 P. M. ae34-tl 

K» I m« d 533 Comm r rr UI aad I6» Market 
ttnt IVoill S m. ■■ , M M (a aa. 



ANTISELL 
PIANO CO. 

Capital Stock, $500,000 



If Vna M'nnt i riitno. Buy nt Hawl- 

quAutera. and don't bo fooled into buying advertised 

hi .W.'PKl-.LL 1'IANO- 

rORTB. and you bare the beat Piano made, and 

indorsed hj* hniiiired« of our leading artieU and uiu- 

dclans throughoul ' tvliforjoia, We sell at manufac- 

'l hr.vmg a large ehpftol and bual- 

neas are vnalitcd to undurBell agents who arc only 

middle im* i. Aguiitsha.e to pay high prices to cover 

iln-ir Inn- . i I id ii iially make the cnormoua 

protiu of (rom $l(H) to $500. To be torewaxned la to 

j imt received from our fao 

tary&flnc ftwortuient that vru offer at a email a*l- 

Ot instalmentfl, inrit'-;nl of 

renting Tln> are overstrung bona Arn-affea, Irtench 

action, etc., poBttc«inng every irapruvemdnt recog- 

nl/Axi by people of cultivated muslcaJ taste, and the 

c-rand result in that for power, sweetness, brilliancy, 

Dging Quality of tone, evenness throughout the 

entire scale, delicacy and elaatitity of touch, strength, 

I and llnUh, the ANT1MKIX FI- 

ANO utttiiii.i LuioqpalletL 

N. B.-Wc sold our misoellanrnris stork atftuctfon, 
.'.■.iy ■'.; Sun, ( Jut ki.-rmi-:, and 
Decker Brotl ■ don't pay to keep those makes, 

We liiid tile iJuUiuml BO limited. 

T.M ANTISELL & Co. 

uciinvii, TO 

640 Washington Street. 

<le!2 ' 



THE CLIFF HOUSE! 

ROARING OCEAN!" SURGING BREAKERS 
FOAMING SURF, MONSTEB SEA LiONS 

Appetizing Breakfasts, Lunehee 

Dinners ar,d Suppers. 

BRING YOUR WIPE1 

BK1NO YOUH FAWDiYI 
■RING YOUR LAOY f'RIKNOf 
Ajd anjova n«w of the Hnoat O'JEAN PANO- 
RAMA IN THK WORLD, all lo al(ht of. 
the world-reno* o«d 

G^olden Grate. 

With a fleet of white-win (ted RteasenRers enterini 
from erery part of the oomtnart<ial world. 

aa-N»w Line Basaaa. oosnaatiog with Stxaet 
Oara at Lona Hoantain a»err 15 onLnntes bernaftai 
for the Ullff House ,»i-if 



SAN FRANCISCO BATHS 

AMD 

Hairdressing Establishment. 

KM W(iahlDKt«rl alreet, 

below Kearoy. PRICES RE- 
DUCED: Baths. 25 oents. Btiar- 
Injj, 26 cents. Hair cutting, 25 UBATHI 
cents, Shampoeiog, HB oents. 
Hedicstel B*th». ae 5-tf JODN OBIKf 



LEAVY BRO. & CO'S. 

Own Brand of Imported 

CONSOLIDATED 
VIRGINIA 

AND 

REINA VICTORIA, 

No*. 609 Murttuoim-ry Street, aittl 301 

Kcarar Street, 

CORNER BUSH LAUREL TALACE 

ja2-3ro 

OFFICES 

OF 

Daily Evening Post 

HAS REMOVED TO 

Northeast Corner 
SACRAMENTO & MONTGOMERY. 

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S20 Homes. 

200 Men Wanted to Buy Lots in the 

ANTISELI, TRACT, BERKELEY 

920 down, balance |10 per month. $200 each. 

Auction Price. Cheapest ever ottered. 

Apply ui 

ANTISELL PIANO ROOMS 

640 WiuTUntrton Street. del2-tf 




teaching haainnara. 



CLAY-NTKLh) -1 
RIDING ACADEMY, 

aa» tluy Street, cor. 
•Stockton. 

This in tb» moat elerant 
and oommndioOB Kiu.i g 
Academy to ibeeitT;opan 
day and OTonirtK. Partit.- 
ulur attention pa id to 
JszMha 

MARSHALL. P-oon-tor. 



DR. FERDENANDERZ, 

Ss> Celelinited for blti gnccea* In tne 

treatment of all diseases of men and women has 
bis Office at 

215 Kearny Street, bet. Bnsh & Sutter. 



To the Unfortunate. 

Br. Gibbon's Dispensary, 

No. G*,'3 Kenrnr Street. Corner of 

Commercial, Sun Francisco. Entrance on 
Commercial. Established in 1S54. for the 
treatmentand cure of all diseases of the uri- 
nary and generfttivo ortraua, and all physi- 
cal conditions ur Weakness consequent 
upon the errors or ignorance of the sexes. Skin dis- 
ease (of years' standing) and rheumatism, success- 
fully treated. The nick and the afflicted should uot 
fail to call upon him. The Doctor has traveled ex- 
tensively Lu Europe, and inspected thoroughly the 
various hosnitala there, obtaining a great deal of 
valuable information, which he ia competent to 
impart to those in need of his services. Dr. Gibbon 
will make no charge unless he effects a cure. 
Address DR. J. F. GIBUON, Box 1357. Ran 

tfxansiaao. no2r>tf 



JOHN BOLLMAN 

<*nn, am! Hoc*, Sell, In Kplto of a Irclon 

ot loAB-4alled Celestials and tii. ir white friends, 
PUltK HAVANA L'lGARM !•'( Ui FIVE 01 NTS 
APIECE, or THIRTY DOLLARS PER THOUS- 
AND. They are called 

Los Erilllantes, 

And. jn dying by the daily incre.iRin^ demand for 
them, they will in time outsell any other hrauds of 
cigars. Competition, of course, will do all it can to 
retard and atop their sale, and therefore v.e*wonld 
earnestly request the generous public to see for ltflelf 
and lirst give them a fair trial, ere condemning 
them. A meritorious iirtlcle may bo cheap aa well, 
and our maxim haa been and always will be, to sell 
a flmt-rate article at the lowest iT.rcE POSSIBLE. 
Those cigars as well as our celebrated Russian 
OiuAltnus are aold in all the principal cigar stores 
in this city and adjoining towns, or thnfactory, 4»r9 
WASIUNGTON STREET. GURNEIt BATTERY. 




Look for above trade mark, when you buy and be- 
ware of imitations. 

N. B. For a smoker, an a holiday gift, you could 
hardl y select anything more mutable and acceptable 
than our C'lUAliS and RlssiA-N ClOARITOS, Hbeci- 
ally our La Moscovitas manufactured of Tiuidflh 
tobacco worth J5 per pound. The liuest Cigaritoa in 
Market, sold at the factory for $20 per thousand. d4 



LANGLlvY'S 

SAN FRANCISCO DIRECTORY, 

1875. 

Established, 1857. 

Tbe Canvaw for tbe AMre ReUalilc 

work will be completed In a few <n»/l, and the print- 
ing thereof secured without delay. The undersigned 
will esteem It a favor to be notified of any changes 
of firms, removals, new arrivals in thin city, or any 
other additions or alterations from this date. 

HENRY G LANOLEY, Proprietor. 
61? Clay street, between Montgomery and Kearny, 
del4-2w TJp 8taira 



Finest Singing Room in the City 

AT TUB 

ASSEMBLY ROOM 
Free and Xlasy, 

NO. 13 GEARY STREET, 

Bet. Kearay and Dupont, 

FREE m EAST EVERY NIGHT. 

TM iiiu- sad comrnodlona Hodni bta |nsl 
built, expressly for the (free and Eimy going pobt»t. t 

It is nearly sixty fret 1 ; 1 >;.■ 2o wide, with an t kw 

vated roof and the best of venttlatiou 

The Proprietois of thia Elegant Saloon hare irnnsK 
no expense in Building and DecoratlnK, and hoi* *y 
strict attention t.> buniiiess t" ,;:iin Un 
Thtfykeepthe very best ofWINES, L1QUORB *n* 
(.'li;ARS,amlalsoagoodHOME-UOOKElJ Ll 
hot every night. 

it* - FREE and EASY every evening. ..." 



ROCEAWAY OYSTER HOUS3C 

1004 Market Street, Rear Junction of 
Market and Powell 

rimleest Oysters, Cbojmt and -^- /■—»>, 

Bteaks sewed Lu unlet- at nil hours ((. W- > 
STJPPERa ror Parties and Kniiiilies N. i'J /- 
promptly supplied. The patroMage of Xa*jl* r 
inn- friends and the public is respect- 
fully solicited. ' liKMrv LANGB, 

ED. kiu;hmke, 

oc30-tf frui.-i 



The Celebrated Pnn Roastr 



Ki(j(i iijjtiie >«5s *• 

Stalls, 57, 58 and 50 California Market. >li ■Jlffl-i 
(Entrance on Pine street,) V^vt*** 

Families and Restaurants supplied at slioi^ t.-stJ 
delT-lm 



J. C. COMKJES, 

TERRAPIN XAJJXCTZt 

TerrnpUt Constantly oil Kami 

Oysters In every elyle. PRIVATE^ 
'ARTIES. 

dec 31 -tf 



SUPPER ROOMS FOR PARTIES. 



MORACHAN& LYNCH. 

DEALERS IN 

Oyster*, (Inius mill nil hinds 

of Shell Fish, Stall 6« California Mar- 
ket, San Francisi-o, Open Day and 
Night. Families, lliblic and Private 
Parties, Hotels, Shipping and Restau- 
rants supplied.' 



GEORGE MATES, 
Dealer In'Oysters, Clams, amid 

all kinds of SHELL FISH. Stalls Noa V 
40, 41, 42, California Market, entrance 
on California, street. 

Public or private parties and families suppHt 
from ti A M, to II p m, Ladles' and Oeutl. 
Oyster Rooms opeu from 6 a. M: to 13 p. St.. deSfy 



MINNIE WILLIAMS, 

Tbe Mother of Minnie Will Irnnx ran • IV 
tain Information concerniite her ehild by ealifnw ■*> 
ths "FioAao" Office bstwsaadaod Ua..m. tdl 



THE 



IAN OF AMUSEMENTS, 



Published Every Daj In the Year, by 
O*. 3P-. BOGrARTJUil. 

AT 

32 Merchant and 537 Washington Sta- 

lielow Montgomery, San Francisco. 



MONDAY JANUARY 4 



Tick's Floral Guide. 

One of the handsomest and most valua- 
ble periodicals in the United States, is 
Vick'a Floral Guide. We acknowledge the 
receipt of the number for 1875. It con- 
tains an immense amount of information 
raluable to all lovers of flowers, and over 
a thousand beautiful engravings. It is pub- 
lished at the absurdly low price of 25 cents 
a year. James Vick, of Rochester, New 
York, bos introduced the love of the beau- 
tiful to many a home, and has done more 
good than many professed philanthropists. 
That while he appreciates the beautiful in 
life, he is not forgetful of practical benevo- 
lence is proved by the fact that he is raising 
a subscription for tbo Bufferere by the 
topper plairue in Nebraska, Kansas, 
Minnesota and Iowa. Thousands of people 
a.e liktiy to die of starvation unless aid is 
sent to them. Mr. Vick says: "Food ii 
wanted to feed the hungry famillies until 
erpyi can be grown. So, we thought per- 
hapo ^«-'me of our customers would like to 
help a little, if they knew an easy way to 
forward funds. We therefore propose to 
receive from our customers, or others, 
whatever money they may appropriate to 
this good work, acknowledging the receipt 
of all sums, and giving an account of its 
disposal, and will add five hundred dollars 
as our subscription to the amount for- 
warded." 



Helping HUn Off. 

An old lady residing not far from Exeter 
was perhapB one of the moat brilliant ex- 
amples of conjugal tenderness that the last 
century produced. Her husband had long 
been dying, and at length, on the clergy- 
man of the parish making one of his daily 
visits, he found him dead. The disconso- 
late widow, in giving him an account of her 
spouse's last moments, told him her "poor 
dead man kept groaning and groaning, but 
he could not die; at last," said she, "I rec- 
ollected I bad got a piece of new tape in 
the drawer; bo I took some of that and tied 
i t as tight as I could around his neck, and 
then I stopped his nose with my thumb 
and finger, and, poor dear, he went off like 
a lamb !" 



a Religions old Man. 

Old Bryant is a Christian. The other 
morning he began family prayers by read- 
ing from the Bible: "Little children, love 
one another." Then turning to his wife, he 
said: "Why didn't you get breakfast 
ready?" "Because the girls were not here 
Co) help me," she replied, meekly. "Yen 
lie, you old beast, you know you tie," said 
old Bryant. Then this eminent Christian 
finished his scripture reading, and imme- 
diately afterward docked his youngest Bon's 
wages a dollar for the afternoon he had 
1 it in attending his oldest son's funeral. 



Happiness In Oregon. 

The Eugene City Journal says: Give the 
■ Eugene hoodlum a tin pan and a 
club, and allow bin?, to stand under the 
■eaves of u deserted building and hammer 
and howl at the rainy midnight hour, and 
y >u will have a spectacle of happiness sa- 
in every respect, to golden wings 
and the land of Canaan. 



Bow to Drc**. Well. 

Hi vr two-thirds of ihc hest dressed gentlemen 
in this city (those who dress in style wo mean) 
would say, il netted the question where they had 
their clothes made, that they went to John Bull's, 
No. 109 Third street, and would also advise yo« 
and >our (r.ends to go there if you want a perfect- 
fitting suit made in the latest style, from either 
Unposted} OT domestic goods, at the lowest price 
ble ««iik a good garment. s. 



treat Bargain* In Clothing. 

The cany store in the city that has^thc largest, 
cheapest and finest assortment of Mon's and Boys 
Cotlilng, is H. Peyser's Montgomery Avenuo Coth- 
iitg Store, 719 Montgomery street, between Wash- 
ington and Jackson. Also, a large assortment of 
Men's and Boys' Overcoats and Honks, and the 
finest stock of Gents' Furnish my Goods, Trunks, 
Valises, etc. 2-x 

The Old Tliidl Rextum-ntil. 

At tiiis old established house, 005 Commercial 
street, above Montgomery, always noted among 
tuebon vivantn for itagood things', can be procured 
the finest and bcBt cooked Oyd era, Steaks and Chops 
in town. Tirroirs and the choicest brands of 
Wines and Liquors a specialty. Charges moderate 
G. M. Hepburn, the nev proprietor, Invites, the 

public to gfafe the "Old .Mint. ' :i Mai. &-T 

Holiday Confectionery. 

A fin: assortment of holiday candies and new 
styles of Christmas tree trimmings, fancy boxes, 
ewtume h n-bonj ■-. sugar fruits and 

ancy articles Just received at J. Vogeley &, 
P.mthera, lab '■' -he Mechanics' Fair of 1S74, 86 
Second Street, n Qrond Hotel. * 



"Les Denx OrnhrlUe*** In New York. 

The production of "Lea Deux Orphe- 
lines," at the Union Square Theatre, New 
York, has proved a success. Tho Timet 
aays of the drama : 

It has defects, but its merits, as a drama, 
interesting and impressive to an average 
audience, undoubtedly outweigh its faults. 
Of these are to be mentioned as of most im- 
port the triteness of the subjects employed 
and the the unbroken gloom of the tone, 
while to the credit of the piece is to be 
reckoned the skillful development of the 
plot, the variety and contrast of the char- 
acters, and to sum up many minor excel- 
lencies, ita perfect adaptation to the taste 
of the general public As some misappre- 
hension may exist as to rank which "Lea 
Deux Orphelines" holds in French dramatic 
literature, it may be well to say at once that 
it is considered simply as a first-rate "boule- 
vard" play. Many years ago, M. Den- 
nery, its principal author, wrote "La Grace 
de Dieu," since Italianized as "Linda di 
Chamounix," and Anglicised as "The Pearl 
of Savoy," "La Grace de Dieu" drew over- 
flowing audiences for many hundred nights, 
and at once passed into history, with "La 
Tour de Nesle," as a masterpiece of its 
kind. 

Since that period. M. Dennery, who is 
facile prineeps among the producers of melo- 
drama, has brought forth a long series of 
successful works, but none rivaled "La 
Grace de Dieu, until, with the co-operation 
of M. Cormon, he conceived "Les Deux 
Orphelines. " This achi fvement, which was 
acted about a year at the Porte St. Martin 
and Chatelet Theatres, was possessed of all 
the qualities which might be sought in the 
performances of two such veterans. It is 
exceedingly powerful, but its force is de- 
rived wholly from what the French call 
JtceUes, a highly expressive term which we 
may paraphrase by saying that it means 
the tricks of authors who "know the 
ropes." Originality cannot be claimed for 
any trait in " The Two Orphans," bnt 
we can name no piece, even in the standard 
repertoire, in which consummate savoir 
faire is more conspicuous at every step. 
Add to the factlhat tact without genius is 
is a good deal more potent than genius with- 
out tact, and that, both in Paris and here, 
the managers who have played "Les Deux 
Orphelines" have done their share toward 
insuring the favorable reception of the 
drama with a liberality and zeal we shall 
never see surpassed, and the chief cause of 
the popularity of M. M. Dennery and Cor- 
mon's latest effort will, we think, be ap- 
parent. We have no intention of rehears- 
ing its story, which really embodies three 
or four narratives, all of which, as many of 
the personages, have a very familiair air, 
but are cleverly interwoven and augment 
the symmetry of the whole. 

• ♦ 

Cremation. 

The young ladies of Cleveland have a 
society called The Carey, with a Mother 
Carey to preside, we suppose, over the 
lovely little chickens, who indulge them- 
selves in music, reading, recitations, tab- 
leaux, and debate. The lastmatter discussed 
was: " Resolved, That cremation is the best 
means of disposing of the dead." Miss 
Powell was for burning, Miss Hanscom 
for burial. Mis3 Powell said: "I read the 
other day that among the Oriental nations 
they press the ashes of the cremated indi- 
vidual into lockets, which they present to 
each of the mourning friends." Miss 
Hanscom said: "She was content to leave 
the mortal part of life in the keeping of 
our common mother, through whose tender 
alchemy it may some day come back to be 
yelvet bloom in the violet or balm breath 
in the rose-leaves that drop above the grass- 
grown mound." We are sorry to say that 
the question upon the resolution does not 
appear to have been put The locket ar- 
gument must have gone a great way with 
the lady listeners, and we incline to the 
opinion that the resolution was carried. 

Off for the Mountains. 

Sands W. Forman, for a long time local 
editor of the Examiner, and also editorially 
connected with the Catholic Guardian, left 
for "Virginia City, Nevada, yesterday morn- 
ing, under engagement to the Chronicle, as 
local editor. Mr. Forman intends to re- 
main at least two months, amid the snow, 
and may if sufficient inducements be 
offered, (a Governorship, State Senatorship, 
or something of that kind), become a per- 
manent resident of our bister State. Every- 
one who knows him will wish him good 
luck in his new field of operations. 



The Mason & Hamlin Oiyans arc acknowledged 
t ' bi th>? most powerful, at the same time giving 
orth the sweetest tone of any other. Kohlcr, 
Otiase & 1 1 street u 



Blankets and flannels 

Well wafifetd and not spoiled, at the What Cheer 
Jj.tundry 



The Bad Old Year. 

An editor up in Vermont bemoans the 
calamities of the present year in the follow- 
ing touching strain: "First that Beecher 
business, then the grasshoppers, then the 
Democratic victories, and now an increased 
tax on whisky ! My goodness, what is this 
poor country coming to T* 

Santa Clans 

Is not a myth if New Year's candies of cvery 
kind, shape and color (both home-mndc and im- 
ported), is any pro^of the existence of the time- 
honored deity, of (vasents for little ones. In fact, 
George Haas & Co., No. 20 Kearny street, has fac 
similes of Santa Claus (in Candy) that are really 
good enough to eat. His holiday stock of home- 
made candies and bon-bon boxes cannot be ex- 
celled anywhere, as a visit to bis store will show, k 

Medical Wonder. 

The great cure for rheumatic and other pains, 
colds, sprains, etc. For Bale everywhere. L 



Charlotte C'ufthman 

Will not appear this season, but the disappoint- 
ment is more than repaid by the beautiful display 
of Christmas Goods at Mayers' Bazaar, comer 
Montgomery and Pine »treets, i< 

Something Blesnnt, 

The largest and most magnificent assortment of 
Jewelry and Silver-jvarc, can be found at Messrs. 
Vanderelice 4 Co. No IW Sutter street. l 



The Decker Grand Piano is the Kimo of all oth 

era, without exception. Kohlcr, Chase L Co. 
Agents, 633 Clay street. V 



NEW ADVERTISEMENTS 



SEMI-ANNUAL 

STATEMENT 

....OF THE.... 

PIONEER 

Land and Loan 

ASSOCIATION ! 

BAnJs. Of 

SAVINGS AND DEPOSIT 

405 California Street, 

OPPOSITE BANK OP CALIFORNIA. 

I1M.1RV I, 1875. 



Subscribed Capital $200,000 00 

Paid-up Capital 100.000 00 

ASSETS. 
Real Estate, Loans on Mortgage, Loans 
on United States, City, and County 

Bonds, and Interest due thereon. .$935,5% 40 

Office Furniture 1,760 08 

Cash on hand 32,481 60 

$969,838 08 

LIABILITIES. 

Term Deposits $482,147 60 

Ordinary Deposits, Certificates of De- 
posit, and all other liabilities 387,690 48 

Paid-up Stock Capital, being Guarantee 

Fund, above all liabilities 100,000 00 

$969,338 08 

Number of Depositors •. 2,075 

Increase In the past six months.. 710 

Gross earnings for the post six months.. . . $53,274 15 

Expenses for the past sit months 5,451 75 

Bate of Dividend : Term Deposits, twelve 
per cent.; Ordinary Deposits, nine per 
cent. ;lbeing an£average dividend of ten 
and five eighths per cent, per annum. 



II. KOF.t UL. Cashier. 
TBI OS. 4.1. AY, President. 
.1. «'. DUNCAN, Secretary. jal-2t 



HORTICULTURAL HALL. 

WINTER GARDEN. 

(Stockton Street, between Post and Sutter Streets. 

IMMENSE SUCCESS 



Popular and Brilliant 
COSMOPOLITAN 





Dividend Notice. 
SECURITY SAVINGS BANK 

215 3ANS0ME STREET. 



The Hoard of Directors have declared 

a Dividend to Depositors for the Term ending De- 
cember 31st, 1874, at the rate of Nine (9) per cent. 
fer annum on Term Deposits and Seven and one- 
alf (7i) per cent, per annum on Ordinary Deposits, 
free of Federal Tax, payable on and after January 
13th, 1875. JOHN PARROTT, 

ja2-lw President. 



Dividend Notice. 

THE GERMAN SAVINGS AND LOAN SIXTY 

The Board of Directors have declared 

the dividend for the current half year ending De- 
comber 31st, 1874, at the rate of nine (9) per cent, 
per annum on Term Deposits, and seven and one- 
half (74) per cent, on Ordinary Deposits, free of Fed- 
ral tax, and payable on and after January 15th. 

By Order, GEO. LETTE, 
de31-2w Secreta ry. 

Dividend Notice. 

SAN FRANCISCO SAVINGS UNION, NO. 532 
CALIFORNIA ST.. CORNER WEBB. 

For the half year endlnc with Decern- 

bcr31st, 1874, a dividend has been declared at the 
rate of nine (9) per cent per annum on Term Do- 
posits, and seven and one-half (7J) per cent on Or- 
dinary Deposits, free of Federal tax, payable on 
and after January 13th, 1875. 
Per order LOVELL WHITE, Cashier. 

de29-lm 



Bals Masques 

Pronounced by all who have witnessed 
them the most 

UNIQUE AND AMUSING 

Masquerades ever given in this city. 

ANNOUNCEMENT. 

Close of the Jjaniival Season 
Prize Bal Masque 



Saturday, January 23d, 

On which occasion a number of 

VALUABLE & ARTISTIC PHIZES 

Will be awarded in addition to 

New and Powerful Attractions 



TICKETS, TWO DOLLARS. 

Double Ticket, admitting Lady and' Gentleman, 
Three Dollars. 

FULL PARTICULARS SHORTLY. ja2 




Crowded Day and Nightly. The Enter- 
prising proprietors of the Southern Pacific Oyster 
House nave added additional neat and private 
rooms to their establishment, retaining their ever- 
popular pricea. These popular refreshment rooms 
are on Summer Btreet, below Kearny, between Cal- 
ifornia and Pine. de24-3m. 

MONEY TO LOAN I 

I I'D V STOCKS, BONDS, HEAL ESTATE, 

LIFE INSURANCE POLICIES. AND ALL 
OTHER GOOD COLLATERALS, BY 

JOHN T. LITTLE, 

de3l-Im 405! CALIFORNIA STREET. 



PINE EVERGREENS, 

Wreaths and Streamers 
FOX*. Sj 



Adjoining Snow .V May'* PIcluw Store, 

on Morton street, near Kearny, by 
de29-U e. BRADFORD. 



REMOVAL NOTICE. 

The Land Mortgage Union and Savings 

Bank of California, have removed from 133 POST 
STREET to their New Building, 534 CALIFORNIA 
STREET, Corner of Webb. 

J. H. FISH, President. 

Directors,— Asa Harker, C. Main, A. Hemme, 
John Morton, John M. Johnson, Thos. R. Hayes, 
J. H. FiHh. 

no30-lm JOHN T. CARTER, Secretary. 

OVERLAND HOUSE, 

Sacramento St., Near Montgomery. 

The Beat and Cheapest FI'RMtHED 

ROOMS in Sao Franciecoi "With or without board. 
J. E. SLINKEY, Proprietor. 
N. B. Also Proprietor of "BON TON" Saloon, 
California Theatre, Bush street. de29 

SAVE YOUR MONEY. 

For all kind or Howard and 

Waltham Watches at Manufacturera' 
Prices— Case's jniaranteed 18 karat gold— go 
to F. HOFLENG Sole Agent in San Fran- 
cisco, corner Third and Market Streets, Nucleus 
Hotel, All kinds of Solid Jewelry made to order 
and for sale. Diamonds set and for sale at the low- 
est living prices Manufacturing and Repairing 
done' del5-3m 



North Carson S. M. Co. 

OFFICE OF COMPANY 

Boom 14, No. 302 Montgomery St 

Location of Mine, 

Eagle 1 alley, on the tomatorh Rar,;o. 
and about three miles from American Flat. Detail 
maps on file at the office. de2&-tf 



THE HOUSEHOLD FURNISHING CO. 

3?8 TINE STREET, SAN FRANCISCO. 

Tinned. Planished. Japanned, "Wooden 
and Rattan Ware, Brass, Copper, Fire-Gilt and 
Plated Goods. 

Ornamental and Artistic Household 
Articles. deaMm 

Dr. C. C. 4VDOXIVKLX, Offlr? and Ke.sl> 
dunce 835 Kearny, near Jackson up stairs: Gradu- 
ate of Dartmouth College, and late Surgeon in the 
U. S. Army. Treats office patients for a fee of si; 
Visits. 91 50; Medicines free; Obstetrical cases $15. 
foK-tf 



Taxes ! Taxes 1 



1874-73. 

NOTICE IS HEREBY GI YEN, 

That a Certified ropy of Ihc iiw 
ment Book or the Taxable Property *f 
the City and County of San FrancUco. 
Real Estate and Personal Property, flih » 
sequent Assessment Boll Included, far 
the Fiscal Year 1874-75, has this day he*a 
re eel red ; that the State, City and Ceautr 
Taxes for said Fiscal Year are new dna 
and payable at the office of the under- 
signed, Boom No. 1, City Ball, and Una 
the laws In .regard to their collect*** 
will be strictly enforced. 

Taxes will become delinquent ta tha 
First Monday in January, 1875, and. am 
less paid prior thereto Fire per cent, wll 
be added thereof. 

A. AUSTIN, 

Tax Collector, 
City and County of San Francisco. 

San Francisco, October 26th, 1864. 



MONTGOMERY 

AVENUE TAX. 

IJ0T1CE IS HEREBY GIVEN, 



That a Certlfled copy of the 
ment Book of Seal Fsfate, which Is sub- 
ject to assessment to defray expenses in* 
enrred by the opening of Montgomery 
Avenue, has this day been placed 1* my 
hands to collect Taxes thereon. Said 
Taxes are for the Fiscal Tear 1874-7&V *** 
and are now due and payable at tala 
office of the undersigned. Boobs Ko% V 
City Hall. All Taxes remain lug has —Id 
on the First Monday In .January, 1875* 
will have Five per cent, added thereto. 
A. AUSTIN, 

Tax Collector, 

City and County of San Franciioo. 

San Francisco, October 26th, 1874. 



PACIFIC MAIL 

STEAMSHIP C O..M 

For China and Japan. 



Leave Wharf corner First and 

Brannan Streets every alternate SAT- 
URDAY, at Noon, for 

YOKOHAMA and HONG KONG 

Connecting at Yokohama with Company'* Btsao 
Line for Shanghai via Hiogo and Nagasaki. 

For Mew York 

VIA PANAMA. 

Steamers leave at 12 bi. every alternate WJCDnTHLK- 
DAY, connecting via Panama Railroad, with one of 
the Company's Steamers from Aspinwall to N*w 
York. 

FOX*. laP-A-lNT^-M: A 

Calling at all the Calif ornian, Mexican and Cenira*- 
American Ports* Stea mers leave at 12 o'clo«k noes. 
every alternate ^THURSDAY. 

flif Throuchi tickets sold to and from. LTVEB, 
POOL, QUEEN3T0WN, SOUTHAMPT ON. BRB , 
MEN. BRESTl HAVRE, HAMBURG, STKTELcT 
COPENHAGEN and NORWAY. 

Each ship carriea an experienced Surgeon. Moat 
cal attendance, free. 

For Santa Barbara, San Pedro, Loa 
Angelos, Anaheim & San Diego* 

Steamers leave at 9 o'cloc k A. M . . , ,.., 

For SAN. BUENAVENTURA and ITUENBME 
calling at intermediate points, Steamer sails a* a 
o'clock p. M; 

NO EXTRA CHARGE for Meals or Stateroom*. 

For Bates- of Soiling see Daily Papers. 

Apply for freight or passage at the 

Pacific Mail Steamship Co's 

OPPIOB: 

Corner Lrldt'sriorfl and Sacramento MB. 
del-tt JENNINGS S. COX, At—*. 



S. F. and N. P. K. R. Co. 



On and after December* 1874, the Stntr, 
ANTELOPE, Oapt. WARNER, will leave San Ffcan*. 
cisco daily (Sundays excepted) fuom Front MdGieam 
street Wharf at 2:00 o'clock. P. M., connectine ■* 
Donahue's Landing with the cars for Petalnma, 
Santa Rosa, Healdsburg, Cloverdale; also ndth. 
with stages for Sonoma, Ulciah, Point Arena, Men- 
do'cino, Lakeport, Clear Lake, and for the po&ula* 
Springs of Mark West, Bartfctt, Highlandfl, Ska**-*, 
and the great natural wonder, the GEYSERS, 
turning, the cars will leave Cloverdale at 6 A. — .. 
connecting^ Donahue Landing with the ateaaier. 
and arriving at San Francisco at 11:15. 

The shortest. Quickest and best route to taa 
GREAT GEYSERS-W. 0. VAN ARKAM A 
KENNEY'S Stage Route. 

No freight can be received after 1:30 ooloca g. « 

For farther information apply at Company « oinaa 

426 Montgomery street. „. ^ , . 

• P. DONAHUE, Freaidan* 

F. H. GERDEB. 

nnlO-tf General Passenger and Ticket Agant. 



GKO. A. CASE, 

X> ^J TO" T I «• T, 

22 Montgomery Street, 

Opp. Lick House. 
Dentistry in all its branches, at reasonable rates 
mh30-3m 




ssvwsm: 1 - 



<4U» 
«*4 Han, 



VOL. XXI. 



LOOK OUT 



«f»jl.:ejjve> iid 



HAGUTRFS NEW THEATEE. 

■OB WWW lb * - 



JA.NCA.KY 4 



Or 



cl Ballot Arid Ainnsuoii Blaroli, 

\m*t* i»- «ir»^u.« •/ m«« »"» inutl. rt^.irr- iHaMi 



ran a- 



IN THKIR OBLKBRATKD ROMAN STATURS 



Mr. Walter Campbell, the Favorite Dramatic Basso, 



. « < i -• i » » m 



...a «.»i»i» to-tmi- .«.i fill* iiaiJiii. mawm. n m ■ n • 

nan IIKI Tli IliU Birr rmriM •• Ikr rr.»ir «f ... rni'lvt. 



<H th* Una. aycusla. anl 



T8 



StockofClothing g$£B4if TUBS I 



«U « nrmii AJTD 11ADT r>»« tALI 




CHARACTOa IN TBI prologue. 

> \ tncawT. 

> k cAaruu I 




oiotlon House, 



616,618 and 620 



KEARNY ST., .COB. COMERCIIL 



MKlSImM V 

CHARACTERS IN THI DRAMA, 

Ml.-- \\>\ ElurE 

I N '--. II V v* 

MT-ti IWTHF.lt W11.I I V»1- 

.InllN k MitRTUfU 

"I" THOMAS WIIIPFFf 

PBOLiOGTTB. 

Scene _ I si-Deck of the Pirate Ship. 

ACT I. --1A Lap* -f Flftwn Yews I BOatltS 1 Woanl 
Hrllrnn. An MrrnlUir of Oar Lady In the Wood*. 
M'BNKi Thr Pirate'* tavrra. SCENE 3 thmlr or 
law Rnrhanlrt>a<! Grand lllninln w< d <.roltof» t 

ACT 2. rtTKNK I Yr* lib ale at ihr Rrcrnfl's Pal- 
aer. SCENE I The Tent of MtIyIo. nnffTTT 1 II— anl 
I on flat rail an I Rnrnlns or the Nra.M»Ulan Fleet. 
SCUTE 4. -Grand Hall of Honor In the Regent's Pal- 
are. Illnmlnated Palare. (.ntml Mnxiuerade ! 
Grand Bqvrstrtan Art. SUnTTH 5 M.ill or asjrtles. 
■OBRl ft SprcinUy tela; Pan «!•- Seal, by Ml*-. Amy 
Bennett. M. Patrick's Oar Parade. Roman stal- 
er*. MlTer rioc, Rellle Dearrs. CilraAV Dance. 
Grand Marrh. 

ACT 3. -SCENE 1 -A Lonely Slelllan Inn. SCENE 
II— The Grand Trans fsrtnntlon .Hrene. 





v. i ■ i. - ■■ ■ 


s |. . 






0UA.RD H. ELl.M'MiK 




'in/.KN .... 


D. J. HHEl: 







IXIIirM II MKIC. l*Hf>IO«.l I.. 

Chonu snd Solo. "Bt tho Uliitrrins HUn," lfnaT.o* an 
(■mrrr sail Finale, Thou who whuii winds, Ac" Pacoeoo, 
NugiiM snd Pirates 

4CT I. Inrncallon of Greek PosssnUr. "Bond hof"rt> )>igh 
Hearon: Son* and Chora.*, "She Is seen," Pscbscn and I'mmbU: 
■ana. "1 Lore Her." Syl>!o; Solo and Cham*. "Comrades soil 
Friend*," Niiftws sod Ptratae; "Tho Walrin? Drawn,'' SrlTlo; 

f 'horns, "Eror bo Uappr," 1'irates, Finale. Stella, l*a 
ebeco ai>d Chorus. 



KVT «. 



Orand Aria, "TJn Ballo nn Maanbera," Stalls; Oloo. 
"Drown In the Mantling Qlssa," Soldlsrs; Song. "Wotnans 
heart," Stella; Camiral Chorus, "Honor and M 
qnsrsdon; Logviid. "Tho young Nadir." Stalls; Dmitl, "Nulit. 
in Yenios, Syfrlo and Stella; Duett. Zonofooo and InJsstlla; 
Medley. iniaailla; Ballad; Inl.-willa; Patrick's Day Parade Zeno- 
foco and IiuuUla; Finale, Stall*. Paoheoo, SjMo and Chorus. 

ACT 3.— "Let all Obey ;" Chorus, "Hither wa ocme,'* Pirates; 
Celebrated Variation*. Stella, 

' CHORUS.— TaMORS — John Trehalne, A Cohen. J. Haw- 
kins, L. S Clark, A OaalQeld, J. T. Swift. Bassos -H. F 
Edwards, J. Harris. A Bark, J. Dauphin, P. Loomis. 



iixr 



im 



LJE33RJ&.X1L ATI ON, 

The Domestic DxaTO*, 



BUCKLEY'S NEW VARIETY 

TUBATRII. 

• jiu »•- ► namiimntB 

tTUgSa-aasia- ■t^^'as rsz 

Imxzionaio auoooaa! 

r 

OUR CRAND COMB'NATICM! 

rhilwWIm I «TTT>up.<rf ArllK. lliMqaaU<-i 
MU.Iri'l-.v I lir.M> lliirl<-M|un 

0» SltT\. II.AR NK.MWTHIN. 

Sm Oar Progr immn for this Nlgbt Only. 

THIS EVENING 



JANUARY 4 



Th* Mr'nnwi« will OomBMCM. with . 

FIRST PART OF WIT. SONG IND FDR 

nntahlnc »IH' <>" TARIBTT WALK 



H I •**-■! 



lolree. 



o mta ta.. 



Rallnd Rallr ] 

<m rlu-1 naalr M4>ua Ida PI 

*on* njniiif. |j«i ,.n 

Hiuilci sola (hurlr. M.timsi 
Cnnilr Hong Fanny «rl»ur 

Goat Island Ghost. 



Son, 

M.ldo... (he -..II. I 

Vuml ...in. 

iMil.h Kprrlalttm.... 
Ilnllml 



tarrlr Willis 

MnKSlr llrrwrr 
ry Knbl.wa 
.John KrllT 

lllli lllunrk. 

Hurry Dcr 

...ai.iu. i»>. 



THE INTELLIGENCE OFFICE 

Johnny Titers Hughcy Robtnano C. Nioki 



NrdJey Soni 

\ oral Urn 

fUney linnee 

tumle Oltty 



Katie n— 

Ida Flak 

Carrie mills 

...Wnsgle Rrewflt 
Fanny Webalttr 



OTerture.. 



To conclude with tho laughable Sketch, entitled 

Ss €D 363CO OL. 

Schoolmaster , Prank Mortlnwww 

Patsy Bolivar John Kelly 

Sim Dipeey Harry Dcwf 

Rest of Characters by the entire Company. 

PRICES OF ADMISSION. 

Parquette 25 cents | Boxes $2 50 sod $3 00 



9. 2-». ^eiliBXJRT, 

DENTIST, 

Hi* RKHOfFJI HIS OFFICE 

r«*. ry Iron. Ha 8 Kseray St I 

fciTai nnnnWs««ss, over Wnfanv'sarui 

delldm i 



ClitM Asf O* t 



OF TOYS, Etr.. 



I V I, Auction nouse, 616. «is ;iiidf..'0 Kenrny Street. 



CANDIES. 

All Kinds of the Finest Cnndy : 

at our Steam Candy Faetory dally. All orders, es- 
nccially from the country, are solloited and will ha 
promptly attonded to. 

Cnnty A VTacnrr. 
o.iil5 107 Montgomery Street, now Butter. 



I fatr Authorized agents on this Coast 

TOB TBI 0HJU3BATED 

^Crand Duke Alexis Ties" 

....am thi.... 
•AUJSATOR TIBS" and "GAITERS," 

THI 1<0<T OOtirOBTABLB, 

I Xurabls and Fashionable Shoes Hi Town. 




^_I»« »alr iiranln« I.IIAID III kf. ALEXIS ITIES 
1 rtty. Thr jM-nl.-,, and Mml |< „„,r..rl,il.l.- 
; HUcm- Kv.r OITcrrd to thr Sun I'muriirv 
— Hllh tke IMlvnl Klintlc l.urliit. 

OUUINK UNLKS3 STAMPED WITH 




HI i MONOliRAM 




ON EACH|SH0E. 



- AL93 T^r^Bi x,a.RGXisT, 

Cheapest and Best Selected Stock 



•enM'. Ladiei 1 . MtiiMt' and Infant'i 

BOOTS and SHOES 

■vam ofmrid is ui fbamoiso 
I niATWARD & JONES, 238 Kearny Street. 

<8UOCES80RS|TO BEEB3 a MAVNABD.) 




The Ch. ape st Place in the City to Bay 

TOYS, DOLLS, HAIR GOODS, 

Jewelry, Stntionci-y, 

ZEPHYR WOOL. GLOVES, HOSIERY, RIBBONS, 

FLOWERS, FEATHERS. Etc, Etc 



1,000 Hnmntl llulr Hwltrhrq, l,oni; llalr OuUlflc, 

mi.00, .V.'.IHI, *(.S0, «S.0«, $li.«0. 
r.nu lIiMii.u Ililr Sivllrlirs, all Long Hair, 412.50, 

#5.00, 4KI.00, $12.00, #15.00, #20.00, #25.00. 
1,000 Unman llulr Male Curia .. #1.00 and npwnrds 
Sivllchc, mmle of C'uiublnga, 25 to 50 vis. per ounce . 



N. B. Tho New York Store has been Estab- 
lished for Years, and Is the Loading 
One In the City. 

NO lilt (Ml! STOKES. UOODS BENT I. O. D. 

-a.. 13. 8a.MpaoKT, 

110 Second Street, 

Between NLuloa and Minna. S, F. ooI8tl^ 



PSSSg. 

iNlFUnNISHINCCOOi 



SlMlffialfiiSISM^ 







FAOIFIC 



ISSUED EVERY TUESDAY. 
FOURTH YEAR OF PUBLICATION. 

Publishes all the California Supreme 
Court Repprts. 

Only Legal Jorimal fublisbed Wesi 
of the Mississippi. 

IT HAS KECEIVHD THE CORDIAL ESDORSEJIKSIT 
OF THE PROFESSION AS A 

RELIABLE AND INDISPENSABLE AID TO 

THE PRACTICAL LAWYER. 
J. P. B0GARDUS, Publisher. 



BOOTS AND SHOES. 
Grand Opening. 

Owing In ihr Increasrd Demand) far 

hi« cclobnited perfect-fitting Boots and Show, F. 
KELLY, tho Prize Bootmaker, 33» Bush street, baa 
been compelled to opon a Branch Store at No. 12ft 
Kearny, where can be found the flnettt display in Uia 
oitj. 

IP. DE5LE5 IjlliY, 

PRIZE BOOTUAKER, 

NO. 335 BUSH STREET. 

BRANC1I HOIISK: 



124 



Kearny 

do!6 



Street. 



FREE AND EASY 
CHARINGr 



4* 



8AL.OO rsr, 

OOf MISSION ITRKET. 
Near Second . 

Every Saturday IVifirlftt. 

TUOH. WILD, Cholrnan. 
Until Farther Noiics. 
All tho latest Songs nest Saturday Night. 

I a«.i i^*t Him. 



1874-TAXES.-1875 

SPECIAL NOTICE. 



Fur the ncrnmuiniluilon of Ibose wh* 

cannot attend during too day, the 

TAX-COLLECTOR'S OFFICE 

Will be kept opeu WEDtfESDAYond 8ATURDAT 
EVBNIN08. from t to 9 o'clock, uotu the PIBaT 
MONDAY OF JANUARY. 1875. 

A. AUSTIN, 
ibll td Tu Ooltoolor. 



TnTB ORGAN OF AMUSEMENTS. 



Potllflhed Every Day in the Tear, by 

«T- :** BOGAHDUS, 

AT 

632 reliant and 537 Washington Sts. 

B«low Montgomery, San Francisco. 



MONDAY JANUARY 4 

Amusements. Etc. 

California Tin ;i|r«-. 

To-night "Macbeth" will bo produced with John 
McCal lough in the title rule, New scenery has been 
painted (or the play and it will be presented in every 
particular In the same manner as was intended had 
Charlotte CoBhman been able to keep her engage- 
incut. Locke's music will be sung by an enlarged 
•horns, under the direction fd Stephen Loach, com- 
prising Mian Jennie Lee, Missa Bello Chapman, MiflS 
Carrie Wyatt, Miss Louisa Johnstone, Mrs. Haw- 
Inns, thy. Misses McOabe, Mr. Trehane, Mra. Haw- 
kins, Mrs. Cor field, Mrs. Edwards, Mra. Loomis, 
and Mrs. Dauphin. This portion of tlie perform- 
ancc will our tain iy be a rich musical treat. The 
•Jay Is strongly caat with Mfra Bella Patetnan as 
Lady Macbeth, Barton Hill as Macduff, Henry 
Kdwards as Banquet. Walter Leman as King Duncan, 
T. W. Keene as Rosse, 0. Lester as Lennox, Nelson 
Becker as Malcohn, s. W. Leach as Hecate, C. H 
Mestayc-r an Seyton. Tilly Darling as Fleance. Miss 
Ada Shattuck as Dooalbaio, John Wilson as the 
"Wounded Officer, Henry Coad as the Physician, 
Robert Pateman as First Witch, J. P. Burnett as 
Second Wiob, B. N. Thayer aa Third Witch; Mr 
Mnrry and Mr. Torrenee as First and Becond Mur 
derers; Mr, Woods, Mr. Matthews and Mr. Macklin 
•a ofllceri. 

Opera Hobac. 

Bmerson*s Minstrels will present a capital pro- 
gramme this even lug. After a brilliant first part. 
terminating with "The Pres bman'e Olass" and clas- 
sical representation of the Goddess of Liberty by 
Mtsa Sherman, Professor Billy Bice will explain the 
transit of Venus, J. R. Kemble will introduce Bar- 
nnm'a baby elephant. Linden will Bing burlesque 
ballads, th« ever popular act of "The Three Doves" 
"Will be performed by Arlington, Rice and Cotton 
aod a laughable burlesoe of ''Harplet'' will termin- 
ate the entertainment. In this Ben Cotton will ap. 
pear as Hamlet, J. R. Kemble as King Claudius, 
*'BiliyRice as Laertes, Charley Rboades as the Ghost, 
Billy Arlington as Ophelia, Ernest Linden as Queen 
Gertrude and the other parts are appropriately cast. 
On Monday the famous Bong and dance men Can- 
field and Booker will make their first appearance. 
Masuire'4 New Theatre. 

In spite of the great expense attendant on each 
representation of "The Enchantress," the manage- 
ment have determined to keep it on the Btage for a 
few nighte longer. On Saturday and Sunday nights 
Magu ire's New Theatre wa3 crowded, and we sup- 
pose this will be the case every night while the piece 
i« played. 
CniarlnIN Royal Italian Clrcos. 

There will he another change of programme this 
tjTaning. Among the novelties may be mentioned 
the gran J "Pox Hunt Cavalcade" by four ladies and 
four gentleman, the introduction of Pampa th« 
trained Goanaca by Slgnor Chiarini, a new eques- 
trian act by Madame Annerean, a vaulting and bar 
act by Theodoro Cuba, mounted on the Australian 
steeple chaser, York, the daring feat of "The Won- 
derful Ladder" by Ham atari Sakaikichl, and his 
boy Yelkichi, M. Herbert's scenic act of "The Three 
Jf ations* England, Ireland and Scotland. Senorita 
^jv-n Cuba in a bare back act, the wonderful per. 
' "iorrnanc* of th« Belttldlll 60lt, OW« U °> trwiy «4 
by Signor Chiarini, Romeo Sebastian in somasaulta 
and pirouettes on horseback, and the grand display 
of horsemanship entitled "Plights of Apollo" by 
Theodoro Cuba. 
Buckley's rVew Variety Theatre. 

An entirely new programme will be performed at 
this house to-night. The .screaming act of "The 
Goat Island Ghost" in which Johnny Tuers makes 
so much fun will be revived, the sketch of "School" 
will be played, Miss Katie Zoo will appear in songs. 
Miss Maggie Brewer in dances, and many others in 
various specialties which may be found on our first 
page. 
"Woodward's Gardens. 

Mons Joseph who fires a 600 pound cannon on his 
shoulders, has made quite a hit, and will appear 
again on Saturday and Sunday, also Miss Oceania 
in banjo soloe and dances, the variety troupe 
will also appear. 
notes. 

The receipts at the California Theatre, last week, 
with "Hamlet" as the attraction, amounted to 311,- 
173 50. Shobspeare is appreciated in San Francisco 
and so also is John McOullough. This is the greatest 
sum ever taken at the California Theatre in one 
week. John McCullough in Shakspeare has drawn 
better than Sothem, Boucicault or Neilson. 

John Wilson the circus manager arrived from the 
£ast on Saturday evening. He has made engage- 
ments with some of the best stars in the equestrian 
and gymnastic professions, and will, ere long intro- 
duce them to the public. 

George Hinckley, long a member of the old Me- 
tropolitan Theatre Company, died in this city, on 
Friday night, of congestion of the lungs. Mr. 
Hinckley was a very useful actor and possessed talent 
aa a comedian. He had also much inventive genius 
and constructive ability which added much to the 
effect of many pieces produced at the Metropolitan 
Theatre. He was 30 years of age. Miss Sallie 
Hinckley the popular actress is his sister. The fun- 
eral services were held at Trinity Church yesterday. 
The theatrical profession was numerously repre- 
sented. Among those who attended were : M, R 
Kberle. T. W. Keene, W. H. Obad, Mrs. Judah, 
Miss Carrie Woods, N. Decker, Miss Ellie Wilton, 
Miss Katy Pell, Frank Roe, George Giddens John 
K. Mortimore, Misses Ada and ReUie Deaves, M't" 
Kate Dunn, Miss Mandurille, J. Corcoran, T. Ma- 
guire, S. Geneec, M. Ryan, 8. Oorbjn and daughter, 
Mrs. Kate Dunn and daughter. D. Hunter. J. Hun- 
ter. R, G. Marsh, F. Cleaves, S. Sullivan, Miss Kate 
Duffy. W. CoghiiL J. G. Russell and J. Sherman. 
The ball-bearers were Harry Courtaine, James 
Heme. F. Mitchell, John Torrenee, W. Crosby and 
Robert Preston. 

Friday evening of this week is set apart for the 
benefit of John McOullough. "Damon and Pythias" 
will be the play. Reserved seats are already in de- 
mand- 
William Barry, the comedian, who was so intima- 
tely connected with the early history of the drama 
in California, died in this city on Friday night, of 
disease of the kidneys. He was bora in Philadel- 
phia in 1810, and his name first appeared on a play 
bill In a pr inentpart In 1836, at the Franklin 
Theatre, wl * he played Sir Giles Overreach in 
"A new Way to Pay old Debts." Though he was 
convinced that he was born to shine in tragedy, the 
nnblio did not encourage him in his conviction, and 
with a sad heart he turned his back on Melpomene, 
and sullenly - .-■ed Thalia. Thinking that, if he 
was fated to be a funny man he might as well learn 



the rudiments of the comic art, be joined a circus as 
clown, and travelled through South and Central 
America, where he learned to speak Spanish. In 
1849 he came with Charles R. Thorns, SeniO 
Panama to California. He made his appearance at 
the Tehama Theatre, in Sacramento on 'he 23rd of 
September, 1850. In the following month he opened 
the Adelpht Theatre, in ihi.-i city, and continued to 
act as manager and comedian, until the theatre was 
destroyed by fire on the 4th of May. 1851, For the 
above facts we are indebted to the theatrical agent, 
J. H. McCabe, who has compiled a record of the 
theatrical history of California, which is of great 
value. For many years Mr. Barry was the low come- 
dian of Maguire's Opera House on Washington 
street, and filled the position admirably. He was 
particularly good In Sbnksperian clowns, bis first 
Grave digger in "Hamlet" was acknowledged by all 
who saw it, to have no equal on the stage of the 
present day, and his Touchstone was an admirable 
performance. He was lately a member of the Cali- 
fornia Theatre company, but seldom had an oppor 
tunity to appear. The funeral of the veteran Call. 
fornian comedian will take place to-day under the 
auspices of Mount Monah Masonic Lodge, of which 
ho was a member. The pall bearers will be Barton 
Hill, Henry Edwards, Walter Lemon, John S. Tor- 
nmce, Petei Short, Jacob Schaeffer, D. Anderson 
and R. J. Tiffany. The dramatic profession will 
very generally participate in the lost tribute of re- 
spect offered to one whom they all liked. 

Advice to Preacher*. 

Bishop Wigbtman gives the following .-wl- 
vice to the clergy of Georgia, ami we think 
it bo good that we commend it to the 
entire clergy of the United States : Be as- 
sured of this fact — Georgia fools can't 
preach the Gospel. We must have men — 
men of intellectual frrasp — men capable of 
addresHing a crowd of 10,000 atacamp-meet- 
ing. Don't begin away off from your sub- 
ject, but walk right up to your text and 
strike your first blow at it. Don't Beek to 
capture your text by parallel approaches, 
but by direct assau -t. Be prompt and punc- 
tual, and don't preach too long." The 
gentlemen who tawdle through a two hours' 
discourse on why Eve fell or what was the 
color of Abraham's beard, won't take in 
good part the advice not to preach too 
long. With them amount counts more 
than matter. 

A Biff Bear Story. 

In the good old anti-war times in Ken 
tucky two darkies Btarted out on a "bar- 
hunt." Beaming around the country they 
came upon a cave from which the old bear 
had temporarily gone out for forage, leav- 
ing her cubs behind. After consultation it 
was determined that one should go into the 
hole, and seize the young ones, while the 
other should stand watch outside. Negro- 
like he got asleep in the sun, and only 
woke up in time to see the she bear half 
way in the hole. Catching hold of the 
stump of her tail, he pulled like Jehu. 
Pompey from the inside cried out "What 
darks de hole dar f* 

"Humph 1" answered Sambo, still tug- 
ging with all hiB forced — "guess of dis tail 
gins out you'll know what darks de hole 
dar |" 



l*T. Doherty. 

Has devoted his study more particularly to 
jhronic and specific practic, and as such is now 
'-he most successful of any Physician in San Fran- 
cisco. Office, 619 Sacramento street, corner of 
jeidesdorff, a few doors below the What Cheer 

House. . - r m v*»*-'. T 

BnrkJbardt'a 640 Washington street. 

French calf boots made to order for 38; box toed 
goiters mode to order for §8; oxford tie shoes made 
to order for t8; boys' boots made to order for $$; 
and large assortment of boots and shoes, all ef 
Burkhardt's own make, at equally low sales, at 540 
Washington str eet. m 

Do Not Sailer from Corns. 

The unfortunate sufferers from Coras, Rontons 
club and Ingrowing Nails, cah find instant relief 
by applj-ing at Dr. R> H. Cowan's Institute, re- 
moved to 212 Kearny street, from 1 to G p. M. We 
speak from experience, having tested the Doctor's 
capability. Reference given if required. H 



The Green Room. 

This popular resort of the profession and all 
epicures who can appreciate good liquors and a 
good lunch, is directly opposite the California The- 
atre. It has just been beautifully frescord and is 
now a modle of taste and elegance. Everybody 
goes to the Green Room between the acts. x 



The Winter Styles. 

AH the latest Winter styles of hat have been re- 
ceived and are now on view at "The" Hat Store, 
647 Washington street. The variety is very large, 
and the prunes charged at this well-known estab- 
lishment are very reasonable. a 

The Antelope Oyster lloa.se. 

Our specialty, always the best oysters in market 
served up in the best style of cooking. Our 
Eastern transplanted oyBters excel any other in 
market Established in 1864. No. 612 Market 
near Montgomery. b 

Clara An Ionia, M. P., de Paris, Business and 
Medical Clairvoyant and Independent Tranco Me- 
dium r .134i Post Btreet, near Dnpont. Correct di 
agnosis and special attention to the treatment o 
diseases. Consultations in French, German and 
English. 6-o 

Astonishing. 

It is really astonishing, the low prices at which 
Zacharias, the jeweler, sells his goods. Any one 
passing along Kearny street, near Sacramento, 
will be attracted by the magnificent display, n 

Puce is Deculubd in all families who buy their 
furniture and bedding of J. A. Shatter $ Co., 707 
Market Btreet, near Third, because they get bette 
goods for the same price than any other dfealers. 

The Emerson Piano is the finest and cheapest 
Piano in the market to-day for general use. Koh- 
lor, Chase & Co., 63? Clay street o 



Washing Returned til One Day. 

And we never disappoint, at the What Cheer 
Liundry. No Chinamen employed. 



Fresh and Sweet. 

For the best confectionery, go to Canty and 
Wagner*B, 107 Montgomery St ^ear Sutter. « 



LOST AT SEA. 

The solemn head that Guido drew 
Looks down from out his leafy hood, 
The bully berries, gleaming through 
The painted leaves, seem drops of blood. 

Above the cornice, round the hearth, 
Are evergreens and spruce-tree boughs ; 
'Tia Christmas morning ; Christmas mirth 
And-joyous voices fill the house. 

1 pause, and know not what to do ; 
1 feel reproach that I am glad ; 
Until to-day, no thought of you, 
O, comrade ! ever made me sad. 

But now the thought of your blithe heart, 
Your ringing laugh, can give me pain. 
Knowing that we are worlds apart, 
Not knowing we shall meet again. 

For all is dark that lies in store ! 
Though they may preach, the brotherhood, 
We know just this and nothing more, 
That we are dust and Cod is good. 

What life begins when death makes end ? 
Sleek gownsman, is't so vary clear? 
How fares it with us? O, my friend, 
I only know you arc not here ! 

That I am in a warm, light room, 
With life and love to comfort me, 
While you are drilling through the gloom, 
Beneath tho sea, beneath the sea ! 

wild green waves that lash the sands 
Of Santiago and beyond, 

Lift him, I pray, with gentle hands 
And bear him on—true heart and fond. 

To some still grotto far below 
The washings of the warm Gulf Stream 
Bear him, and let the winds that blow 
About the world not break his dream ? 

— I smooth my brow. Upon the stair 

1 hear my children shout in glee, 
With sparkling eyes and dancing hair, 
Bringing a Christmas wreath for me. 

Their joy, like sunshine deep and broad, 

Falls on my heart and makes me glad ; 

I think the face of our dear Lord 

Looks down on them, and seems not sad ! 

— T, B. Aid-rich in memory of Ralph Keeler. 



Can't Deceive her Nose.* 

"When you spend an evening out, dressed 
in a clawhammer coat and white vest, it is 
useless to attempt to make your wife be- 
li eve on your return, that the grease stains 
on your vest came from leaning on the sup 
per table. She never saw any supper-table 
grease that was scented with lavender and 
sich. 



Real Affection. 

Boston is the place to look for instances 
of filial affection. A dutiful son in that 
town had the hacks engaged for his mother's 
funeral eighteen days before she died. 

The Young Man from the Bftftt* 
" Im a stranger in this city, 
I'm lately from the East, 
And mighty fond of oysters; 
Where can I get a feast? 
I've been to all the restaurants, 
But nowhere could I find, 
A plate of Eastern oysters, 
Of the old fashioned kind." 

"Well, I can tell you," said his friend, 

"Exactly where to go, 

And where to get your oysters, 

Direct from where they grow. 

Just take a stroll down PINE STREET, 

At 419. opposite the Market, 

You'll see a sign, 'THE SADDLE ROCK, 

You can't fall to remark it. 

"Emerson Corville keeps the place, 

The best saloon in town, 

There you can get your oysters raw, 

Or fried so crisp and brown. 

He's the largest oyster dealer 

On the Pacific Coast, 

And that he keeps the freshest 

Has ever been his boast. 

"He's got nice little private rooms, 
Where you can sit at ease, 
And eat your California stew, 
Or Eastern if you please. , 

All the young men of fashion go 
Right to the SADDLE ROCK, 
To eat their EASTERN OYSTERS 
And drink their Rhenish hock." 



Managers 

Of Amusements, Excursions, Lectures, and 
Concerts, are directed to the splendid Printing 
Establishment of B. F, Sterett, 532 Clay Street, 
over the San Francisco Market. The largest Post- 
ers, in Plain or Fancy Colors, are turned out in 
the shortest possible space of time. Also, Beau 
tiful Programmes, Tickets, etc., etc., printed to 
suit the most fastidious. Mr. Sterett keeps con- 
s'autly on hand a fine line of bright colored pa- 
pers of evory shade, and the prices charged for 
these are very little in advance of plain white 
piper. Streamers of various sizes, from 18 to 42 
i.ich letters, in stock, of all colors of paper and 
ink. Theatre Managers are especially invited to 
call for estimates. This well-known Printing House 
was established by the present proprietor in 1850 
and has been in successful operation evor since 

Bunker's Club House Sausages, 

A dellcous table delicacy. They are made of 
dairy-fed pork, are admirably seasoned, and are 
as superior to the ordinary dry, tasteless saUB 
age made of beef and pe-rk mixed, as anything 
can be imagined. Made fresh every morning at 
Bunker's Stall, 74 and 75 California Market, Call- 
(on ii a street entrance. Try them. 9-b 



The original "Swain's Bakery" is now established 
in their magnificent new place at SIS Sutter street 
near Centre Market, and has added a lunch room 
and ice cream saloon. This is their only place of 



Ph olographic 

Edouart & Cobb 604 Kearney street, produce 
?astel Paintings which are superior to either Oil 
3r Water Colors. Enlargementa in all styles, gen- 
eral photographic work guaranteed. 9-bh 



For the Holidays. 

A splendid assortment of fine Watches, Jewelry, 
Silverware, etc., at very low prices, at H. A. Col- 
lender's, N. W. corner Mission and Second streets. 
Every article warranted. y 



Pianos to rent from $4 to $10 per month, by 
Kohler, Chase & Co., No. 333 Clay Btreet. u 



Wliat Cheer Laundry. 

121 Leidesdorfl street, near Sacramento 



OPERA HOUSE. 



..STAGE 114JVAB 



EVERUVENII^^ 



PART FIRST-Grand Vocal and Instrumental Concert. 

INTRODUCTORY OVERTURE ™„™, _ 

EALLAD-HIINNY DAYS WILL COME ' AGAIN E51EKSOJS1UJB 

COMIC SONG-RIDING IN A SLEIGff """"■" ^ . J. M. M»l» 

BALLAD-PUT ME IN MY LITTLE BED J!' i 51 " 50 ™! 

COMIC SONG— YANKEE LASSES G - .J*-.- HAKI ** 

BALLAD—LET ALL OBEY ■ ■ .BJJST OOTTOBr 

' J. G. KrSSEU, 

Descrlptiye Finale THK FRESHMAN'S CLASS 

TERMINATING WITH 

MISS SIIEKMAK'S classical Representation or tbe GODDESS OP uberti . 

~paTit>ecow>^g^ 
THE TRANSIT OP VENUS, 

PSPZvBlLLY RICE. 



OLD MB. FOOZLE An Animal Tamer 

KITTXB His Daughsar 

BAKNUM 

ra§}-.i»B»i Boy... ..{;;;;; 



LINDEN IN HIS BUBLEEQUE BALLADS. 

THETrMEE^OVES 

BILLY RICE BEN COTTON' and W. APUNCTON. 

BaDj'o Solo, CHARIiEY RHOADBs! 

The whole to conclude with the Laughable Burlesque, entitled 



Prince of Oakland. 



KJNG CLAUDIOUS KIne of Oakland 

LAERTES BILLY RICE i 

KLONIUS. J. LITCHFIELD 

M ARCtLLTJS , J R.TPR A rm« 

SECOND PLAYER. .... '. G W HAETe Y 

GEATOMCGER W .G. jSlES 

"™™ W. ARLINCTON 

HAMLE T BEN COTTON I 

MONDAY, January 11th, First Appearance of 



HORATIO j S- JSSSES 

BERNARDO I". j i Mm 

FIRST PLAYER. .. . £ J SHKRTTOoS 

,'LA VER QUEEN :mISS SHBuSw 

LrHUST n pi m , Tixa 

QUEEN GEKTRUT> E ..... .. . . V. V. E. xS5£S5 

li^B, Lords, Courtiers, Etc.. by the i 

the World-renowned SONG and DANCB XMB, 



*BOOK.®H. 



PIPERS OPERA HOUSE. 

VIRGINIA CITY, NEVADA. 

JOHN PIPER... ' Proprietor 



This Elegant Theatre can be Rented by 

the night or week. Stare and traveling companies 
liberally treated with on application to 

JOHN PIPED, 
Manager and Proprietor, 
Or to J. H. McCABE, 
}u28-tf 333 Bosh street, San Francisco, 



METROPOLITAN THEATRE 

■ 

UOIAHKKTO, 

By the Night, Week, or Month, from 

Nov. Int. For termB apply at' the Theatre, or by 
letter to "W. K. MORROW. Proprietor, Sacramento. 
N B. — I have no authorized Agent anywhere. 
mb24-tf 



OPERA HOUSJ 

SAN JOQE, OALA. 



This Beautiful and Newly Renovated 

Theatre is to he let by the Night, Week, or Month, 
at reasonable terms. 
ap2ttf G. BROHASKA, Proprietor. 



MOZART HALL, 

STOCKTON, CAI. 

To Let by the Night or Week, for Dra- 
matic Performances, Concerts, Lectures, etc., at rea- 
sonable rates. Address J. A. Woodman, Proprietor 
and Lessee. StocktoK. For particulars enquire of 
W. D. Lewis, 506 Commercial street, San Fran- 
cisco. N. B. Music furnished on all occasions. 
oc!2-tf 



MRS. SCOTT'S 

VARIETIES. 

Fan, ' Pleasure, Tariety and 
Beauty. 

KO EQTJAXi. 
In this Pleasant Resort 

ONE CAN 

Pass axl Evening 
MOST DELIGHTFULLY. 

Here the Kindest Attention Is Tendered 
to Both Strangers and Residents. 

The Proprietor haTlng catered to the wante of the 

FTO-L0VING PUBLIC! 
Both Here and in Virginia City 

HAS ATTAINED A 
Popularity Vaeaalled ON THIS COAST ! 

THE PRETTIEST - OF TALENT I 

....AMD.... 

THE FINEST OP EVERYTHING 

....AT.... 

KRS. SCOTT'S VARIETIES, 

....CORNER.... 

Sacramento and Kearny Sts. 



ORO FINO THEATRE, 

POBTLAND» Olv.ou. 

THEATBE ROYAL, Victoria. 

Leasee and Manageress, 

MISS FANNY MOROAW 



*t. T1 ^ e ,i lbo y e ™ T,ieatrcs are n< "» •!>«* Itar 

the Fall and Winter Season with a fnUCteamatia 
Company. Stars having two or move weeta **■>» 
can apply as above, or to J. H. 41 cCAltE 3SS 

Euah street, San Francisco. «iW* 



PACIFIC HALL, 

CALIFORNIA THEATRE BriXDIjra 
SAN FRANCISCO. 



Tills Fine Ilull can be Dented Iter Dnr 

matic Performances, Operas, Concerto, Balls, Lea- 
tureB, Benefits, etc., by the Night or Week, on te*- 
sonable termB. Pacific Hall has just been ele^antr* 
refitted, frescoed and supplud with a New Stags «m 
Scenery, and will accommodate 1,500 ]mx»om wtth 
every seat in full view of the stage. Fur tecou aa> 
ply at the HalL to 
oc22 3m THos. 91. mttir. 



CHEYENNE OPERA HOUSE, 

CHEYENNE, WYOMING TERRITORY. 

This Popular Theatre Has Been Efr*nt- 
]y Refitted and Decoratedr First-clasa Dramatic 
(JompanieB or Dramatic Stars coming East will b* 

treated liberally upon application either by Mdignpkr 
or in pei son. Address all communications to 
JAMES MoDANDEX, 
* t . w Proprietor, 

Lock Box No. 1, Cheyenne, Wyo. Tes. JeS 



McDANIEL'S THEATRE, 

CHEYENNE, WYOMING TERKITBIY. 

Open the Tear Bound With a First- n*» 

"Variety Company. Variety Arista coming Ea*t cml 
At all times secure First-Class engagement*. M«j* 
be artiste of acknowledged ability and hare gooi 
wardrobe. No others need apply. Addrexs 

JAMES McDANLEL, 
Lock Box No. 1, Cheyenne, Wyo. Ter. JeS 



Belli Male and Female Talent 

WiH do well by communicating -with vx, 

ON THEIR WAY EAST 0E WBST 

AS WE WANT GOOD ART1STI& 
To ITliom Good Salaries YTJ1I tic IWC' 

Address H. B. LO.VDBO A C»., 

Theatre GtgaiQVC, 
■ oo27 Evonatrra. W. 



THOS. W. EKEE * CO, 

Brass Founders and Finishers*. 

BEER FAUCETS a Specialty. 

UANCFACTEKEKg 

AND KEPAIEEB8 OB 

DRUMS, BANJOS, ANN 

Cold and Silver Platers. 

SPOONS and FORKS made as Good ae xw 






Lessons given on (lie Banjo and 1 

542 Mission street, between First and Second. 

N. B.— Fine-toned Silver Solo Banjos for r*Um- 
aionals always on hand. j »1fttf 

T. B. Boss. Wm. AjuasMON. 

BOSS & ARLINGTON. 

Exchange Bo&rdMnenndSnle 

Stable, I6» Tehama, off Third Street. 
Care of Boarding and Sale Horses a 
Specialty. Sale Horses always onl 
hand. Breaking and Handling Colts, 
etc , with care. 

N. B. Chppingof Horses done with 
care and dispatch with the English 
Fj-othera* Patent Machines, which are 
everybody. Price, SIX DOLLARS. _ 




BARNUM'S BABY ELEPHANT 



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WILSJOn."* 



NEW YORK GALLER 

LAST , WBi,K. 
TVo. 25 Third Stn \ <■»•> -... . . ».i.,i i i iU ,n_. n«nt ..< sir 

JOHN M c CULLOUQH! 

> HO JANUARY 6 



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MB 

PALACE OF FASHION. 

A. MORRIS, 

Merchant Tailor, 

CUSTOM-MADE GOODS! 



| Umu Oemts t<i.-r» funs; •*«** fa-aav. 



Palace Amphitiieatre. 

■ •"> X"iil.«Nirn mtil Vidian. 

i .i urn 1 > ,-rv !>>ltfl»r. 



PROGRAMME FOR THI8 .EVENING. 



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My Prices Defy Competition. 

<lll III IOMIMI 1I.IK-II1I- 

Bu.l«p*s Halts $30 

6 X Bo.Tcr l»if«s Suits 55 

Milton UTerro.t.x 16 

Casdmcrr Pants 7 

Blark Bearer Pants 10 

811k Tdvet Tests. 9 

XMAIi8K 

-A- MORRIS, 

lYTo. 17 SecondStreet, 

• ■■a site trend Hotel. 




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MATTHEW LOCKED ORIGINAL M1SIC nil! be Interpreted under the baton of Mr. Charles Schultz. and the son ty, locen- 
rtft. 'intW direction of Mr Stephen Leach by Miss Jennie Lee. Mlaa Belle Ch»pm m. Miss Curie Wyatt, Mis* Louisa 
Johnstone. Mn Hwlm< the Mlaeea McCabr Messrs Stephen Leach. Trehano, Hawkius. Cornel d, Ed want*. Loom 



Trixxirsca.aa.3r Even'g, THF3 WIFE 



Benefit of Mr. John 

TDA.TULOJST AND 



FKII1AY ■VSMlMl, Juiuary 8th, 1876, 

lev 

PYTHIAS. 



SATURDAY KIOHT, HOWARD PAYNE'S Tragedy of 

BJRUTUS^^ 

MONDAY, JANUARY 11th, 187S, 

BE1NEFIT OF MISS BELLA PATEMAN. 

On which occasion the will appear in bei great character of MERCY MERRICK, in THE 

JSFttXKT JX£ A Gr X> A JL* 3E5 3*T . 



I.rr.n.l liti.lllnc and Bur Act 

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IOI»." 

H TIIK "I.MI1JIII I lllllli: 

II I •■ Ik llll "IkAlkK Ul anil kl. Bor 1 llkll It! 

INTKKMISSION OF FIJTEE>TMrFr?rEH~ 

II Selection. "till..*. Hell. . <>r AmerlrAn Alr.' 
loni.li/ (Mil 1II>TH« 

10 TIIIII I \ATI«.VM. tntlnnd. Irrl.nd nnd »c«l- 
li.u.l l.iu.'-lrlun I.I 1IIS-I1 I U 4. III.UHIKT 

ii -i:i\a:nA(,i( umikaha imisihi 

i'.' OMiniii iti 1 1 \ i i ii i in hrr Grand 1-rln.J. 
|iuli>:.lB.-strlun Art on Bur.-l.Hrk llor-c. 
<lo»u ..MR. « 4 It \ IK. 

1.1 Tlir, IMIMTrx WAV. S1I.MIB FARAVTA. In 
III. hlBtlir PICU-.IUK HUd ll.liiiltiit.il- perl oiiiiuuc, . 

11 "OTHKI.LO" I'll). Worlil.Bcnotini-il "liUniHl 
< ill ,T" Introduced l.j sn.,4.1 IM ri-i. I ill AltlAI 

13 Itlllllo sriiA>Tl.l>,Tli>< Groat Homer-null »«.'. 
Pirouette tuuctttrlan. .. I lowu.. .MB. HAK.HU 

IC FLIGHT OF APOLLO l.liiiin.Mnu Dl.nl.] art 

Horscuuiuahlp on SIX IIAKKKAIK .sTKKUn 

By iUEVUOKU 4 IB* 



NOTICE.-SMOKING STRICTLY PROHIBITED 



AFTER-JOOS' Matinkrs every WgDNESDAy And SATfRDAV 

Adtuis6ioQ to the Matinees. 50 cent*. Children, Half-P.icn. 
Door, opeo at 1 oolock. Performance to commence At 2. 



upai n>; \ Business 
HEAL0 s 1 College. 

24 Post St., San Francisco 



Tfc* Iattcm a ml Rc.t BmalartM < ollrcr 

m Um fin«M. IU ct^uulM are <raaiifle<i for bual- 
■Msa and aaabksd to fill loamUTe ■iUutiutis at one* 
Totidc im atv>uld eutnioe 'this school before at- 
lawi ttn t da aw*. H - For InfnnnaUoD call at the 
oAas. No. 34 Tost street, or address E. P. Ilrakl. 
Sao franciaoD. ocls-tf 



"TSJE VILLA," 

At IBs afaw 

GOLDEN GATE PARK, 

TbiB*1lt«B(t haHn« ]a>t beao oompletad. Ii 
■esthrosnOrwDto bs pa>>llo. Tbs hoosslssla. 
taotlf tamtai.t4l.aad b*« 

TToiM.tr Public Parlors, 



Ten Private Dining Rooms, 

Tb. wools ba.o«h a |it. n.l Mk* a pabllchotsl 
bat as it la oarofd 

An Elegant Villa. 

CUIDO MANCENBERC. 

FBOFKHTOB. Ur-U 




PROQRAMMES, 
And all kind, of Printing for 

Shows, Lectures, 

Concerts, Theatres, 

Excursions, &c. 

AT LOW BATES, BT 

B. r. STERETT, 

632 CLAY STREET. 



Attention, Good Livers! 

P. B. HERGES & CO., 
MINERS' RESTAURANT, 

wkenjbe na«acetnent of both 



««... KiKj wiHeiuciii Ul DQU) tho 

Mtoen Baslaarapt on Coramsrciai 
•Wast aad the Minora- Branch on M**. 
M**rast. Oar B1LU of b'-w embrace ail the dell 
MrteaJMlhw seaaoa: Onr Motto M "Oood Vara. 
OoofOookiM ajjdModerate Cliaffsn.- ^^ ' 

Open from 5 A. M. to 10 p. M, s«3<-tf 

■•■*«*, Oiw« fr«m Ju.ui.lu 10 p. no. 



■apfe 

ANTISELL 
PIANO CO. 

Capital Stock, $500,000 



If Von Want a Piano, Buy at Hc«d- 

quartern, and don't hu fnolod into imvitig udvt'rtised 
worthlt-Afi trash. Buj an ANTISIOLL PIANO- 
PO&TB, i»nd y ou have tne best Piano made, and 
lndoraed by hundrvirs of our leading artiBts and mu- 
aiclana tbroiifthout California. We sell at manuf tic- 
ptrloOB, and having a Large capital and biud- 
ncw# are enabled Uj undersell agents who are only 
middli lueiL Af,*iMitwlia\e to pay high prices to cover 
tli-lr ;.m« credits, and usually make the enormous 

Crofits of from $100 to §500. To be forewarned ia to 
•i forearmed, Wc bsve just received from our fao- 

ti.ry ii lint- oiwnrt.ii.cn t. that we f>lli--r at a Btnall atl- 
■ttbef for cash or inntainienta, iristcatl of 
renting. They are overstrung baas Agraffes. French 
Mtloo, etc, puj4a,;jnin(r every improvement rccog- 
nlze«.l by people of cultivated musical taste, and the 
grand result l« that for power, sweetness, brilliancy, 
and tinging quality of tone, eveuness throughout the 
entire scale, delicacy and elasticity of touch, Btrength, 
durability, beauty and tuiiah, the ANTiftELL Pl- 
ANll -•it.-.tinlrt unetinalk'il. 

N. 1( -Wo sold niir mlsccllaneoufl stock at auction, 
which consisted of Steinway fc Son, Ohiekering, and 
Draw Krothcra, as it don't pay to keep those makes, 
we dad the demand so limited. 

T.M. ANTISELL & Co. 

' REMOVED TO 

640 Washington Street. 

do!2 



THE CLIFF HOUSE! 

ROARING OCEAN!' SURGING BREAKERS 
FOAMING SURF, H10RSTER SEI LlOftS 

Appetizing Breakfasts, Lunches. 
Dinners and Suppers. 

BRING YOUR WIFE! 

BIKING YOUR PAItIIIaVI 
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Aadanjor a vif-w of the finest OCEAN PANO- 

BAMA IN TUr: WDKLD, all insight of 

the world-xano#nad 

GoUien Gate. 

With aflaetof whlae-wlogad meassngera enteriat 
from every part of the commercial world. 

sm-Nsw Line Bosaas, ooonaetinf with Street 
Oars at Lois Moeotalo every 15 ratnatee heroaf Ut 
for the Oliff Hoeae jrl-tf 



SAN FRANCISCO BATHS 

AJID 

Hairdressing Establishment. 

S3S Washington atroef, 

below Kearny, P1UUE8 RE- 
DUCKD: Uaths. 25 cente. 8hav- 
Lng. 35 cents. Hair cutting. 25 
cents. Shampooing, 20 cents. 
atedJcated Baths. ae 3-tf JOHN QBIEF 



LEAVY BRO. & GO'S. 

Own Brand of Imported 

Consolidated Virginia 
CI GARS ! 

REINA VICTORIAS. 

WHOLESALE DEPARTMENT, 

i500 BIontsroiMery St. 

. 'RETAIL. 

t'or. or llui.li and Kearny, Laorcl Pulncc 

iASIufl 

"office^ 

OP 

Daily Evening Post 

HAS REMOVED TO 

Northeast Corner 



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S20 JE3Corri es. 

300 Men Wanted to Buy LoU in the 

ANTISELL TRACT, BERKELEY 

. |20 down, balance $10 per month. $200 each. 
Auction Price. Cheapest ever cdliwod. 
Apply at 

ANTISELL PIANO ROOMS 

«40 WaAhinirton street. delS-tf 



DR. FERDENANDERZ, 

Bo Celebrated fur bis Success In the 

treatment of ail diseases of men and women has 

his office at 

21G KMU-ay Street, bet. Bush & Slitter. 

Hours 10iH.tolr.M. and 3 P. if. to C p. u. 
deltMl 



OJtGO. a. c;a.&iz 9 

X>3ES 3NT T X » T, 

t't Montgomery Street, 
Opp. Lick House. 



To the Unfortunate. 

Br. Gibbon's Dispensary, 

No. 62S Kearny Street. Corner of 

Commercial, San Francisco. Entrance on 
Commercial. Established in ISM. for the 
treatment and cureof oil diseases of the uri- 
nary and generative organs, and all physi- 
cal eonditious or Weakness consequent 
upon the errors or ignoranco of the eexes. Skin dis- 
ease (of years' standing) and rheumatiam. success- 
fully treated. The sick and the afflicted should not 
fail to call upon him. The Doctor has traveled ex- 
tensively in Europe, and Inspected thoroughly the 
various hospitals there, obtaining a great deal of 
valuable information, which he ia competent to 
impart to those in need of his services. Dr. Gibbon 
will make no charge unless be effects a cure. 

Address DB. J. P. UI1JLUN, Box 1957. San 
Francisco. no25-tf 

ii" -A-ixj-x" ivac^.E<r ca.]v 
JOHN BOLLMAN 

Can, and Docs* Sell, in Hpltc of a leclon 

of long-tailed Celesiiahi and their white friends, 
PURE HAVANA CIGARS FOR FIVE CENTS 
APIECE, or THIRTY DOLLARS PER THOUS- 
AND. They are called 

Los Brillianf.es, 

And, judging by the dally increasing demand for 
them, they will in time outsell any other brands of 
cigars. Competition, of course, will do oil it can to 
retard and stop their sale, and therefore we would 
earnestly request the geueroua public tosoo for itself 
and first give them a fair trial, ere condemning 
them. A meritorious article may be cheap as well, 
and our maxim has been ami always will he, to sell 
a first-rate orticlo at the lowest price possible. 
Those cigars as well as our celebrated Russian 
Cioaritos are sold In all the principal cigar stores 
in this city and adjoining towns, or the factory, JO© 
WASHINGTON NTREKT, CORNER 1XVTTERY. 




Finest Singing Room in the City 

AT THS.... 

ASSEMBLY ROOM 
Free. «nxcl Easy, 

NO. 23 ASEAHY OTBBET, 

Bet. Kearny and Dapont, 

FREE AND EAsTEVERY NIGHT. 

This fine and commodious Room has juet beam - 
built, expressly for the Free and Easy going pnMSc 
It is Dearly sixty feet long »y 23 wide, with an eis 
vated roof and the best of ventilation. 

The Proprietors of this Elegant Saloon have trparevx 
no expense id Building and Decorating, and hoi* *T 
strict attention to uuSlueSB to Kiiin tliu inililiu ■' \ 
Theykeeptho very he-a.jf WINES, LIQUORS i,vd 
CIGARS, and alsoagoodHOME-OOuKED LTJNUK' 
hot every night. 

jtS" FREE and EASY every evening. 



ROCKAWAY OYSTER HOUSE" 

1004 Market Street, Rear Junction wf 
Market and Powell. 

Cholrrst OjHlers. fliops nn«I . 

S 1 Ska served t<> order- at all hours. f| 
aUPPEHB for FarHea ahfl PamflleB* 
promptly supplied. The patronage of 

our f rieu'la and the public is respect- 
fully solicited. HENKY LANGE, 
ED. KEEHMKE, 
oo30-tf Froprii 



Look for above trade mark, when you bay and be- 
ware of Imitations. 

H. B. For a smoker, aa a holiday gift, you could 
hardJ y select anything more suitable and acceptable 
than our Cigars and Russian Cioakitoh. especi- 
ally ami La Uohcovitab mauufauturod ul Turkish 
tobacco worth $5 per pound. The finest (JigaritoB Id 
Market,, sold at the factory for $20 per thousand, di 



LA.NGrLfc.Y'.S 

SAN FRANCISCO DIRECTORY, 

1S7B. 

Established, 1857. 

The CanvasH for we Above Reliable 

work will be completed In s few days, and the print- 
ing thereof secured without delay. The undersigned 
will esteem it a favor to be not i tied of any changes 
of firms, removals, new arrivals in this city, or any 
other additions or alterations from this date. 

BXNTi V G LAXCLEV, Proprietor. 
61 S Clay street, between Montgomery and Kearny, 
deM-2v Up Stsira. 



The Celebrated Pan Roast 

Either California or Eastern Oysters 
Cooked to Order at 

t C I € B ( 2 r J 3 ! J < 1 I E 

Stalls, 57. 58 and 60 California Market. 
(Entrance on Pine street.) 
Families and Restaurants supplied at sIk I 

del7-lm 



J. O. COMBES, 
TJE2JL*KAI>I1\ JL.XJ3VOHr, 

Terrapin Confitnntly on Hand 

Oysters In every style. PRIVATE 
SUPPER BOOMS FOR PARTIES. 



MORAGHANdc LYNCH. 

DEALERS IN 

OtsIith, riamx and all kinds 

of Shell Fish, Stall 08 California Mar- 
ket, Sao Francisco. Open Day and 
Night. Families, Public and Private 

Parties. Hotels. Shipping and Restau- 
rants supplied. 



dec3L4l. 



GEORGl MA YCS- 
Dealer fn'Oysters, Clnms, and, 

all kinds of SHELL FISH. Stalls Noa. 
4©, 41, 4S, California Market, entreuoe 
on California street. 

Public or private parties and families lUppJb, 
from 6 a. x. to 12 p V. Ladles' and Gentleroaer 
Oyster Rooms open from 6 a. m. to IS p. at.. dcSD 



minnie Williams. 



The Mother or Minnie tTIIU asm. ran 4 

tain Information corjceruin? her child by callinr 
toe "FiiiAjto" OtDae Utwcen 9 and 13 a. at oefl 



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THE .rvGAU OF AMUSEMENTS. 



Published Erery Day in the Year, by 



32 Merchant and 537 Washington Str 

Below Montgomery, San Francisco. 



TUESDAY JANUARY 5 



A i:iind Natnred FeUow. 

Wbile in St. Louis .recently, Mr. 
' Toole and his party visited the House of 
Refuge and gave an entertainment for the 
benefit of the inmates. The room formerly 
used as a chair-shop had been transformed 
into a seat little theatre, with a good stage, 
d i] curtam, and necessary scenery. The 
p'.-rfonnance opened with a scene from 
''The Hunchback," by Miss Johnstone and 
Mr. WeffQand. Mr. Toole followed with 
bin burlesque lectures. "Off the Line," 
slightly cut, pleased the boya very much. 
Mr. Westland recited The Charge of tbe 
Lijjht Brigade, and Mr. Toole closed the 
performance with his personation of the 
Artful Dodger. After the curtain went 
<l'»wn the boy* marched out into the yard 
and went through a drill very cleverly, 
after which three hearty cheers were given 
for ilr. Toole and his party. Mr. Toole 
1' roomed to visit them again in a short 
time, an announcement which pleased the 
boys very much. 



Co-operation. 

Near Newark lived a pious family, who 
had adopted an orphan, who, by the way, 
wa« rather underwitted. He has imbibed 
strict views on religious matters, however, 
and once asked his adopted mother if she 
didn't think it wrong for old farmers to 
come to church and fall asleep, paying no 
better regard to the service. She replied 
she did. Accordingly, before going to 
church the neit Sunday, he filled his pock- 
eta with apples. One bald-headed old man, 
who invariably went to sleep during the 
sermon, particularly attracted his attention. 
Seeing him at last nodding, and giving 
nasal evidence of being in the 'Hand of 
dreams," he gave the astounded sleeper a 
blow with an apple on the top of his bald 
pate. The minister and aroused congrega- 
tion at once turned round and indignantly 
gazed at the boy, who merely said to the 
preacher, as he took another apple in his 
hand, with a sober, honest expression of 
countenance, "You preach; I'll keep 'em 
awake I" 



Appreciated. 

The New York Spirit of the Time* saya: 
lftr. Alfred Willcie, the young and accom- 
plished English tenor whom Madame Anna 
Bi.ihop engaged in London to support her 
throughout her late tour in the far Western 
States and California, where a brilliant 
success of her excellent concert troupe was 
achieved, has within these past few days 
returned to New York for a brief respite 
after overland travel, prior to his return to 
[England, Madame Anna Bishop having 
gone on alone from San Francisco to Aus- 
tralia to visit, after the lapse of years, her 
married daughter in that far-distant En- 
jiwh colony. So thoroughly accomplished 
•Mid reliable a tenor as Mi*. Wilkie should 
not be allowed to leave us in this way. 
Heaven, the opera, and the concert-rooms 
know that we have need of something in 
the shape of a reliable tenor here. Of 
bogus arrangements we have a surfeit. 
"Will not somebody put an estoppe on Mr. 
Wilkie ere it is too late? Where's Kellogg? 



Ar MiuLnr Art. 

The Arcadian, which respects merit and 
i* merciless in its treatment of humbugs, 

SHV8 : 

Mr. John McCullough, in his recent en- 
gagements, has thoroughly sustained the 
good opinion which he won in New York. 
Crowded houses have attended his perform- 
ances in many cities within the last two 
luonths, and we remark that he \s the recip- 
ient of profound and evidently honest, crit- 
i'-al respect. The success of such an actor 
in a bnght augury for the future of the 
at age. 

No man living is doing such honest work 
or so much of it, with the single purpose of 
elevating the stage as is John McCullough. 
Hence our enthusiasm. He works to serve 
Art. 

Cjrut.DC an Actor. 

Rogers, the sculptor, is engaged on a 
groan* of "The Shaughraun." It will con- 
:m*t of Con and his dog Tatters, who seems 
■destined to share his master's fame. Con 
U seated on a log, holding his fiddle in the 
le h hand. He is represented in the act of 
touching Tatters his military exercise, and 
' Tatters, shouldering the bow of Con's fid- 
■ die, gravely and intelligently listens to the 
i ... tractions of his master. 



Bow lo Dress "Well. 

o.oriwo-rhirda of the best dressed gentlemen 

in this city (those who dress in style we mean) 

would say, if asked the question where they had 

'■■ i' thee made, that they went to John Bull's, 

>>>. 100 Third street, and would also advise yom 

a n 1 JTOUX frit-ads to go there it you want a perfect- 

rHting suit made in the latest style, from either 

d r>r domestic goods, at the lowest price 

" [e »*JUi a good gamicot. s. 



Croat Bargains la Clothing. 

The only Store in the city that hasjthe largest, 
cheapest and finest assortment of Men's and Boys 
Cothing, is H. Fn si fs tfonfgpmery Avenue Coth- 
ing Store, 719 Montgomery street, between Wash- 
ington and Jatkbon. Also, a large assortment of 
Men's and Boys' Overcoats and Cloaks, and the 
finest stock of Genii' Furnishing Goods, Trunks 
Valises, etc -2-x 

The Oltl Mini Restaurant. 

At this old established house, 003 Commercial 
street, above Montgomery, always noted among 
thebon vivants for itsgood things, can be procured 
the finest and best cooked Oysters, Steaks and Chops 
in town. Terrapins and the choicest brands of 
Wines and Liquors a specialty. Charges moderate 
O. M. Hepburn, the new proprietor, invites the 
public to L -ive the "Old Mint" a trial 8-t 



Holiday Cr.nX 'lonery. 

A tine assort] of holiday candies and new 

styles of Christmas tree trimmings, fancy boxes, 
c«dtume bon-bons, cornucopias, sugar fruits and 
anc." articles just received at J. Vogelejr & 
Brothers, late of the Mechanics' Fair of 1S74, 26 
Second street) be: Irani Hotel. 



Sacerdotal ITllarify. 

Brother Beecher is a philosopher, as well 
as a preacher. He is evidently convinced 
that forensic subtlety hassucceeded, at last, 
in getting his "little unpleasantness" into 
such a condition of legal bedevilment that 
it becomes superfluous in him to monopo- 
lize, any longer, that u leasy seat of his "on 
the ragged edge of despair." In a recent 
Friday evening's talk he remarked : "We 
are not to walk in such fear of collision as 
shall make us narrow, timid, and, in some 
sense, unbold. One must always take a 
cheerful view of things." This is echoing 
Mark Tapley's sentiment rather closely for 
even a clergyman with patent elastic 
religious principles, since Mark proposed to 
be "jolly" under the most adverse circum- 
stances; still, as as we said before, it is phil- 
osophical, if not pious, and is much more 
practical than all the "paroxysmal" non- 
sense ever ejaculated by "passional attrac- 
tionists." 



A \ctt Idra. 

A customer asked a Teutonic waiter in a 
Kearny-street restaurant, a few days ago, 
if he could be served with roast lamb. The 
reply was favorable, and the man then 
wanted to know if there was any mint sauce 
to be had with it. The waiter said yes, but 
upon consultation with the cook, found that 
he was mistaken. Not willing to admit 
that the establishment was deficient in any 
particular in the eating line, the waiter then 
informed the visitor that the mint sauce was 
all out, but that he could give him some 
nice mince pie if he desired it. 



Coins a Little too Far. 

A Portland man, standing on a hotel 
piazza smoking, who had the cigar shot 
out of his mouth, was not disposed to 
grumble until a fellow ruBhed up to him 
and offered to bet two to one that he could 
do it again. Then he took off his coat and 
vest and mauled that man, and stepped on 
him, And rolled him over, and finally 
jammed him into a post hole before he felt 
just right. 



A Venerable Theatre-goer. 

The Boston Courier says : 

An old gentleman, apparently seventy 

years old, or thereabouts, called at one of 

the theatre ticket-offices last Friday and 

requested permission to return two tickets 

purchased for that evening. "I got them 

for father," he said, "and he does not feel 

well enough to venture out." It would be 

interesting to know how old his father is. 
■» - ■ ... — 

Wonderful Effects of Esre-Xop. 

Dan De Quille says folks may talk about 
opium-eating, the effects of hasheeBh, and 
all that sort of thing, bat a common, 
smooth, aromatic egg nog beats anything 
he has yet encountered. He declares that 
just a few egg-nogs, he thinks not more 
than eight or ten, will make a man believe 
he is the bulge of the big bonanza. 



The Young Nan from the Fast. 

" Im a stranger in this city, 
I'm lately from the East, 
And mighty fond of oysters; 
Where can I get a feast? 
I've been to all the restaurants, 
But nowhere could I find, 
A plate of Eastern oysters, 
Of the old fashioned kind." 

"Weft, I can tell you," said his friend, 

' Exactly where to go. 

And where to get your oysters, 

Direct from where they grow. 

Just take a atr<-!l down PINT: STREfTT, 

At 419. opposite the Market, 

You'll see asiE-n, 'THE SADDLE ROCK, 

You can't fail to remark it. 

"Emerson Con-iUc keeps the place, 

The l>est saloon in town. 

There you can get your oysters raw, 

Or fried so crisp and brown. 

He's the larpest ovster dealer 

On the Pacific Coast, 

And that he keeps the freshest 

Has ever been his boast. 

"lie's got nice little private rooms. 
Where you can sit at ease, 
And eat your California stew, 
• Or Eastern if yon please. 

All tlio voting men of fashion go 
Right to the SADDLE ROCK, 
To eat their EASTERN OYSTERS 
And drink their Rhenish hock." 



The Mason & Hamlin Organs are acknowledged 
to be the mop" powerful, at the same time giving 
forth the sweei^tt tone oi any other, fclohler, 



Santa Clans 

Is not a myth if New Year's candies of every 
kind, shape and color (both home-made and im- 
ported), is any proof of the existence of the time- 
honored deity, of presents for littie ones. In fact, 
George Haas & Co., No. 20 Kearny street, has fac 
similes of Santa Claus (in Candy) that are really 
good enough to eat. His holiday stock of home- 
made candies and bon-bon boxes cannot be ex- 
celled invwheTft as a visit to his store will show. E 



Married Couples. 

If you see a gentleman and lady disagree 
upon trifling occasions, or correcting each 
other in company, you may be assured they 
have tied the matrimonial noose. 

If you see a Bileut pair in a car or stage 
lolling carelessly one at each window, with- 
out seeming to know they have a compan- 
ion, the sign is infallible. 

If you see a lady drop her glove, and a 
gentleman by the side of her kindly telling 
her to pick it up, you need not hesitate in 
forming your opinion; or. 

If you see a Jady presenting a gentleman 
with anything carelessly, her head inclined 
another way, and speaking to him with in- 
difference; or, 

If yon meet a couple in the fields, the 
gentleman twenty yards in advance of the 
lady, who perhaps, is getting over a Btyle 
with difficulty, or picking her way through 
a muddy path; or, 

If you t»ee a lady whose beauty and ac- 
complishments attract the attention of 
every gentleman in the room but one, you 
can have no difficulty in determining their 
relationship to each other — the one is her 
husband. 

If you see a gentleman particularly cour- 
teous, obliging and good-natured, relaxing 
into smiles, saying smart things, and toy- 
ing with every pretty woman in the room 
excepting one, to whom he appears particu- 
larly reserved, cold, and formal, and is un- 
reasonably cross — who thatoneisnobody can 
be at a loss to discover. 

If you Bee an old couple jarring, cheek- 
ing, and thwarting each other, differing in 
opinion before the opinion is expressed, 
eternally anticipating and breaking the 
thread of each other's discourse, yet UBing 
kind words, like honey bubbles floating on 
vinegar, which soon are overwhelmed by 
the preponderance of the fluid; they are, 
to all intents, man and wife !— it is impos- 
sible to be mistaken. 

The rules above quoted are laid down as 
infallible in just interpretation — they may 
be reported to with confidence; they are 
upon unerring principles, and deduced from 
every-day experience. 



The Green Boom. 

This popular resort of the profession and all 
epicures who can appreciate good liquors and a 
good lunch, is directly opposite the California The- 
atre. It has just been beautifully frescord and is 
now a modle of taste and elegance. Everybody 
goes to the Green Room between the acts. x 



Something Elegant. 

The largest and most magnificent assortment of 
Jewelry and Silver-ware, can bo found at Messrs. 
Vanderslice & Co. No. 136 Sutter street. l 



The Decker Grand Piano is the Kixo of all oth 
ers, without exception. Kohler, Chase & Co. 
Agents, 633 Clay street. ( C 1 A "^ 



Medical Wonder. 

The great cure for rheumatic and other pains, 
colds, sprains, etc. For sale everywhere. l 



Pianos to rent from $i to 810 per month, by 
Kohler, Chase & Co., No. 633 Clay street. w 



NEW ADVERTISEMENTS 



BANK OF THE 



WESTERN SAVING'S 



M.\ FBAXC1SCO, JAA', 4, 1875. 

Depositors' Dividend. 

The Directors, of this Corporation hare 

this day declared the semi-annual dividend, at the 
rate of ten (10) per cent, per annum on Term De- 
posits and eight (8) per cent, on Ordinary Deposits, 
payable on and after January 10th, 1875, at the office 
of the Bank, northeast corner of Post and Kearny 
streets. F. OLAT. 

jaMm Vice-President and Cashier. 







mm'?. 



OVERLAND HOUSE, 

Sacramento St., Near Montgomery. 

The Best and Cheapest FURNISHED 

ROOMS in San Francisco. With or without board. 
J. E. SLINKEY, Proprietor. 
N. B, Also Proprietor of "BON TON" Saloon, 
California Theatre, Bush street. de29 



REMOVAL NOTICE. 

The Land Mor.cace (Union and SnTlnas 

Bank of California, have removed from l&j POST 
STREET to their New Building. 534 CALIFORNIA 
STREET. Comer of "Webb. 

J. Bt, FISH. President. 

Directors,— Asa Harker, Q, Main, A. Hemme, 
John Morton, John M. Johnson, Thos, R. Hayes 
J. H, Fish. 

no30-lm JOHN T. CARTER, Secretary. 



PINE EVERGREENS, 

Wreathts andStreamers 

Adjoining Snow «fc May's Picture Store, 

011 Morton street, near Kearny, by 
de29-tf G EBATiPORn 



HORTICULTURAL HALL. 

WINTER GARDEN. 

(Stookton Street, between Poet and gutter Streets. 

Saturday, January 23d. 
GREATER JTHAN EVER. 

THIRD GRAND 

C O 8 IM O P O L I T A N 

i»Riza 

Bal Masque! 

Look at the Creat List of 
Attractions. 

FULL BALLET CORPS 

Under the direction of the- Charming 
Danseuae, 

Miss A.M.Y BENNETT 

Will perform in OLD ENGLISH MORRIS 
DANCE. MAYPOLE DANCE, 
PARISIAN LADIES' 
QUADRILLE. ■ 

Grand Pageant Procession I 

Presenting A 

CONGRESS OF ALL RATIONS I 

Allegorical and Realistic, introducing 

XjIx-r-l-B-xs Animals, 

The Buffalo of the West; the Camel of the East 
Our Darwinian Ancestry. Grand Chariots and 
Horses, Rich Appointments, Elaborate and Mag- 
nificent Costumes, forming a noble picture oi unpar- 
alleled richness and splendor. 

QUADRILLE DISLOQUE ! 

(Original) 
By the Disjointed Troupe of Dancer* ! ! 

SCHMIDT &~SCHL0TrS 

GRAND ORCHESTRA OF 80 PIECES, 

Six Valuable and Artistic Prizes 

Will be awarded as follows : 

TO LADIES— The. Handsomest Costume; the 
Most Correct Historical UoBtume; the Most Original 
Costume. 

TO GENTLEMEN— Costume and the best sus- 
tained Original Character; the most correct Shakes- 
perian Costume and Character ; the most eccentric 
Costume and Character. 

LADIES' PRIZES. 

Superb Oxide Silver Casket, covered with elabo- 
rate and artistic coverings in baa relief. 

Elegant Bohemian Glass Toilet Set, richly colored 
and gilt, with fine enamelled medallions on each 
piece. 

Full Size Quarto Morocco Alburn, richly orna- 
mented and giit. 

•CENTLEME.VS PHIZES. 

Monster Meerschaum Pipe of great value. 
Handsome Brunze Carved Inkstand, 
Tortoise shell Cigar Cases. 

&W The Prizes will be exhibited one week before 
the Ball 

Special XUotloe. 

The immense success of the COSMOPOLITAN 
BAXS MASQUES has induced some unscrupulous 
speculator to filch, and use the title, in advertising 
some low third-class Ball The public is hereby cau- 
tioned that the only genuine andsuccessiulCOtiMO- 
POUTAN BALS MASQUES have been, and will 
be given, at Horticultural Hall, under tha direction 
of SAM GENESE, 

TICKETS, TWO DOLLARS. 

Double Ticket, admitting Lady and Gentleman, 
Three Dollars. ja2 




Crowded Day and Nightly. The Enter- 



prising proprietors of the Southern Pacific Oyster 
House nave added additional neat and private 
rooms to their establishment, retaining their ever- 
popular prices. These popular refreshment rooms 
are on Summer street, below Kearny, between Cal- 
ifornia and Pine. de24-3m. 



MONEY TO LOAN I 

IPOX STOCKS, BONDS, BE AL ESTATE, 

LIFE INSURANCE POLICIES, AND ALL 
OTHER GOOD OOLLATEBALS, BY 

JOHN T. LITTLE, 

de31-lni 4055 CALIFORNIA STREET. 

SAVE YOUR MONEY. 

For all kind or Howard and 

Walthani Watches at Manufacturers' 
Prices— Cases guaranteed 18 karat gold— go 
to P. HOFLENG Sole Agent In San Fran- 
cisco, comer Third and Market Streets, Nucleus 
Hotel, All lands of Solid Jewelry made to-order 
and for sale. Diamonds set and for sale at the low- 
est living prices Manufacturing and Rspairing 
done' de!5-3m 



North Carson S. M. Go. 

OFFICE OF COMPANY 

Boom 14, No. 302 Montgomery St. 

Location of Mine, 

Eacle Valley, on the toiu*tnek Bane*, 

and about three miles from American Flat. Detail 
maps on file at the office. de26-tf 

I>r. C. C. O'DONNEIX, Office aad Real* 

dense 835 Kearny, near Jackson up stairs: Gradu- 
ate of Dartmouth College, and late Surgeon in the 
TJ. ■■$. Army. Treats office patients for a fee of 81; 
Visits, ^1 oO; Medicines free; Obstetrical coses $15. 



PACIFIC MAIL 

STEAMSHIP CO. 

For China and Japan. 



I/eare Wharf corner First and 

Branaan- Streets every alternate SAT. 
TJBDAY, at Noon, for 

YOKOHAMA and HONG KOStf 

Oennecting at Yokohama with Company's Brantf^ 
Line for Shanghae via Hiogo and Nagasaki 

For Itfe-mr York 

VIA PANAMA. 

Steamers leave at 12 M. every alternate "tyTZDNRS- 
DAY, connecting via Panama Railroad with em of 
the Company's Steamers from Aspinwall to Wew 
zone. 

for x*^.xarjxn&j*k. 

Calling at all the Californian, Mexican and Center 
American Porta. Steamers leave at 12 o'clock ao-ant 
every alternate THURSDAY. 

SSif Through tickets seld to and from LIVER. 
POOL, QUEEN8TOWN, SOUTHAMPTON. BRB 
REEN, BREST, HAVRE. HAMBURG, STETTTJI 
COPENHAGEN and NORWAY. 

Each ship carries an experienced Surgeon. U«dX- 
cal attendance free. 

For Santa Barbara, San Pedro, Los 
Angelos, Anaheim & San Diego. 

Steamers leave at 9 o'clock A_ H. 

For SAN BUENAVENTURA and HUJfflMM Bff 
calling at intermediate points, Steamer «"i« at ft 
o'clock p. m. 

NO EXTRA CHARGE for Meals or Stateroema. 

For Dates of Sailing see Daily Papers. 

Apply for freight or passage at the 

Pacific Mail Steamship Co's 

Corner Lcidesdorfi and Saenunento Sta. 

dei-ti jiNNmoa a, cox, Agat. 



S. F. and N. P. K. R. Co. 



On and after December, lS74**tlie &_ 

ANTELOPE, Capt. WARNER, will leave San I 

Cisco daily (Sundays excepted) from Front andGrt 

street Wharf at 2:00 o'clock, P. M. r , connecting at 
Donahue's Landing with the cars for Petaiunm. 
Santa Rosa, Heaidsburg, Cloverdale; also with 
with stages for Sonoma, Tiki ah, Point Arena, Mm 
docino, Labeport, Clear Lake, and for the popular 
Springs of Mark West, Bartlett, Highlands, Skaar*. 
and the great natural wonder, the GEYSERS. »»- 
turning, the cars will leave Cloverdale at 6 A M.« 
connecting at Donahue Landing with the steamer, 
and arriving at San Francisco at 11:15. 

The shortest, quickest and best route to tbm 
GREAT GEYSERS-W. 0. VAN ARNAM * 
KENNEVS Stage Route. 

No freight can be received after 1:30 o'clock P. It 

For further information apply at Companr"! oAm 
436 Montgomery street. 

P. DONAHUE, Pie-aden* 
F. H. GB-RDES, 

DolO-tf General Passenger and Ticket A 



Dividend Notice. 
SECURITY SAVINGS BANK 

213 SANSOME STREET. 



The Board of Directors hare decIarcoC 
a Dividend to Depositors for the Term ending De- 
cember 31st, 1874, at- the rate of Nine (9) per eentL 
per annum on Term Deposits and Seven and oner- 
half (74), per cent, per annum on Ordinary Depo*rt«-» 
free of Federal Tax, payable on and' after Janoarjr 
13th, 1875. JOHN PARKOTT, 

ia2-lw -rmmmm 



Dividend Notice. 

THE GERMAN SAVINGS AND LOAN SOC/1' 

The. Board of Directors have declared! 

the dividend for the current half year ending De- 
cember 31st, 1874, at the rate of nine (9) per cent, 
[i or annum on Term Deposits, and seven andene.- 
half (7i .1 per cent, on Ordinary Deposits, free of Fede- 
ral tax, and payable on and after January 15th. 

By Order. GEO. LETTS. 

de31-2w SeentMT- 



Dividend Notice. 

SAN FRANCISCO SAVINGS UNION, NO. 53Z 
CALIFORNIA ST., CORNER; WEBB. 

For tbe lialf year ending n llh Decent* 

ber 31st, 1874, a dividend has been declared at lbs 
rate of nine (9) per cent per annum on Term He- 
posits, and seven and one-half (74) per cant on Or- 
dinary Deposits, free of Federal tax, payable aa. 
and after January 13tb, 1875. 

Per order LOVELL WHITE, Caahier. 
de29-lm 

S. CHESTS! EISIE^ 

[Late- Stage Manager of Magnire's New The- 
atre, formerly Business Manager and Agent 
ef Strakosch-NilsBon Concert, Marefk 
Italian Opera. Grau's Opera Botiffe. 
Wyndham Comedy Comp'y, Jane 
Coombes' Comedy Company, 
etc. etc.J 

Bees to Inform the Profession and _ _ 

lie that he is prepared to organize, manage and. 
range on moderate terms 

Concerts, Benefits, Thearic aU, 

Amateur Performances, 

Tableaux, etc. 

And Entertainments of all loads, PUBLIC AND 
PRIVATE, to furnish, if reuuired. 

Professional Aid, Costumes, Properties 
Accessaries. 

To give attention to proper and suitable rmblicirji 
advertising, etc. 

Parties undertaking any kind of Amusement, ■n- 
tertainmeats, will save money and sacure eMvaanag 
by entrusting their business to 

Address: Masnirc's New Theatre. 

23T Artiste will oblige by forwarding names, spe«&- 
altiee and addresses. ocl&tt* 




CLAY- STR 1 
RI0INC AOADEMYt 

8U* Clay Street, or. 
Stockton. 

This iB ttab most eltvanb 

and oommodioas 



dice 



teaching tori tin en. 



A. MARSHALL PropTirtttfc 



THE HOUSEHOLD FURNISHING COL. 

328 PINE STKEET. SAN FRANCISCO. 



Tinned, Planisbrd, Japanned. 

aod Rattan Ware, Brass, Copper, Flre-GHt sad 

Plated Goods. 

Ornamental and Artistic Household 






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SAW nUXCOCO, II'UD*T, jaxiait v una. 



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$ Hals! Hats! Hats! $ 




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MAGUIKFS 1TEW THEATRE. 







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IN TH81R CELEBRATED ROMAN STATUS* 

pbell, the Favorite Dramatic Basso, 

II m Im ayv 1 o»p««t»lIT tnpamial. la» rhararW of IW' III 

in aranai. iwnt >m «*a*» i«nn> aae- «i»i» itiutn, rtuiN i> iu tbk 

m~— lUUI irr Vtn »< »« ».»r ni -lX M lb» rv.»l. »r «•■ rraarl.^.. 



BUCKLEY'S NEW VARIETY 

TBBATRV. 

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Immo 



OUt) CRAND COMBINATION r 

(lomUrliaf of a Trvup* of Artwu UimquoIM in 
MliKlrcUi , Kline Burlmque 

OR Hit: TM II. Ml SK.13ATIII* 

See Oar Programme for this Night Only' 

THIS EVENING ™ JANDARY 4 



<l in«i!ii.i 1 ■> -li !«»«•. .Inniiiir.T «»th. f'ni.1 lively I nm INtiftit 

0( OV iM Sp»ewle. •nUttad TIIK 



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£R€.ftAg£TE 



i f t Trmtkft, lubt, airr. ( ■■*■■■.« • . 
r mm* of taate a»d fiiataa; 
ffflU tor f ■ •: :r*-« brifffal »n 1 joll r ; 
i fatiaoaa »*Uar), 



Hat* **• tomfWrn ■ 
ti«ti rata ,»r>-i. ia •t>>rm« unfailing; 

>«**• r ■ r . 

»w jui-l r*caver; 
•At *>*»-<->*, w#v frwrr. 

- «fa*aayj waaariar p 

it at race*; 
i ■ 
r «ro:*> ■!{ vrilil *.i\ tmtun. 

M Obtained at Tho 



GREAT I X L 

\xotion House, 



616,618 and 620 
-'IDAS 

KJUKNY ST., COB. COMMERCIAL, 




CHARACTERS Of THE PROL.OC.irK. 

IU .1 I HFRVF 

Its 



IIMUKO 



WAl.Tkil 



II 






Til. rcrlarauum will CoaUDeno. wIUi a 

FIRST PART OF WIT. SONG AND FDR 

nnWili« with lb. VARlaTY WALK AIM 



iNTaaiino. 



L.vi.oy <3.1 taolree. 

i Morllmon.. 



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"JUS A 

:i|n 



IN THE DRAMA 

VI Mia IHil'F. 

M! nWFI.l 

MIKS KSTHFK Wll.l.lvMtt 

1..IIN K Hill 

TI1IIMAH WlilFFKN 



Scsne Ist.-Deckof the Pirate Ship. 



ACT I. (A Lapw of F1fU"-m Year* I W'KN'R 1 Hotint 
■ellr-oii. An HrrmlUir f>f Our Utli tn tlir Wood*. 
rtUKVK t-Tkr riralc's Carers. 9CKXE 3 -Abode of 
ihr rnrhsntrr*.: Grand Ilia m Inn ted Croftae* ! 

ACT -'- STKNE l Vestibule nl the Recent** Pal' 
ace. 6CKNK 2 Thr TrntofXTlvlo. st.'KXK 3.-«;rand 
< on (1 nitration ! Ru ruins of the KeapBlltan Fleet. 
tn V.SV. 4 t.raud Hull of Honor In the Rosen t'» Pal- 
ace. Illuminated Palare. Grand Maflqacrade 1 
i.r.iml l-i'ioiriun let. SCENE 5 -Hall of Myrtle*. 
•K'KNK 6 -npctlaltr Arts; Pan de Hrul, l»y H1m Amy 
Itruni il. Si. PalrlrkS Day Parade. Soman 9tat- 
nr-t. silver Clog, Brllle Deavea. Giraffe Dance. 
Grand March. 

ACT S.-SCEHE 1 -A Lonely Sicilian Ian. 80KNE 
TT- The Grand Traa* formation Hcene. 



... . S MAYHKI.I. 

f\IT\IV (IF THE r.UAKl* M EI.l.MuRF 

MUMBA .FUMi^ 

MIS3ES DKAVKH u.-l SMITH 

PIK8T (TTTlZKrf D. J StlKKWooD 

tllL-iT iiFFIUKR .M FKB.VKY 

i>Mm:srn mi >h . nnnoiiii. 
OhorOB and Holo, "By tho Olittoriat Star*." Niimio" ftnd Plraton; 
Prayer »nl Pin»lo. ' Thou who wlicn windi, 4c." P»chuco, 
Nuffiir* aiid PlraUw. 

ACT I. Invocation of OreeV P«aaftntry. "Bond Iwforr high 
a, Sonjcand Chorus, "Sho U aoeo," Pacheco and Poanots- 
Rook, "I T^tVQ llor," Syhio; Solo and Chorus, "flomrados and 
FrieIlllA,■' Nuguo* and PLraUx; "The WftUav Dream. 1 * Bylrlo; 
Pirates" ChoniA, "Krer be Uappv." Plratos; Flnalo, Btulla, Fa- 
Obeoo and Ctiorus, 

ACT 2.— Grand Aria. "TJn (Kilo en Maschera," Stella; Olee. 
"Drown la tbe Mantllns Qhus," Soldiers; Song, "Woman's 
heart," Stella; Carnival Chorus, "Honor and Homage," Mas- 
quer&dcra- Li'sond. "The young Kadir." Stella; Duett. "Nipht 
tn Venice." Sylrto and Stella; Duett. Zenofoco and KnJ 
Medley. laisslUa; Bnliad; Iniayltla; Patrick's Day Parade. Zeno- 
foco and Inlsstlla; Finale, Stella, Pacheco, Syhio and Chorus. 

ACT 3.— "Let ail Obey :" Chorus, "Hither wo come," Pirates ; 
Celebrated Variations, Stella. 

CUORIIK. — TaNOns — jnhn Trehalne, A. Cohen, J. Haw- 
kins, L, S. Clark, A. Caulfletd. -T. T. Swift. BAsaoa-H. F. 
Edwards, J. Uarrls, A. Bark. J. Dauphin, P. Loom is 



IN 



The Domestic Drartm, 



snna n nd I 

l.llllll.l 

lerio-4 umlr Komi ■ 
Kona 

Kim |>> -*'>'<* 

Coinlr ■tent 



John mrllT 

... katlr Z«o 

Ida run 

Unlllr litForrrvt 
i hnrlry Nlrkesvont 

Iivnnj TtrhMler 



Goat Island. Ghost, 



HI. 1 ' ir.iv 
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Sons 

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llr.Ii it. Ihr -.illil 

lur.il I. cms 

Ilnlrh MMiliiltlr« 
Ilnlliid 



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. Hmtt ll...»»jr 

..., I.irrli Willis 
. ..NuiKlr KrrHfr 
lluuhrr RohlaiwK . 

llllr Itlii.rk* 

Hurry Ikrv.r 

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DENTIST SHOFi 

Hugbey Robinson And C. Niekeraoa 

Hone Katie loo 

Tlr.il, y Hona Ida Flsk 

Vorallnm Carrie WUlan 

Fancy Dance ....Maffgle Brewer 

Comic Ditty Fanny Trcbater 



Ororture., 



.Orchestra 



To conclude with the Laughablo Sketch, entitled 

& O 3E3EO OL. 

School master Prank Mortimoro 

Putsy Bolkar Tohn Rally 

Sim Dipsoy Harry Dover* 

Rest of Characters by the entire Compauy. 

PRUTS OF ADMISSION. 

Parquette 25 centa | Boxes $3 50 and 13 00 



WIXjBI AV^T , 
DENTIST. 

11 ID RKHOTED His OF1KK 

-j from No. 8 Kearny St. 
!0a Market stMct, ot«r Wldbur'sdrug 
delt-lm 



A Great 
Variety of 



*mts 




^a$s 



In Great 
"Variety. 
A I thp UL AUCTION HODHE, Noh. 016. 618 and 630 kKAKVV STREET, Corner Commerelal. 



CANDIES. 

All Hinds of the Finest Candy Made 

at our Steam Candy Factory daily. Ail orders, es- 
pecially from the country, are solicitod and will ba 
promptly attended to. 

Canty at Wanner. 
au!5 107 Montgomery Street, near Sutter. 



My Authorized Agents on this Coast 

FOB THE CELEBRATED 

''Grand Duke Alexis Ties" 

....A»D THE.... 

". ALLIGATOR TIES" and "GAITERS," 

THE HOST OOHTOBTABLE, 
ind Fashionable Shoes tn Town. 




J*««»'T «malnr (.mvillllkl; ALK\IS|TII« 

'"Jr* ""• Thf X.ali.1 .ail ni»l I< iimfortabli- 

ijHTL!!?""' Ev,r OB '« ^ » ,, «• «»« »«■> rrnncl,™ 
raiNte-wllh the Fun in KliMtle Uorln*. 

Btomt QMNlTUiIB UNLXSS STAMPED WITH 



THIS MONOGRAM 




ON EACH [SHOE. 



I"* 1 * t:«m xia-ncrjaaT, 
Oieapest and Best Selected Stock 

Orau'. ladies', Mi,,,,' M 4 infant "i 

SOOTS and SHOES 

BTIB OIVERID IN 8AH »BAH0t80 

I jaiATa-ARD & Mh-ES, 2SB X.arny Strsat. 





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Iht Cheapest Place in the City to Bay 

TOTS, SOILS, HAIR GOODS, 

Jewelry, Stntionery, 

ZEPHYR WOOL. OXOVES, HOSIERY. RIBBONS. 

FLOWERS. FEATHERS, Eta, Etc 



1,000 Human Hair Snltchm, 1,1111c Hair Outride, 

$1.00, s.'.ou, #3.r>o, *.-,.o(>, #11.00. 

SOO Iliimun niilr Mwllrhoi. nil I.iiiik lliiir. 89.50, 

SS.00, #0.110, #12.00, #15.00, #30.00, #35.00. 
1,000 Human Hair Hid. Curl... .#1.00 and upward. 
Dwliclir. made of Cambnun. 25 la 50 r In. per oaui*. 



N. B. Tho Wow York Store haa been Ertab- 

Uabad for Yeai-m, and in tbe Leadlns 

One in tbe City. 

MO BSAIfCH MTOBE.H. SOODB KEKT C O. D. 
.aV. 13. SAMPSON, 

110 Second Street, 



>- MANUFACTURE 
r^^hiih^ 

mgttggSSSSs. 

fflPDRTERErf 







I=»uauC3IF'I<Z3 



ISSUED EVERY TUE8DAY. 

FOURTH YEAR OF PUBLICATION. 

Publishes all the California Supreme 
Court Reports. 

Only Lethal Journal Published Wesi 
of the Mississippi. 

IT HAS KF.4F.IVRI> THE CORBIAL E.VDOK8EHENT 
OF IBB rBOFEASION AS A 

RELIABLE AND INDISPENSABLE AID TO 

THE PRACTICAL LAWYER. 
1 p B n»i B nir S Pnhi«.w 



C9 



BOOTS AND SHOES. 
Grand Opening. 

Owing to the IncreaHcd Demand for 

liia celebrated perfect- fitting Boots and Shoes, P. 
KELLY, the Prize Bootmaker, XUi Bush street, haa 
been compelled to open a Branch Store at No. 134 
Kearny, where can be found tbe Quant display in toa- 
dty. 



NO. 



.EI 

PRIZE BOOTMAKER, 

335 BUSM STREET. 

lilt I M II IIOIISF,: 



124 



Kearny 

flolG 



Street. 



FREE AND EASY 



4* 



L.OO P*. 



•OI M111IO.il UTKEKT. 

Near SefliMid, 

E-vei-v Saturday IVlfrht . 

THOS. WILD, Chalrawa. 
Until Farther Notio*. 
All the latent Bongs next fi.tunldf Nijhfc 
T. AliLESA MILD. 



1874 -TAXES. --1875 

SPECIAL. NOTICE. 

For the accomznooailan of t haae wha 

cannot attend dtuing the day, tbe 

TAX-COLLECTOR'S OFFICE 

Will be kept noon WKDN BSU A V ami H ATU BDAT 
KVEMINOa. ftom 7 to 9 ooloci, until Uic FIBUT 
MONDAY OF JANUARY. 11175. 

A. AVBTIN, 



X 3C Q-AJ E1.0 

TB~ ORGAN OF AMUSEMENTS. 



shed Erecr Day In the Tear, by 

4T- jl- BOOAHDU8, 

632 Merchant and 537 Washington Sts. 
Selow Montgomery, Sao Francisco. 



TUESDAY JANUARY 5 



Amusements. Etc. 

•»era Doiuc. 

At the Princess's Theatre, Globe Theatre and we 
bcljr*« one Other in London a t rarest™ of "Hamlet" 
forms a portion of the entertainment just no*. 
Tbc Opera House wu perfectly thronged la*t night 
hy fun loving people anxious to see Ben Cotton in 
the character of Hamlet. Ben prored to them that 
lie oould spout with the best of the them, J. E. 
*K«nb)eae the wicked King.E. linden as the Queen, 
JfciHy Arlington as the fair Ophelia, Charley Kboades 
an the Ghost, Billy Rice as the firey young Laertes 
and othrcs in appropriate characters made the audi- 
ence laugh until their sides were sore. Wc believe 
there U more laughing done at the Opera House be- 
tween the hours of 8 and 10 P. m,. than takes place 
anywhere eb<e In the world in the same space of 
time. "Hamlet" and many other attractions will be 
presented tc-nfght. 
Mam I re \ New Theatre. 

'The Enchantress" with all its attractions of fine 
music, sweet singing, beantlfnl scenery and lively 
variety business, will be retained on the stage only 
two nights more, to-night and to-morrow night 
Those who have not yet seen it, should lose no 
time in paying a visit to Haguire's New Theatre. 

Calft/ornla Theatre. 

The production of "Macbeth" at this house last 
sight drew a large audience. Mr. MoCullougha 
aj i mperaonation of the title role, did not differ from 
ft lat of former years, save in the banqueting scene. 
This he has muco improved. The ghost of Banquo 
does not appear, save to Macbeth, but Mr. McCuJ- 
lough by his clover acting in this particular soene 
mad* the audience feel that to Macbeth the appari- 
tion was a horrible reality. Miss Bella Pateman 
gave an intelligent rendition of the character of 
.Lady Macbeth, but was lacking in the tragic power, 
requisite to a proper realization of the role. How- 
ever, as the Aita says: "Miss Bella Pateman s 
Lady Macbeth was a superb triumph from first to 
last." we suppose it doesn't matter much what any- 
one else says. Barton Hill dressed the character of 
Macduff superbly, and played it with great spirit. 
Oat- of thebestaeted scenes in the play was that in 
the fourth act, between Macduff, Malcolm, (Nelson 
IHrtkex], and Boase (T. W. Keene). The last named 
gentleman took a "email part," by his own choice, 
and showed the audience that it could be made a 
great one. At the conclusion. Barton Hill, T. W. 
Keene and Nelson .Decker received a most enthu- 
siastic call before the curtain, Henry Edwards acted 
Banquo excellently well, the witches were well rep- 
resented by fiobert Pateman, J. P. Burnett, E- N. 
Thayer and others; the whole of Locke's music was 
sung. "Macbeth" will be played to-night and again 
Jo-morrow night. On Thursday evening "The Wife" 
win be presented. 
Caxiarlmrs Royal Italian Circus. 

The new programme presented last night by Signer 
Ghiarinl, is the best given during the season. The 
"Grand Fox Hunt Cavalcade" entree showed the 
equestrian abilities of the company to the best ad- 
vantage; and .the ring performance by the trained 
Guanaca, is something that can be seen in no other 
circus. The double bar act by Frank Clifton and 
Gaston, the bare-backed equestrian act by Senorita 
Helen Cuba, Signor Farrantfs graceful contortion 
a t. and Signor Chiarini exercises with his beautiful 
trained Belmont Colt, "Othello," were all encored. 
The change in clowns is also an improvement. 
The "Flight of Apollo," a wonderful display of borse- 
Aianship on six barebacked steeds by Theodore Cuba 
was a very ultiug finale to an excellent programme. 
Buckley's Xcw Variety Theatre. 
A very lively bill consisting of first part. Bongs, 
acts and dances will be performed at this house to- 
night. Miss Katie Zoe, Miss Ida Fisk. Mies Maggie 
Brewer, Frank Mortimore and many other popular 
favorites will appear, 

■Woodward * Garden*. 

Moris Joseph who fires a 600 pound cannon on hiB 
shoulder*, has made quite a bit, and will appear 
again on Saturday and Sunday, also Miss Oceania 
in banjo solos and dances, the variety troupe 
will also appear. 
Vote** 

The funeral ceremonies over the body of William 
Barry, the comedian, which took place yesterday, at 
the Masonic Temple were attended by a large nrurn- 
ber of the profession and over fifty carriages fol- 
lowed the body to the cemetery Henry Edwards 
made an appropriate and deeply touching speech In 
the Temple, and the "■'" E "- g by the choir was most 
hnpresafTCL 

Mrs. Judah is going to play Widow Melnotte to- 
night, at Piatt's Hall, for the benefit of the Protest- 
ant Orphan Asylum. The public are always so glad 
to see Mm Judah on the stage, thai there will doubt- 
less be a good house. Mr. Brookes will play Claude, 
and Mrs. EUnn wfl] make her debut in the charac- 
ter of Pauline There will be a large and fashion- 
able attendance. 

Miss Clara Morris will make her first appearance 
at the California Theatre on the 18th in "Camille." 
Mrs. Rousby made her appearance at the Lyceum 
Theatre. New York, last night, and made a hit. 



A HEW YEA C'S Whfl. 

I ask one little boon 

Of the Mew Year : 
May 1 through all its days ■ 

Carry some cheer 
Tu those wbo ait in gloom. 

Weeping for loss ; 
To hearts that slowly break 

Under a cross. 

I who have left my dead. 

With none to care ; 
I wbo have wept alone, 

Facing despair — 
Would gladly sweeten lives, 

And make Itiem dear — 
This little boon 1 ask 

Of the New Year. 

They best can sene the gods, 

Their errands run, 
Who call no love their own, 

Under the sun. 
Let me bear hejn to want, 

And hope to fear : 
I aslc r.o other boon 

Of the Mew Year. 

— Aidine for January. 

A (.rare Danger From Materialization.- 

Max Adeler says : 

"Suppose that it is fact, as certain Spirit- 
ualists claim, that spirits are acquiring the 
power to reappear in botlily form, and to 
converse, to move, and to act, just as peo- 
ple do who are not dead, won't the conse- 
quences to the community be rather as- 
tounding ? I don't care so much for the 
theatres, for it may je convenient to have 
Shakspeare called on to play the ghost of 
"Hamlet,"' and to get some other obliging 
goblin to do the ghoaitof Banquo in "Mac- 
beth" but suppose, for instance, the Demo- 
crats of Danbury think they are going to 
run a little short of votes in an election, 
what is to prevent a Democratic medium 
from swooping a drag net through, purga- 
tory and snatching out six or seven hund- 
red departed voters ? And then suppose 
one of those materialized ghosts should 
make up his mind to become a candidate ! 
All the other spectres would support him, 
and be might be elected. 

George Washington, under such circum- 
atances, might run again for the Presidency 
and then we might have all the cemeteries 
unloading, and all the old politicians that 
had been resting under the Bod for ages, 
coming out and striking for fat jobs and 
sinecure offices. Politics will be mourn- 
ful for the living statesmen when the dead 
onea begin to bop about. And, besides, 
think of the condition of a man who has 
his third Br fourth wife, when her previ- 
ous spouses begin to materialize and come 
home again, won't domestic affairs in such 
a family become animated and exciting un- 
der the circumstances? And bow agonizing 
it will be for the heirs of rich fathers who are 
dead when they come around again and take 
charge of their property. The prospect 
that opens up as we contemplate the con- 
sequences of this materialization business 
is simply awf uL Wben a man is once really 
dead, he ought to be compelled to stay dead 
until the earth comes to an end. 



Johnny on ghaurlcs. 

Wen Mister Briley the butcher's son was 
home las Christmice be tole us a lot of 
things, cos be is a sailer, about wales, and 
nine fish, and sea serpence, and sharks, 
but moce about sharks, cos a shark et the 
nigger cook of the ship. He says wile the 
ship was anker at Soutbamten the cook 
was misen, and noboddy knew wot had be- 
come of bim, and while they was taklin 
about it the poseman come on the ship with 
a letter for the cook, and the captin said go 
away with it, be aint here, but a sailer 
wich haddent spoke tuched his hat and 
said give the letter to him and hede deliver 
it So it was give to the sailer, and be put 
a iern hook thru it, and let it down over 
the side of the ship with a rope and a big 
shark jumpt out of the water and snacht 
it like litenin it was done so quick. Then 
they boiled the Bhark on board, and wen it 
was cut open there was the nigger cook in 
its belly. Jack Briley he says wen the 
ship is becalm the sharks will come up to 
the top of the water, and role over on 
their backs as lazy as lords, and turn up 
their eys to the sailers very Iovin, like they 
said hallo, shipmate, wy dont you come 
down and lets have a good swim, but the 
sailers they kno how it wud be if they did. 
Once tber was one follerin a ship for 
some boddy to die, and the captin said Ide 
do for you, ole feller, and he fild a bag 
with broken bottles, and sode it up in can- 
vis like it was a ded boddy, and had the 
ship lay to, and musserd all hands, and 
had the chaplen read the berrial service. 
Wen it was done they slid the bag of 
broken glas off a plank, and the shark et it 
fore it got wet. Then they all laughft, but 
in a few minits the shark was a follerin on, 
like it did before, and a pickin its teeth 
like it had et a good dinner at its club, and 
a week after when the captin dide, and the 
berrial servie was read, there was that 
same ehaA af its ole place, takin an edi- 
fine intres in wot the chaplin was a saying. 
Thats all I kno about sharks, but you ot 
to see me eat a dumplin. 



A Lightning Calculator. 

"How much is your et4ck candy?" in- 
quired a boy of a can£ y dealer. "Six sticks 
for five cents." -'Six sticks for five cents, 
eh? No^ ( Ie'xne see. Six sticks for five 
cents, five for four cents, four for ctuee 
cents, three for two cents, two for one cent, 
one for nothin'— 111 take one." And he 
walked out, leaving the candy-man in a 
state of bewilderment 

= fl2Iii 

Looking nn Business. 

The New York 'j)iapateh says : A man 
who was observed to spend an entire day 
recently watching the evolutions of a party 
of boy skaters on a Brooklyn pond with a 
seemingly painful interest was discovered at 
last to be a coroner's clerk. 



The Sons of Sixpence. 

Mr. Tyler in his "Primitive Culture," 
thus applies to this work the law of the in- 
terpretation of myths : 

Obviously, the four-and-twenty black- 
birds are four-and-twenty hours, and the 
pie that holds them is the underlying earth, 
covered with the overarching sky : how true 
a touch of nature it is, when the day breaks 
the birds begin to sing ! The king is the 
sun, and his money is pouring out the sun- 
shine, the golden shower of Danae. The 
queen is the moon, and her transparent 
bouey the moonlight The maid is the rose- 
fingered dawn, who rises before the sun, 
her master, and hangs out the clouds, his 
clothes, across the sky. The particular 
blackbird who bo tragically ends the tale by 
snipping off her nose is the hour of sunset 

THE COLD SNAP. 

The bracing Winter days have come, 

The jolliest of the year ; 
When one prefers hot toddies to 

The amber Lager beer ; 
Boast-chestnuts take the place of fruit 

With hookers in the street, 
And Tom -and -Jerry odors bang 

Bound every one you meet. 



OPERA HOUSE. 

THOMAB MAGUIRE -_._ wr,™-™- __ 

PART FIRST— Grand Vocai and Instrnmental Concert. 

rNTEODOCTORY OVERTURE.. iJya.va-al» 

EALLAD-8UNNT DAYS WILL COME ' ' AG AI2J EMERSOOTAHS 

COMIC SOXG-KIBLN-G IS A SLEIGH J "" A " 1 --.J. M. DAVIS 

BALLAD-PUT ME IN JIT LITTLE BED' ¥ AKUEGTOIT 

COMIC BOSH-YANKEE LASSES "■ G w - HABLEY 

ballad-let all obey .;:.";:::::::.;;.\::.v. /.v... ■;;.;•. ■/.■.■.■::.\\;.:;x E <r E < oTsK 

Descriptive Finale THR FftKSHMAIS'S CLASS 

TERMINATING; WITH 
^ MISS SHERMAN'S Classical Representation of the GODDESS OF LIBERTY. 

TEE TRAlffSIT OP VEBTTJS 

PROF. B "-tV_BICE. 

bakotIu^ 



OLD MR. FOOZLE An Animal Tamer 

KITTLE Hie Daughser 

BAKNUM 

PETaf , }— TffoBad Boys....{; 



J. B. KEKBLE 

E. LINDEN 

-J- F. OBERIST 

W. ARLINGTON 

..BEN COTTON 



Dr. Doherty. 

Has devoted his study more particularly to 
chronic and specific practic, and as such is now 
Ihe most Buccesidul of any Physician in San Fran- 
JLaco. Offioe, 619 Sacramento street, comer of 
LektesdortT, a few doors below the What Cheer 

House, i 

Bnrkhardts MO Wellington street, 

French calf boots made to order (or fc; box toed 
Baiters made to order for $6; oxford tie shoes made 
to order for 96; boys* boots made to order for $t; 
and large assortment of boots and shoes, all ef 
Burkhardt's own make, at equally low sales, at 540 
Washington street. it 

Do Sot Sutler from Corns. 

The unfortunate sufferers from Corns, Bunions 
Club and Ingrowing Nails, can find instant relief 
by applying- at Dr. R. H. Cowan's Institute, re- 
moved to 212 Kearny street, from 1 to 6 p. n. We 
epeak from er -ience, having tested the Doctor's 
capability, i. _renee given if required. h 



A Natural ULstabe. 

A man registered as Heligolabulus San- 
tanter Barraclough at a hotel in Topcka, 
Kansas, and was immediately arrested as a 
lunatic and held in custody until he proved 
that the name was really his proper one. 



The WLater Styles. 

All the latest Winter style* of hat have been re~ 
eeivdrl and are now on view at "The" Hat Store, 
647 Washington street. The variety is very large, 
and the prices charged at this well-known estab- 
lishment are very reasonable. B, 



Charlotte Cushman 

Will not appear this season, but the disappolnt- 
i est is more than repaid by the beautiful display 
of Christmas G-r-oda at Mayers' Baxaar, corner 
Jd ontgomery and Pine 



Blankets and Flannels 

Well washed and not gpoUed, at the What Cheer 
laundry * 



The Anfclopc Oyster Douse. 

Our specialty, always the best oysters in market 
served op in the best style of cookin* Our 
Eastern transplanted oysters excel any other in 
market Established in 1S64. No. 012 Market 

near Montgomery. B 

• 

Clara Antonia, M. D., de Paris, Business and 
Medical Clairvoyant and Independent Trance Me- 
dium, 134* Post street, near Dupont. Correct di 
agnosia and special attention to the treatment o 
diseases. Consultations in French, German and 
English. ___ fc _ ^° 

Astonish... p. 

It is really astonishing, the low prices at which 
Zachariae, the jeweler, Bells his goods. Any one 
passing along Kearny street, near Sacramento. 
will be attracted by the magnificent display. ■ 



A Quiet Place. 

Cheyenne, CoL. ia a very sober andmoral 
town for that territory. A policeman has 
testified that only half of the inhabitants 
of the town are drunkTand disorderly by 
midnight. The other half, we suppose, wait 
till after midnight. 

Managers 

Of Amusements, Eaccurstons, Lectures, and 
Concerts, are directed to the splendid Printing 
Establishment of B. F, Sterett, 532 Clay Street, 
over the Ban Francisco Market, The largest Post- 
ers, in Plain or Fancy Colors, are turned out in 
the shortest possible space of time. Also, Beau 
bful Programmes, Tickets, etc, etc., printed to 
suit the most fastidious. Mr. Sterett keeps con- 
s'antly on hand a fine line of bright colored pa- 
pers of every shade, and the prices charged for 
these are very little in advance of plain white 
piper. Streamers of various Bizes, from 18 to 42 
inch letters, in stock, of all colors of paper and 
ink. Theatre Managers are especially invited to 
call for estimates. This well-known Printing House 
was established by the present proprietor in 1&50 
and has been in successful operation ever since 
_ S-cj 

Banker** Club House SnHKaocs. 

A delicouB table delicacy. They are made of 
dairy-fed pork, are admirably seasoned, and are 
as superior to the ordinary dry, tasteless saua 
age made of beef and perk mixed, as anything 
can be imagined. Made fresh every morning at 
Bunker's Stall, 74 and 75 California Market, Cali- 
fornia street entrance. Try them. §-b 

The original "Swain's Bakery" is now established 
in their magnificent new place at 213 Batter street 
near Centre Market, and has added a lunch room 
and ice cream saloon. This is their only place of 
business. 
Photographic " 

Edooart & Cobb SIM Kearney street, prodaee 
Pastel Paintings which are superior to either Oil 
x Water Colors. Enlargements in aM styles, gen- 
eral photographic work guaranteed. 9-bu 



Peace is Declared in all families who buy their 
furniture and bedding of J. A. Sbaber & Co.," 707 
Market street, near Third, because they get bette 
goods for the same price than any other dealers. 

The Emerson Piano is the finest and cheapest 
Piano in the market to-day for general use. Koh- 
ler. Chase & Co., &>3 Clay street o 



Washlne Returned In One Day. 

And we never disappoint, at the What Cheer 
Laundry. No Chinamen employed. 



For the Holidays. 

A splendid assortment of fine Watches, Jewelry, 
Silverware, etc., at very low prices, at H. A. Col- 
lender's, N. W. corner Mission and Second streets. 
Every article warranted. T 



LINDEN IN HIS BTJBLESQUE BALLADS. 

THEl>mtTDOVES 

BILLY RICE BEN COTTON and W, AfLINCTON. 

Banjo Solo, CHARLEY RHOADES. 

The whole to conclude with the Laughable Burlesque, entitled 



Prince of Oakland 



KING CL&UDIOUS Kins of Oakland 

LAERTES BILLY RICE I 

arlw^VvS™- X LITCHFIELD 

MAECELLTJS j EICHAED3 

SECOND PLATES G. W. HAELEY 

GEAVEDIG&EB , G JA.MES 

^HELLA r. W. ARLINGTON 

H AM1 FT BEN COTTON 



SSI^TIO... J. F . CBEEIST 

I.EKNAKDO J M TlAVTfl 

FIRST PLAYER., .b J SHERWOOD 
GHo1t E QTJEEN -ilUSS SHERMAN 

guEEN-tiERTRUDEv;:.::.:.:.:. ^ 1 ^!™^ 

Soldiers, lords, Courtiers, Etc, hy the Company. 



MONDAY, Janu ary nt h. First Appearance of the World-renowned SONG and DANCE MEM 

OANFIELD cfc BOOK.™ 



PIPER'S OPERA HOUSE. 

VIKGESXl CITT, rVETADA. 

JOENPLPEE PnoPBJBToa 



•This Eleprint Theatre can be Rented by 

the rnght or weelc Stars and traveling companies 
liberal] j treated with on application to 

JOHJf PIPER, 
Manager and Proprietor, 
Or to JT. D. Mi* 1 ARE, 
jo&8-tf 332 Bush street, San Francisco. 



METROPOLITAN THEATRE 

BAOSAHSNTO, 

TO aRJH!jVl! , f 

Ry the Night, Week, or Month, from 
ITov. 1st For terms apply at the Theatre, or by 
letter to W. K. MORROW. Proprietor. Sacramento. 

If B. — I have no authorized Agent anywhere. 
, mb24-tf 



OPERA HOUSE, 

8AS JOSE, CALA. 



This Beautiful and Ncvrly Renorated 

Theatre is to be let by the Night, Week, or Month, 
at reasonable Untie. 
ap24-t£ G. BROHASKA, Proprietor. 



MOZART HALL, 

STOCKTON, CAJL. 

To Let by the Night or Weefe, for Dra- 
matic Performances. Concerte, Lectares, etc, at rea- 
sonable rates. -Address J. A. Woodman, Proprietor 
and Les&ee. Stocktoa. For particulars enquire of 
W. D. Lewis, 506 Commercial street, San Fran- 
cisco. N. B. Music fuxniEbod on all occasions. 
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Fresh and Sweet. 

For the beet confectionery, go to Canty and 
Wagner's, 107 Montgomery St -ftar Sutter. x 



What Cheer Laundry. 
121 Leldeadorfi street, near Sacrament* 



MRS. SCOTT'S 

VARIETIES. 

Fun, Pleasure. Tariety and 
Beauty. 

NO EC?TJA£j. 
In tbis Pleasant Resort 

.......ONE CAN 

Pass f.ia E -xr © jo. 1 23. g 

MOST DELIGHTFULLY. 

Here the Kindest Attention L* Tendered 
to Both Stranger, and Residents. 

The Proprietor having catered to the wanta of the 

FUH-LOVINQ PUBLIC! 
Both Here and in Virginia City 

BAB ATTAiyED A 
Popularity EnedaUed ON THIS COAST ! 

THE PRETTIEST" OF TALENT! 

.. v ajtd — 
THE FINEST OF EVERYTHING 
a ....a!.... 

MBS. SCOTT'S TABIETIE8, 

....OOEKEE.... 

Sacramento ?H Kearny Sis. 



OROFINO THEATRE, 

POKiXASfH, Oregon. 
....AMD..., 

THEATBE B01AL. Tietoria. 

Leasee and Manageress, 

MISS FA1TXY MORGAJT PHELPS^ 

The abOTe Theatres are now opem for 

the Fall and Winter Season with a foil Dram ado 
Company. Stars having two or more weeks time 
can apply as above, or to J. U. McCABE, 333- 

Bush street, San Francisco. *e4-tf 



PACIFIC HALL, 

CALIFORNIA THEATRE BTJILDWffl 
8AJB rR AS CISCO. 



This Fine Hall ran be Rented for Drm 

malic Performances, Operas, Concerts, Balls, Lec- 
tures, Benefits, etc., by the Night or Week, on rea- 
sonable terms. Pacific Ball has just been eleganti* 
refitted, frescoed and supplu d with a New Stage ana 
Scenery, and will accommodate 1,500 persons with 
every seat in hill view of the stage. For terms ap 
ply at the Hall, to 
oo22 3m Thos. M. BLalr. 



CHEYENNE OPERA HOUSE, 

CHEYENNE, WYOMING TERRITORY. 

This Popular Theatre Has Been Recent- 
ly Refitted and Decoratedr First-class Dramatic 
Companies or Dramatic Stars coming East will be 
treated liberally upon application either by telegraph 
or in person. Address all communi cations to 
JAMES McDANTEL, 
Proprietor, 
Lock Box No. 1, Cheyenne. Wyo. Ter. jel 



McDANIEL'S THEATRE. 

CHEYENNE, WYOMING TERRITORY. 

Open the Tear Round With a First- Has 

Variety Company. Variety Ari&ts coming East can 
at all times secure First-Class engagementa. Most 
be artiste of acknowledged ability and have good, 
wardrobe. No others need apply. Address 

JAMES McDANDZL, 
Lock Box No. J, Cheyenne, Wyo. Ter. jel 



Beth Male end Female Talent 

Will do well by communicating with us, 

0K THEIKWAYEASTOKWESr 

AS WE WANT GOOD ABTIBT8, 
Te WUoni Cood Salaries WJ1I lie Paid 

Address 



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M. B. I OMIHO « CO., 

Theatre Cbmique, 
Evaneton, W. 




THOS. W. BBKE & CO, 

Brass Founders and Finishers, 

EEEE FAUCETS a Specialty. 

J1AMFACITREES 

AND BEPAIREKS OP 

DRUMS, BANJOS, AND 

Gold and Silver Platers. 

SPOONS and FORKS made as Good as New. 

Lessons clven on the Banjo and Dram 

54'i Mission street, between First and Second. 

N. R— Fine-toned Bilrer Solo Banjos for Piofes- 
adonalfl always on hand. j aI5-tf 

T. B. ROS8. WK. AiXniOTOK. 

ROSS ft ARLINGTON, 

Exchange Board t nc and Sale 

Stable, 15a Tehama, off Third Street. 
Careof Boarding and Sale Horaes a J 
Specialty. Sale Horses always onTf 
hand. Breaking and Handling Colts, 
etc , with care. 

N. B. ClippingofHorBesdonewith ^_^ ( 
care and dispatch with the English 
lb-others' Patent Machines, which are__endorsed by 
everybody. Price, SIX DOLLARS.^ n«5-t. 




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NEW YORK GALLERY 

No. 25 Third St., 

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JOHN M c CULLOUGH ! 






JAHUAIIY 7 



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PALACE OF FASHION, $$$$5 WII$ ! 



A. MORRIS, 

Merchant Tailor, 

CUSTOM-MADE GOODS! 

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My Prices Defy Competition. 



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Benefit of Mr. JohE McCTiIIoiigh 

33A^jVIOjNr A.JNTX> PYTHIAS. 



NliN $30 

6 X Bi«Tcr Dress Sails 55 

Melton Overcoats 16 

C*8*innre Puts 7 

Black Beaver Pants 10 

Silk feint fata 9 



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i;v ml,, LAST McCULLOUGH HATHTEE, 

thw wife, -A TT^le of Mantua. 

SATL'Kl'AV NIUHT, UOWAKD PAYKE'S Traicody ot 

BRUTUS ; ox% THEJFAL^^ 

MONDAY, JANUAKY 11th, 1876, 

BENEFIT OF MISS BELLA PATEMAN, 

On which occasion she * ill Appear in hei great character of MERCY MERRICK, hi 
\t EDMESUAY, JAM lit V 12, 

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12 -IMHtlTI Itl II \ III: I |„ |,,., ,.,„,„| Prluri- 
l„,I.I.:iur.l, I. in l»T on lt:n-rl,;i,-k Hon,'. 

( l„MII Mil. II IKS I It. 

II Till. ItOSIII — HIV, -M.MIK Hit 1ST t. In 

iii- hluiiiy vlaulngand luiuiiini,!,' peifbrnutB.ee. 

II "OTHELLO" Ike tl , ,1 1(1. Km. ,»!>,, I "ItEl.MOl.T 
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IJ ROMEO SEBASTIAN, The <.n;ilSoui.r>liiiltr.n.I 
FLrouetlc Eimr-strlim... ( lo 

III II.K.IIT OF IFOI.LO l.(,,„ii,llnc IHsi.Iii) 

Horsemanship on SIX Ittltl lilih sti:i:i>s 

BT ll!l OUOHH CIBA 



cr.nn 
SIR. VfAIIM.K 

or 



NOTICE. SMOKING STRICTLY PROHIBITED 

Aftkrnoon Matikkrs every Wednesday and SATUJIDAT 
A,lu„8aion to the Mtttiuees. 50 cont.. Children, Hall-Price. 
Doors open at 1 o* clock. Performance to commence at J 






«»LD'S | Business 

24 Post St., San Francisco 



The Lnrcr.1 and Be.tBn.lneu Colli zr 

•tt the CflMt, Im graduate, are quintal lor bn.l- 

aea. awl euahl*! t„ 1,11 lucrative situation, at onoo. 

line thifl rchf^il t.,(i,re at- 

••adtna* el* wh-ie. Fur information call at the 

* Port .wet, oi addrea. E. r. Ill alii 

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THE VILLA," 

GOLDEN GATE PARK, 

Th» Bo I IiJ in* birlnii jo«t bfwm oomt>l«.t«tl It 

c^i^s. o r3^.a OQ ^•. l '.''' > ' ,o ■ T " "•»••"•"> 

jFour X->ui>lio Parlors, 

— IHD— 

Ten Private Dining Rooms, 

1*b«. •hoiebf.-nvfinii*. o»t Hk*n pebllo hot«) 

bill M it IB Oiincd 

An Elegant Villa. 

•T7S'u v ,,'Vhi , P.S u • , " "" "•' °* r "»«"-»•« 

CUIOO MANCENBERC. 

PBOPRIKTOR. HMO 




PROGRAMMES, 
Ana all kinds of Printing for 

Shows, Lectures, 

Concerts, Theatres, 

Excursions, &c. 

AT LOW BATES, BT 

B. F. STERETT, 

532 CLAY STREET. 



AttenUon, Good Liyers! 

P. B. BERGES & CO., 
MINERS' RESTAURANT, 

■tr. Ilercrs. forsHrrlT Pro- 

ertor ol thtj ilmtrs' Kcat»ar*ut hi» 
en the ni»ji.i4,t- uK-it t of both the 
Mlnem" liVstAuiui.t on OonuaorcUi 
B*n>-t uxl th« Miners' Bnuich i.o H u . 
ket striwt. Our Bills, o. F*r« embnoe aU the tleli 
weles of th+) niwun; O.ix Motto U "GixmI Faze. 

Open from 6 a. u. IoJOp. m. »e2+-tf 

Ml «Md &33 Cmmrrrln I and 1 — Market 

Ssret'U OptB fruu -, u. iii to lOp. ra . 



ANTISELL 
PIANO CO. 

Capital Stock, $500,000 

If You 'Want n Piano, Ftny at I.in.1- 

oUAftorf-, DJ] ■■■ I iiit.i 1.i lying advcrtififiJ 

Boy rm ANTIBElaL PIANO- 

liavu the best Pi.irm ninilf, »iul 

i! leading artists and mu- 

i ii:i. W'u net! at iiiamifiic- 

tuxvn' price". «!nl kATing n liugu c-.i>it;il ami buai- 

*.■.'« twe l'l 'iitii who an? only 

■ In [my hife-h prices tocnv«r 

their long crcdH nnd naually make tiie eijonuoun 

jiroflts of from iltxi to $S0lJ. To lie torewamed ia to 

'.'. ■■ liiiv,.. jUBt ret'iivod from OUT In 
tury a One aftmirtmont -ffiat. wo offer at a small ad- 
vance, either fnr cash <<r iostalmenta, instetul of 
Hi ■ ■ ; ' hub htu* AKfiffe". Fretidh 
i very improveLucnt recog- 
i i-.iii r.-. '■!■,! musical taste, and the 
Brand result js% that fur power, BWeetntSS, l>ril !i:i m > , 
ini^qvialityof tone, evenneaa throughout the 
entire bc:.), ! i.i.-ticity of touch. strength, 

durahility. beauty and finish, the ANTiBELL l'l- 
AXU stands uneiiualli ■<]. 

We hold our miicdlanootutetockataiiutMiu. 
of I waj ^ S'iji, Clucki i ■ 
i ■ -i . l ikiiepthoeeujakus, 

' the iluniaiul no limited. 

T. M. ANTISELL & Co. 

RF.nul'F.II TO 

640 Washington Street. 

tk>12 



W CUFF HOUSE! 

ROARING 0CE1N!" SURGING BP.EiKERS 
FOAMING SURF, MONSTER SEA LIONS' 

Appetizing Breakfasts, Lb Denes, 
Dinners aad Snppers. 

BRING YOUR vt'lFKl 

BBING YOUR CA1IILVI 

■RING YOUR LAUV rRIEMM 

Anrt.nlor a rt.w of the Quest dURAi* PAN0- 

SABA IN lUr: WOIIU/, .11 in light of 

the world-renowned 

Golden Grate. 

With anaet of wbito.wioKed messenger, entering 
from .rerj part ol the commercial world. 

■Br-New Lln. Basse., oonnectiec with Street 
Oar. si Lone Honotaln aver, 15 nsinntee hereafter 
lor the Oliff Uonae. jrl-tl 



SAN FRANCISCO BATHS 

— —AMD 

Hairdressing Establishment. 



S3G Wiuhlnston Ntrcct, 

uedow Ke*rny. PRIOEH KL* 
DUCKD: Baths. 3ft oentd, Rhav 
iiiK, 26 e«nt«, IiafT cutting, 2! 
cents, ahainpooing, 25 cente 
Medioatod Bath* h u 



JOHN GRIEF 



LEAVY BRO. & GO'S. 

Own Brand of Imported 

Consolidated Virginia 
CI GARS . 

REINA VICTORIAS. 

WHOLESALE DEPAT.T5LENT, 

509 Blonteomery St. 

ItETALL, 

for. of Slu-li null Kenray. Kdturel Palace. 

ja2-om 



OF 

Daily Evening Post 

HAS REMOVED TO 



Northeast Comer 
SACRAMENTO & MONTGOMERY. 

JB.2-1W 



S20 Homes. 

?0li Men Wanted to Buy Lota in the 

ANTISELL TRACT. BERKELEY 

$20 down, balance $10 lier month. $200 each. 
Auction Price. Cheapest ever offered. 

Apply at 
ANTIS LL PIANO ROOMS 

f*W Washington. Street* de!2-tf 



DR. FERDENANDER2, 

So Olfbrated for bis Sncress In the 

treatment of all diseases of men and women has 
his office at 

215 Kearny Street, bet. Bush & Sutter. 

Hours 10 a. v. to 1 p. m and 3 p. M. to 6 P. H. 

delS-|i 



GEO. A. CASE, 

DBKTTIW Ts 
22 tfnntfcomrry Street, 

Opp. Licit Houi 
Denttttrj in ail iu brn ntthea, at reasonable rate* 



To the Unfortunate, 

Dr. Gibbon's Dispensary, 

No. CSS Kearny Strrrt, (ornerof 
Commercial. San Francisco. Entrance- on 
Commercial, Established in 1S&4. for the 
treatment and cure Df all diseases of the iui- 
nary and Ke-nerative oruans, and all nhyKi- 
cal conditiona or Weaknetjs consequent 
upon the errors or ignorance of the sexes. Skin dis- 
ease (of years' standing) 1 and rheuiiiatian,, success- 
fully treated. The sick and the- afflicted should not 
fail to call upon him. The Doctor has traveled ex- 
tensively in Europe, and inspected thoroughly the 
various hospitals there, obtaining a great deal of 
valuable infonnation, which he is competent to 
impart to those hi need of his services, Dr. (gibbon 
will make no charge unless he offeets a cure. 

Ad.LreBa DR. J. P. GIBLOiV, iBox 1957. Sau 
Francisco, Qo85-tf 



XI" ^b.JM Y SMC-.2L.aNr 0-d^.3NT 

JOHN BOLLMAN 

Ciiiii mid I>och, Sell, In BjpMe "'' :l If C'"" 

of long-tailed OelestialH ami their white friends, 
I'UKH HAVANA CIUAHS FOR FIVE CENTS 
Ai'IECK. or THIRTV DOLLARS PER TUOUS- 
AND. They are called 

Los Brilliantes. 

And. judijing by the daily increasing demand for 
them, they will in time outsell any other brands ojj 
ii;:n :. « '< (in petition, of course, wifl do all it canto* 
retard and stop their Kale, and therefore we would 
eai BBS' iy reqiieafi the generous public to see for itself 
and firtit give tbem a fair trial, ero condemning 
lii-'iu. A iui-rjt'"irii.iUr! article may lie cheap as welt 
and oiu* maxim haa been and alwaya will lie. to sell 
a iiiHL.-nii.i.: article at the loweat PAIOS POseiBLB, 
Those cigars as well as our celebrated EUBSIAM 
OlQA&KFOS are sold in all the prinolpal cigar stores 
in thin alt*/ and au^ttfnlng towi.9. or tliefaetory. 40ft 
WASIlIiSOTON STREET, CORNER BATTERY. 



Finest Singing Room in the City 

....AT THE.,.. 

ASSEMBLY ROOM 
r , r©© and Eliasiy, 

NO. 33 HElItV STREET, 

Bet. Kearny anil Dupont, 

FREE RM9 EAsf EVERY NIGHT. 

Tliis fine and commodious Room has just bem 
built, expressly for the Pree and EGa i going public 
It Iftnearly sixty feet.long h.v 23 wi.de, with an tie 
vatcd roof and the beat of ventilation. 

The Proprietors of this Elegant BaJeoD barefpireS 
no expense In Building and Decorating, and bopu by 
starlet attentfon to business to gain the pnblio favor. 
They keopthe very beat of WINES, 0IQ1 01 

CIGARS, and alsoafondllO.ME-COoKED LUNCH 
bui. evi ry uic-ht. 
itST FEES and EASY evci7 evening 



ROCKAWAY OYSTER HOV3E-- 

100-1 Market, Street, Hear Junction of 
Market and Powell. 

Choicest Oysters; Chora nnd 

Steaks hi rved to order 8t nl 
SUPPEKa for Parties and I ■ ■ 
promptlj '.^1 piled. The pfttronagfl ol 

our friouds and the public is regpept; 

fully solicited. \ : V' LAXOi;, 



oc30-tf 



ET>, K^HMKJffi, 

Propi ". tots 




Irook for abovo trade mark, when you buy and be- 
ware of imitations, 

N. B. For a smoker, as a holiday gift, yon could 
hard! y select anythinginore suitable and acceptable 
than our Qioa.rh and KUSBrAM l'n : .uiiTO.s, especi- 
ally our La Moscovitas manufactured of Turkish 
tobacco worth $5 per pound. The fluest Cigaritoa in 
Market, sold at the factory for $20 per thousand, d4 



X.A.rVGrL*i;Y'a» 

SAN FRANCISCO DIRECTORY, 

187S. 

Established, 1857. 

The Canvass Tor the Above Reliable 

work will be completed In a few days, and the print- 
ing thereof secured without delay. The undersigned 
will esteem it a favor to be notified of any changes 
of firms, removals, new arrivals In this city, or any 
other additions or alterations from this date. 

HENRY O LANOLEY. Proprietor. 
(312 Clay street, between Montgomery *nd K*amy, 
del4-2w Vp Stain. 



The Celebrated Pan Roast 



SOLOMON TESMORE'S 
Stalls. 57. eftand H California Market. 
(Entrance on Pine street,) 
Families mid Restaurants supplied at Bboit nc 
dcl7-lm 



JT. C. COMBES. 
TERRAPIN LUNCH, 
Terrapin Constantly on Hand 

Oysters in every Btyle, PRIVATE 
SUPPER ROOMS BOB PARTIES. 



MORACHAN& LYNCH. 

DKALKR3 IN 

Oysters, Clams and all Rinds 

of Sliell FiKb, StaU OS I JsJiforniS Mar- 
ket, San Fraucisco. < >p>-u Day and 
Night, FamOies, Public and Private 
Parties, Hotoh), Shipping and Restau- 
rants supplied. 



Q£OR6£ SCAYES, 
Dealer In'Oyatera, Clam*, and 
all kind* of BBELX FISH. St«lU Nos 



Puhlic Or private parties and families supplil 
from 6 a m to 12 i- m. Ladies' and CenUemcBtf 
Oyster Rooms open from 6 a. m. to 12 p. m . dafU 



MINNIE WILLIAMS. 



The Mother of Minnie Williams ran •*>- 

tain inforrDtttii.in c<tnc«riiii.ir bar ohlld by osillnt! as 

the "FlOAMO" CIU^ batveen^aod 12 a. m. utSJi 



THE ORGAN OF AMUSEMENTS. 



Published Every Day in the Year, by 

— ,vt — 
Z2 Merchant and 537 Washington Sts- 

Below Montgomery, San Francisco. 



THUKSDAY JANUARY 7 



Hr. Lcater Wallack. 

Wilkes* Spirit evidently does not love Mr. 
tester Wallack, and therefore, with ■ fiend- 
ish eneer, remarks : 

Nothing amusea English gentlemen visit- 
ing the city more than Lester Wallack 
swelling it down Broadway in his hansom 
cab. Of coarse we all here understand that 
lister only adopts the hansom cab to in- 
trude himnelf upon public notice. But that 
an actor, who has lived so long as he has, 
should exhibit the vulgar taste of affecting 
a. hansom is remarkable. It is so painfully 
suggestive of Tittlebat Titmouse driving 
through London in a Lord Mayor's coach, 
which he purchased under the conviction 
that it was "quite genteel." Tho English 
visitors who "haw-haw" with Wallack at 
the club Dever fail to ridicule his preten- 
tions when they leave him. A very distin- 
guished foreigner remarked to us at a quiet 
little dinner given uptown a few days since, 
*'that the old boy, Wallack, suggested Beau 
Farintoch to him, and it was a great pity 
that the old gentleman was failing so fast. 
Poor fellow/' said he, "I remember him 
eight and twenty years ago as a very ordi- 
nary actor, who had a bad habit of playing 
7' his audience and ogling the boxes. 



Affection'- Offering. 



nizh Prices Jn Washington, D. C. 

The Washington Critic complains as fol- 
lows of restaurant prices: 

"(Jood beefsteak' can be bought at retail 
for twenty cents per pound. A one pound 
steak, nicely broiled, makes a good piece, 
c/e rcshtance, for the hungriest man's meal; 
will ordinarily do excellently well for two 
good eaters. Why must a man who calls 
fur a steak at a restaurant get one luge 
enough for two to eat, which costs the pro- 
prietor twenty cents, but coats the con- 
sumer seventy-five cents? The cooking of 
it is not worth the difference, nor is the 
little dot of butter and the three cents 
worth of bread that accompanies it. 

Oysters are bought at from forty to 
seventy-five cents a bushel, and sold at the 
counter, raw, at from forty to seventy-five 
cents a dozen. How many dozen are there 
in a bushel ? 

One gallon of whisky makes sixty-four 
drinks. Sixty-four drinks, at fifteen cents 
each, amount to nine dollars and sixty 
cents. Whisky being two to four dollars a 
gallon, one can see at a glance the enormous 
profit retailers make on dealing it out plain. 
When doctored with bitters and sugar into 
cocktails and toddies, they use lower priced 
whiskey at higher rates, and the profit is 
still greater. 

Partridges are two dollars to two and a 
half a dozen. The c wd price at a restau- 
rant for a single partridge on toast is seven- 
ty-five cents, makinr nine dollars a dozen. 
The toast is but a single Blice of bread from 
a loaf which may cost five cents for ten 
such. This shows at least six dollars a 
dozen profit. 

These prices are samples only of the ex- 
tortion to. which the people are subjected 
at the hands of those who keep restaurants 
and eating houses. Will not these gentle- 
men consider the hard times? Cannot they 



An old man up in Connecticut had a poor be content with say five hundred per cent. 
,,.-., , , . profit instead of twelve hundred: Come, 



cranky bit of a wife, who regularly once a 
week got up in the night and invited the 
family to see her die. She gave away her 
things, spoke her last words, made her 
peace with heaven, and then about eight 
she got up in the usual way and disap- 
pointed everybody by going to her house 
hold duties as if nothing had happened. 
' The old man got sick of it finally, and went 
-out and got a coffin, a real nice cashmere 
shroud, a wreath of immortelles with "Fare- 
well, Mary Ann /' worked in, and a hand- 
ful of silver-plated screws. Laying the 
acrew-driver beeide the collection, he in- 
vited her to just holler die once more. "Do 
It" said he, "and in you go, and this fare- 
well business is over." Mary Ann is at 
this moment baking buckweat cakes for a 
large and admiring family, while they dry 
apples in the coffin up in the garret. 



Too SInch for Him. 

Tho late Capt. Preserved Fish was for 
. a lung time an attendant upon St. Stephen's 
Church, then standing at the corner of 
Broome and Christie streets. Upon one 
occasion a sermon was preached here upon 
. the narrative of Jonah and the whale, 
which so incensed Mr. F., who had been 
a whaler in his early days, that he incon- 
tinently left the building, and took a pew 
in St. PauJ's. Some one asking him bi3 
reasons therefor, he replied, "that any man 
who didn't know enough about what he 
■was preaching to get a man in a whales 
1'elly, couldn't preach to him." 



miser, this is a moderate proposition — five 
hundred per cent, only." 

No such cause for complaint exists in 
San Francisco. Food is cheap, and restau- 
rant prices are extremely moderate. 



The Women of Shakspearc. 

Weiss, in his lecture on the "Women of 
Shakspeare," delivered in New York, said: 
"Before the gymnasium and the health- 
lift were invented at the peevish persuasion 
of dyspeptics and invalids, who die by in- 
ches of fried food, fricassees of high-school 
programmes and ragouts of French novels, 
Shakspeare's women earned their health on 
horseback, in the broad English fields. 
They saw tho sun rise, and could not afford 
to outflare the setting crescent] with gas- 
light streaming from overheated rooms 
They drank small-bear for breakfast, and 
knew the taste of . herrings. . Not one of 
Shakspeare's women uttered a line inspired 
by hysteria. Their bodies matured like 
nature, and became capable of entertaining 
the great passion with its own honest ar- 
dors. " 



A Cool Itetort. 

General Butler tells of a civil service can- 
didate writing againstthe question: "What 
is the distance of the sun from the earth ?" 
that he couldn't tell the exact distance, but 
he didn't think it was near enough to inter- 
fere with his duties as post-office clerk. 



V> 111 lag to Take Chnnces. 

A wee bitgirljin Cusco, Wisconsin, while 
rat the breakfast table a few morningB 
made loud and repeated calls for 
fcuttered toast. After disposing of a liberal 
jqnantity of that nourishing article, she 
was told that too much toast would make 
her sick. Looking wistfully at the dish 
for a moment, she thought she saw a way 
O t of her difficulty, and exclaimed, "Well, 
give me annzzer piece and send for the doc- 
t ..-.•' 



A ftllxht Difference. 

The Rev. Sidney Smith, preaching a 
charity sermon, frequently repeated tfce 
assertion that, of all nations, Englishmen 
were mo?t distinguished for generosity and 
the love of their species. The collection 
happened to be inferior to his expectations, 
and he said he had evidently made a great 
mistake, for that his expression should have 
been, that they were distinguished for the 
love of their q 



Just So. 

An exchange Hays : In some parts of the 
West clergymen are Ltx&ed upon na a kind 
of necessary evil. 



Bow to Ores* Well. 

Ovor two-thirds of the best dress**:! gentlemen 
in this city (those who drees m stylo we mean) 
*ould say, ii asked the queetfon where they had 
their clothes made, that they went to John Bull's, 
Ko. 109 Third street, and \ mild also advise yo» 
aivi vonr friends to go there ii you wont a perfect- 
fitting suit made in the latest style, from cither 
impor.ed cir don it the lowest price 

compatible with a good garment. s. 



A Deficient Education. 

An Indiana man bet $10 that he could 
ride the fly-wheel in a saw-mill, and as his 
widow paid the bet she remarked: "Wil. 
Ham was a kind husband, but he didn't 
know much about fly-wheels." 



The Voting Man from the Eae-t. 

"2m a stranger in this city, 
I'm lately from the East, 
And mighty fond of oysters; 
"Where can I get a least? 
I've been to all the restaurants, 
But nowhere could I find, 
A plate of Eastern oysters. 
Of the old fashioned "kind." 

"Well, I can tell you," said his friend, 

"Exactly where to go. 

And where to get your oysters, 

Direct from where theygrow. 

Just take a stroll down PINE STREET, 

At 419. opposite the Market, 

You'll see a siem, 'THE SADDLE ROCK* 

You can't foil to remark it. 

"Emerson Corville keeps the place, 

The best saloon in town, 

There you can get your oysters raw, 

Or fried so crisp and brown. 

He's the Unrest oyster dealer 

On the Pacific Coast, 

And that he keeps the freshest 

Has ever been his boast- 

"He's got nice little private rooms, 
Where you can Hit at en.su, 
And eat your California stew, 
Or Eastern ii you please. 
All the young men of fashion go 
Right to the SADDLE ROCK, 
To eat their EASTERN OYSTERS 
And drink their Rhenish hock." 



Great Bar, is In Clothing. 

The only store in the city that hos'the bAge^t, 
. cheapest and finest assortment of Men's and Boys 
Nothing, is H. Peyser's Montgomery Avenue Coin- 
ing Store, 719 Montgomery street, between Wash- 
i agton and Jackson. Also, a Urge -assortment of 
>len's and Boys' Overcoats and Cloaks, and the 
finest stock of Gents' Furnishing Goods, Trunks, 
Valises, etc. 2-x 

Pianos to rent from $4 to $[$ per month, by 



Santa dan* 

Is not a myth if New Year's candies of every 
kind, shape and color (both home-made and im- 
ported), is any proof of the existence of the time- 
honored deity, of presents for little ones. In fact, 
George Haas & Co., No. 20 Kearny Btreet, has fuc 
similes of Santa Claus (in Candy) that are really 
good enough to cat. His holiday stock of honie- 
made candies and bonbon huxcs cannot be ex- 
celled anywhere, as a visit to bis store will show, n 



Holiday Confectionery. 

A tine assortment of holiday candies and new 
styles of Christmas tree trimmings, fancy boxes, 
costume bon-bons, cornucopias, sugar fruits and 
ancy articles just received at J. Yogcley & 
Brothers, late of the Mechanics' Fair of 1671, 38 
Second street, uear Granu Hotel. • * 



»e Power or SI male. 

Max Adeler says : An eminent French 
physician claims to have discovered that 
fiddling will core nervousness, and that a 
trumpet selo will cure catalepsy. I have 
not tested the accuracy* of theee statements, 
but I Snow a man who is learning tor play 
the accordeon who has so completely cured 
everybody in the neighborhood of home- 
sickness that they are perfectly rviJUng to 
remain away from home foi anV 
time while the accordeon Send ispracSicfng. 
He is also curing house rents in the 
by driving them down; 1 have also known 
singing to relieve acute attacks of rheuma- 
tism. Old Jones, who used to live near 
me, was disturbed one night by a glee club 
which was serenading his daughter. He 
suffered a great deal from rheumatism, but 
he managed to hobble to the front window 
with his gun, and while he was leaning out 
to take aim at the man who was singing 
bass, he lo3t his balance and tumbled out 
on the pavement. He never suffered again 
from rheumatism. He was buried on the 
following Sunday. 



Medical "Wonder. 
The great cure for rheumatic and other pains; 



Beully Mean. 

Old Ira Thornton was a dreadfully mean 
man, and had difficulty sometimes in draw- 
ing his breath, because he begrudged the 
air necessary for that operation. One day 
the old fellow was at work upon the high 
beams of hia barn, when he lost his balance 
and fell heavily upon the floor, twenty feet 
below. He was taken up for dead, with a 
fractured skull, and carried into the house. 
All efforts to bring bim to consciousness 
were unavailing, and the doctor was called. 
Finally, the doctor having trepanned him, 
turned and asked Mrs. ThorntonforaBilver 
dollar to put in where the piece of skull 
was wanting. At this remark, Ira, who 
had been breathing heavily, turned in bed 
and groaned out, "Wouldn't a cent do as 
well ?" 



NEW ADVERTISEMENTS 

[Late Stage Manager of Maguire's New The- 
atre, formerly Business Manager and Ageut 
of Strakoflch-Nilsson Concert, Maretzk 
Italian Opera, Gran's Opera Bouffe, 
Wyndham Comedy Comp'y, Jane 
Ooombes' Comedy Company, 
eto. etc.) 

Begs to Inform tbe Profession and Pnb* 

lie that he is prepared to organize, manage and ar- 
range on moderate term3 

Concerts, Benefits, Thearic als, 

Amateur Performances, 

Tableaux, etc. 

And Entertainments of al kinds. PUBLIC AND 
PRIVATE, to furnish, if reuoiied. 

Professional Aid, Costumes, Properties 
Accessories. 

To give attention to proper and suitable publicity, 

advertising, etc. 

Parties undertaking any kind of Amusement, En- 
tertainments, will save raonej and secure efficiency 
by entrusting their business to 

19. G-EWJS3E. 

Address: Jl asm ire's New Theatre. 

£3T Artists will oblige by forwarding names, speci- 
alties and addresses. ocl&-tf 



EXTRA HARD METAL SCOTCH TYPE 
MILLER A KICH1RD, Type Foctndbrs. 



EXTRA-HARD METAL TYPE, 

which secures the combined advantages of higher 
finish, increased durability and diminished weight. 
This metal, after many years' trial under the Hoe 
and other Machines of the leading London and Eng- 
lish and Scotch provincial Daily Papers, has been 
found to be at least twice as durable as the or- 
dinary type metal, and has gained it very universal 
preference. The great improvements theyhavo in- 
troduced in their manufacture, enable them to 
supply Fonts of this superior metal without any in- 
crease of Price upon the ordinary quality. 

The new type on which the Figaro is printed is 
from the above foundry. Every article for a com- 
plete news or job printing office furnished at the 
lowest prices. 

A large stock of news paper, all sizes and weights, 
which la offered on favorable terms. 

ItE AD. BRAND &CO. 

310 and 312 Clay Street. 

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OAKLAND DISTRIBUTING AGEND 

TAYLOR &c CO., 
Bill and Card Distributor? 

FOB OAKLAND and Vicinity. 

Will faithfully make distributions 

Circulars. Dodgers, Cards 

And every description of 

Prlntori Matter 

At meet Seasonable rates. 
TAYLOR ii CO. DISTBIBtT! 

In Oakland evory daj, and are to be relied upon 
B3T Orders Deceived n* this Office. 



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HORTICULTURAL HALL. 

WINTER GARDEN. 

(Stodion Street, between Post and Sutter Streets. 

Saturday, January 23(1. 
GREATER THAN EVER. 

THIRD GRAND 

COSMOPOLITA N 
PRIZE! 

Sal Masque! 

Look at the Great List of 
Attractions. 

FULL BALLET CORPS 

Under the direction of the Charming 
Danseuse, 

Miss A.M.Y BENNETT 

Will perform in OLD ENGLISH MORRIS 

DANCE. MAYPOLE DANCE 

PARISIAN LADIES' 

QUADRILLB. 

Grand Pageant Pfoeession I 

Presenting A 

CONGRESS OF ALL NATIONS I 

Allegorical and Realistic, introducing 

Living Animals, 

The Buffalo of the West; the Camel of :ttae East 
Our Darwinian Ancestry. Grand Chariots and 
Horses. Rich Appointments, Elaborate and Mag- 
nificent Costumes, forming a noble picture of unpar- 
alleled richness and splendor. 

QUADRILLE DISLOQUE I 

(Orlginall 
Ry the Disjointed Troupe or Dancers ! ! 

SCHMIDT &~SCHL0TrS 

GRAND ORCHESTRA OF 30 PIECES, 

Six Valuable and Artistic Frizes 

Will be awarded as follows : 

TO LADIES— The Handsomest Costume; the 
Moat Correct Historical Costume; the Most Original 
Costume. 

TO GENTLEMEN— Costume and the best sus- 
tained Original Character; the most correct Shakes- 
perian Costume and Character ; the most eccentric 
Costume and Character. 

LADIES* PRIZES. 

Superb Oxide Silver Casket, carved with elabo- 
rate and artistic coverings In has relief. 

Elegant Bohemian Glass Toilet Set, richly colored 
and gilt, with fine enamelled medallions on each 
piece. 

Full Size Quarto Morocco Album, richly' orna- 
mented and giit. 

GENTLEMEN'S PRIZE*. 

Monster Meerschaum Pipe of great value. 
Handsome Bronze Carved Inkstand. 
Tortoise shell Cigar Cases. 

Ssf The Prizes will be exhibited one week before 
the Ball. 

Special Notice. 

The immense success ef the COSMOPOLITAN 
BALS MASQUES has induced some unscrupulous 
speculator to filch, and use the title, in advertising 
some low third-class Ball. The public is hereby cau- 
tioned that the only genuine andsuccessful COSMO - 
POL1TAN BALS MASQUES have been, and will 
be given, at Horticultural Hall, under the direction 
of SAM tiENESE. 

TICKETS, TWO DOLLARS. 

Double Ticket, admitting Lady and Gentleman, 
Three Dollar*. ja2 




■/Crowded Day and M?litly. The Enter- 

B rising proprietors of the Southern Pacific OyBter 
louse nave added additional neat and private 
rooms to their establishment, retaining their ever- 
popular prices. These popular refreshment rooms 
are on Summor street, below Kearny, between Cal- 
ifornia and Pine. de24-3m. 



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UPON STOCKS, BONDS, REAL ESTATE, 

LIFE INSURANCE POLIOIES. AND ALT, 
OTHER GOOD COLLATERALS, BY 

JOHN T. LITTLE, 

de3Mm 405i CALIFORNIA STREET. 



SAVE YOUR MONEY. 

For all bind or Howard and. 

Waltham Watches at Manufacturers' 
Frux-5— Cases guaranteed 18 karat gold— go 
_ to F. HOFLENG Sole Agent in Sau Fran- 
comer Third and Market Streets, Nucleus 
All kinds of Solid Jewelry made to order 
and for sale. Diamonds set and for sale at the low- 
est living prices Manufacturing and Repairing 
done' del5-3m. 






THE HOUSEHOLD FURNISHING CO. 

328 PINE STBEET, SAN FRANCISCO. 

Tinned, Planished. Japanned. Wooden 

and Rattan Ware, Brass, Copper, Fire-Gilt and 

Plated Goods. 

Ornamental and Artistic Household 

ArtifilGK. riARQ.lm 



North Carson S. Iff. Go. 

OFFICE OF COMPANY 

Room 14. No. 302 Montgomery St. 

Location of Mine, 

Eagle Valley, on flue lomstock Ranee, 

and about three miles from American Flat. Detail 
maps on file at the office. ' de2S-tf 



l>r. «'. €. O'DONNELL, Ofllc* and Resi- 
dence Hits Kearny, near Jackson up atairs: Gradu- 
ated Dartmouth College, and late Surgeon in the 
U.H. Army. Treats office patients for a fee of $1; 
Visits, $1 50; Medicines free; Obstetrical cases $15. 



DIVIDEND NOTICES. 



BANK OF TOE 



WESTERN SAVINGS 



*i.\ HMNVIMO, JA.\, 4,18:5. 

Depositors 5 Dividend. 

Tne Directors of f.h J* Corporation bare 

this day declared the semi-annual dividend, at tha 
rate of ten (10) per centt per annum on Term De- 
posit* and- eight (8) percent, on Ordinary Depowts; 
payable on and after January 10th, 1879. at the offlco 
of the Bank, northeast comer of Post and Kewnj- 
streets. p, CLAY. 

ja5-lm ' Vice-President and Gashier. 



Dividend Notice. 
SECURITY SAVINGS BANIC 

3S5 3AN30ME STREET. 

The Board of Directors fanve declared 

i Dividend to Depositors for the TWm ending De- 
cember 31st, 1874,. at the rate of Nine (9) per cent, 
pei annum on Term Deposits and fleveD and one- 
half (74) per cent per annum on Ordinary Deposits, 
tree of Federal Tait,, payable on and<after Jannr* 
13th 1875. JOHN PARROTT.. 

jaa-lw President-. 



Dividend Notice. 

THE GERMAN SATINGS AND LOAN SOCTT 

The Board of Directors have declared?. 

tlu dn idend for the ourrent half year ending De- 
cember 31st. 1874, at the rate of nine C'i pet oent. 
per annum on Term Deposits, and seren and one- 
half (7J) per cent, on Ordinary Deposits, free of Fed- 
ral tex, and payable on and after January,15th. 

By Order, GEO. LETTE. 

de31-3tv 



'Dividend Notice. 

SAN FHANCISOO SAVINGS UNJDN. NO. 531 
CAXLFORNIA ST-\ COENEK. WEBB. 

For the hall year ending with Decent* 

her 31st, 1874, a dividend <has been declared at tha 
rate of nine (9) per cent, per armnrp on Term De- 
posits, and seven and one-half |7J) per cent on Or- 
dinary Deposits, free of Federal tax, payable on. 
and after January 13fch, 1875. 

Per order LOVELL WHITE, Cashier. 
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PACIFIC MAIL 

STEAMSHIP CO. 

For China and Japan. 



Le.ive Wharf corner First and 

Brannan Streets, every alternate SAT-, 
UKDAY, at Noon, for 

YOKOHAMA and HONG KONG 



Connecting at Yokohama with Company's 
Line fou Shanghae via tliogo -mid Nagasaki. 

Fox> New York 

VIA PANAMA. 

Steamers leave at 12 sf. every alternate WEDNES- 
DAY, connecting via Panama Railroad with one of 
the Company's Steamers from Aspinwall to New 
York. 

Calling at all the Calif ornian, Mexican and Centra, 
American Ports. Steamers leave at IS o'clock noon 
every alternate TH¥RSDAY. 

(tS* Through tickets Bold to and from LIVER 
POOL, QUEENSTOWN. SOUTHAMPTON*,. BRB 
MEN, BREST. HAVRE. HAMBURG, STETTIN 
COPENHAGEN and NORWAY. 

Each ship carries an experienced Surgeon. Medi- 
cal attendance free. 

For Santa Barbara, San Pedro> Los 
Angelos, Anaheim &■ San Diego. 

Stetanera leave at 9 o'clock Ai M. 

For. SAN BUENAVENTURA and HTJE-NEME 
calling at intermediate points, Steamer sails at 4 
o'clock p. M. 

NO EXTRA CHARGE for Meals or 6 . 

For Dates of Sailing see Daily Papers. 

Apply for freight or passage at tho 

Pacific Mail Steamship Co's 

OFFICE: 
Cftrncr I^ldc»dot-fl and Sacrament* Ms. 

■del-tf JENTTQJGS S. COX. 



S. F. and N. P. B. R. Co. 



On and after December, 1874, the Stmr. 

ANTELOPE, Capt. WARNER, will leave San Fran- 
cisco daily (Sundays excepted) from Front and Green 
street Wharf at 3;00 o'clock. P. M., connecting at 
Donahue's Landing with the cars for PetaJmna, 
Santa Roaa, Healdsburg. Cloverdale; abo with 
with stages for Sonoma, Ukiah, Point Arena, Men- 
docino, Lakeport, Clear Lake, and for the popula* 
Springs of Mark West, Bartlett, Highlands, Skaggs, 
and the great natural wonder, the GEYSERS. Re- 
turning, the cars will leave Cloverdale at 6 A- M-, 
connecting at Donahue Landing with the steamer, 
and ar rivin g at San Francisco at 11:15. 

The shortest, quickest and best route to tha 
GREAT GEYSERS-W. C. VAN ARNAM ft 
KENNEY'S Stase Route. 

No freight can be received alter 1 :30 o'clock P. M 

For farther information apply at Company's office 
42G Montgomery street. 

P. DONAHUE, President 
F. H. GBRDE3, 

nolO-tf General Passenger and Ticket 



OVERLAND HOUSE, 

Sacramento St., Near Montgomery. 

The Best and Cheapest FUKXI&HED 

ROOMS in Sao Francisco. With or without board. 
J. E. SLINKEY, Proprietor. ' 
N. B. Also Proprietor of "EON TON" Saloon. 
California Theatre, Bush street. de29 




teaching heginnnrs. 



CLAY-STEEET 

RIDING ACADEMY, 
93* CLot Street, ••r. 

» lock ton. 

This is the most elagant 
and oommodiooa Riding 
Academy in the oitj r oo«a 
dny and evening. Partio- 
nlsr attention paid to 

-MARSH ALL, Proprietor, 



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' Bot*. T nMO 









■AM nUUNMM 



THflUOiT, JANUARY 



VOL. 



'AOIFIO 



$ Hals! Hats! Hats! $ California Theatre. 

Wednendaj EreilnR, 4a... ",1^^ E1P0RTH 



BUCKLEY'S NEW VARIETY 



THHATTIW. 



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WUtl 

1 1 ,-j, to <4«k< »■ Me* •/ 



Hak ef i «~4 .«t — I >» ■ ■■*": 

Ileta rw. ■ ••*[ CM 

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ii.-.. aaaal ad ' ' raMMMau 



11*. tar iiHIii k •»• *>» <mW>: 

JaklUpMlkaM W ud-va: 



B rum ma tui 



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B E TV 3SS JB" X "T 



Miss Jennie Lee! 



oily; 



I RnRKawoVS MM 
Cowt 1: . 



■ aiu! >->*T«r ; 

fate for *\** «i'i watering pUom; 
■*■••.«- at race*; 
, a room to w 

...1 venture. 

to l>e Obtained at The 

GREAT I X L 

uotion House 



€16,618 and 620 

BJCaKNY ST., COR. COttMERCIAL 



Wltk Um (oilo.tar powwlil »Mljiimcnt »l r-»rt« : 

IHTTIH" DTALROT. HBNRY EDWARD) 

CAPTAIN IIAWTRU • r.AKToN 1I1I.I. 

| B KOBKKT TATEMAN 

BAM OKRRIIMIE I r mi 

H. MATTIIKWT 

i ISE MR3 8C1PHIK EOWIN 

■Mm MI8S teLLA PATEMAN 

roil* M. II- "I** JEV»JIF. LEE 

Song and Dance, Miss Aiwie ; H[ggs 
New Song, by Miss Jennie Lee 

To conclude with the Screaming Farco of THE 

BENICIA BOY 

ROBERT PATEMAN and J. P. BURNETT. 



BOX PLAN NOW OPEN. 



ISSUED EVERY TUESDAY. 

MUKTII nil OF PUBLICATION. 

Publishes all trre California Supreme 
Court Reports. 

Only Lem»l Journal Published Wwt 
of the Mississippi. 

IT BUS KEnUTBD THE CORDIAL E* BOUSE* KNT 
or THE rROFEMIOif AS A 

RELIABLE AND INDISPENSABLE AID TO 

THE PRACTICAL LAWYER. 
J. P. BOGARDUS, Publisher. 



Immonso buooo««i 

r 
OUR CRAND COMBINATION! 

Cotuuttlnff -»f . Tr"Un.el Amm rnequftllad in 

Miii»li-.-l-.-v . I'nrro lliirl«>«qll« 
OR si IMUXUNT, 

See Oar ProKrimnm for this Night Only 

THIS EVENING JANUARY 7 

The IVrfi irmATtc* will Ootnmenoa with a 

FIRST PART OF WIT. SONG »N0 FUR 

FlnUhlni with the V.M.IITV W ALK ABOI 
INriJIUjUDFJ. 



Luoy <3.i eolree. 

• <wwi f Mortimer* Maori* J****.. 



. Ol 



hour nnd Ounce 
Ballad 

MTlii'< oiiih- S*M| 
Honu 

itimio Sola 
4 oiulr *tmc 



John KrllT 

kittle la« 

.Ida n** 

M..lllc l,al;orrr*t 



Goat Island Ghost. 

Old Or»f P Mortimer. 

J.he llwry T>,.Y.,y 

Uob ' 

*t*Dg , larrlr Willi* 

Umlf Brrwcr 

«. in. -..Ii. I nun Iluihr, UiihlauiK 

tHml l.rn,< «"•' Bljnrfc. 

IMilrh -i... I;. 111.- Merry OrT.J 

Itullui] Molllc l,nlorrC!|01 

iDBN'TIST SHOPi 

Hughe; Bobbyjon And 0. NickmOB 

Hona Ketlr JU; 

Medley Song -.AL^'HrHSS 

Vocal l»m ««rrlr WI1IU 

Fancy Ounce Miimile Brrwrr 

Comic nitty -.- ■: i. - 1 ^ F *"."-?_^^??iI 

0T»ftiiTtt... , .,..' .v , ""' v:; : v. 9y T"S^S 

To conclude with the LAughahle Sketch, entitled 

& C7BLO OIL. 

flchoolmiiater Frank Mortlmoni 

Patsy BoUvur John Kelly 

Sim Dipsey rTanj Doroj i 

^_Reatof^hft«ctir«J2^h9 yatiro Oonip»riy_ 

Friday Evening, First Appearanoo of 

BIT .T iY WBST 

Tho Favorite Austral inn 
COHBOt'^ AND sor,, « ARTD IMsn; MAX It 



VRUVA OF AI»MlSSIO\. 

.Pariincttfl... 25 cents I Bores ,.$2 50 and $3 09 



WILiBIilT, 

DENTIST, 

■ *.« RKttOTr.D If 1^ OFFICE 

■d Lsbawsttory from No. S RnutiT St. 
> iki m %! . lahnMi ii.* WiUi iWarVkf 

dell-lm 



A Great 
Variety of 



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3S^»$ 



In Great 

Variety. 



At the I X L A I < TH»\ HOI si;, \ns. 616, 61K and 630 KEARNY STREET, Corner Commercial. 



CA ul£S. 

All HtiMts «f the Finest Candr Made 

at our Steam Candy Factory daily. All ordors, es- 
pecially from the country, are .eolicited and will In 
promptly attended to. 

Canty A Wiicnrr. 
5 107 Montgomery Street, near Sutter. 



THE ONLY GENUINE 

*«Srand Duke Alexis Ties" 

ZN THE OITT. 

The Neatest and Most Comfortable 
Fitii&g Shoe 



JSR OFFERED 

...TO TIIF... 

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....WITH THE... 

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OX EACH SHOE. 



•Cheapest and Best Selected Stock 

— or.„. 
atnti', ladiet'. Mi»$e»' and Infent'i 

SOOTS and SHOES 

1 flWBB OIWERED I» gA» »aAJK»a0O. 

JKAtKAED ft JONES, 238 Kearny Street. 

<8GCGESS0RS 'TO UE£R9 A: UATliARJ).) 
»a«CTH« f»rt«V "Ur»!nil Onto Aloxl, T1W.-J 




The Cht apest Place in the City to Buy 

TOYS, DOLLS, HAIR GOODS, 

Jewelry, St»lioine«-y, 

ZEPHYR WOOL, GLOVES, HOSIERY, RIBBONS, 

FLOWERS, FEATHERS, Etc., Eta. 



1,000 Human lltllr Swltclio*, Lonif llulr Ont»ldc, 

#1.00, S'.'.IHI. Mill. r.il, 85,00, $6.00. 
660 Human l!:ilr .Switches, nil Lone llulr, 1)19.50, 

Wr,.oo, 89.00, 8k>.oo, $i. r „oo, $.'o.oo, *-T..oo. 
1,000 iluiiiiiii noli- si.lc <-,irls . 8l.mi ami upwnrda 
SwII.Iu-h made of Combing*, 96 to 60 eta. per ounce. 



N. B. Tito Now York Store has been Estab- 
lished for Years, aotd is the Leading 
One in the City. 
NO BBAKCB STOKES. dOOIH SENT V. O. D. 
-<a.. T3. SAMPSON, 

110 Second Street, 

Between SUulon and Minna, S. F. 







WOmiXHSTOMMADll 



SAN FRANCISCO 

CHINA NEWS! 

ISSUED EVERY SATURDAY. 

The Only Medium 

THAT BEACHES THE 

CHINESE POPULATION ! 

OF THE 

Pacific Stittes and Territories. 



Translations Made 

PBOM 

BNGLIWI OR CHINESE 

At Short,. t Notice, by »ppoing it 

744 Washington Street. 
BOGARDUS & GORDON, Publishers. 



BOOTS AND SHOES. 
Grand Opening. 

Owlnc to the Increased Demand for 

hia celebrated perfect-fitting Boots and Shoes, P. 
KELLY, tho Prize Bootmaker, S35 Bush street, ha* 
been compelled to open a Braucu Store at No. I'M 
Kearny, where can be found the finest display la tko 

city. 

JE>. rK.ESXjiX^Tr. 

PRIZE BOOTMAKER, 

NO. 335 BUSH STREET. 

Bit .INCH HOliSE: 



124 



Kearny 

de!6 



Street. 



FREE AND EA8Y 



* 



SALOO TXT, 

SOI MISSION ITKKET, 

Near Second, 

JEver-v Samnlay XVifirlftt.. 

Til o». WILD, Ohatrnan, 

Until Farther Notice. 
All tho latest Songs next Saturday Night. 
i: 1 (.!».% WILD. 



REMOVAL NOTICE. 

Tlie 'Land Morlffatre Union and S«Ttn* 

Bank of California, have removed from 148 POwT 
STREET to their New Building. 634 C ALLPORN 1A. 
STREET. Corner of Webb. 

J. H. PISH. President. 

Dl recto na,— Asa Ilarker. 0. Main. A Heninnr. 
John Morton, John M. Johnson, Thos. U. Uayes. 
J. H. Fish. 

no30-lm JOHN T, OAftTER. Secretair. 



PINE EVERGREENS, 

Wreaths andStreamera 



Adjoining Hun w A May'* Pie4»r* Store, 

on Morton »tre«t. uear Kearny, b/ 
d«25-tf G. BRADFORD- 



^^= 




E ORGAN OF AMUSEMENTS. 



Patllflhed Every Day tn the Yea;, by 

AT 

632 Merchant and 537 Washington Sts. 
B«lov Montgomery, San Francisco. 



THURSDAY J AM'AKY 7 

Amusements Etc. 

California Theatre. 

To-night John McCulloogb will Appear in one of 
li» best part* -that of Julian St. Pierre- in 'The 
"Wile" To-morrow night he will take hi* benefit 
".Damon and Pythias" will be played. 
Opera House. 

"The Three Pores." banjo solos by Charley 
"Ruoadcs, Billy Kiev on "The Transit of Vi 
*raT«BU« oi Hamlet," and other performances set 
.forth in the programme pi.M'.Lk'l on thie page, form 
an entertainment which is hard to boat. 
C hiarlni'H Koy.rl Italian Circa*. 

Tii.. brand Pox HuntCftTalcade, the performances 
cl the Fusi-Yama Troupe of Japanese. Higuor 0M- 
mrini and his wonderful horses, Belen andTbeodoro 
Cuba. M. A. Hcrnert and other attractions fill this 
.place of ainnsement every nigh*. 
Buckley** Kew Variety Theatre. 

"Lucy di Soiree." "The Coat Island Got 

.,! ' are among the 
acta to be performed to-night. 
Benefit <»r WISH Jennie l>e. 

OnWedaetdaj evening of next nett (January 13th). 
this popular actress, of the California Theatre. wiM 
take a benefit- Ihe entertainment will consist of 
JtobertAous comedy of "Cast*;"', with Henry Ed- 
trards as George D'Alroy; Barton Hill as Captain 
.HawUee: J- P. BnrnettasSamGerridgc; MarQuise, 
Mm. Sophie Edwin; Esther. Miss Bella Pateman; 
Polly Kccles. Miss Jennie Lee. AB.nganddance 
hy Miss Annie Higgs; a new song by Miss Jennie 
Xee. To conclude with the farce of "The Benicia 
Boy." by Robert Patrman and J. P. Burnett. Box 
Plan now open. The programme in full appears on 
our first page. 
Third Cosmopolitan Bal Masque. 

The Third Cosmopolitan Bal Masque at Horticul- 
tural Hall, is to eclipse any of tbe preceding ones 
In novelty and splendor. We refer ourreaders to an 
advertisement in another column in which some of 
tbe new features are ennumerated. 
Woodward's Gardens. 

Mons Joseph who fires a 600 pound cannon on his 
shoulders, has made tpiite a bit, and will appear 
again on Saturday and Sunday, also Miss Oceania 
in banjo solos and dances, tbe variety tronpe 
will also appear. 



Man ace rs 

Of Amusements, Excursions, Lectures, and 
Concerts, are directed to the splendid Printing 
Establishment of B. F, Sterett, 532 Clay Street, 
over the San Francisco Market. Tbe largest Post- 
era, in Plain or Fancy Colore, are turned out in 
the shortest possible space of time. Also, Beau 
tlfwl Programmes, Tickets, etc, etc., printed to 
auit the most fastidious. Mr. Sterett keeps oon- 
B*antly on hand a fine line of bright colored pa- 
pers of every shade, and the prices charged for 
these are very little in advance of plain white 
paper. Streamers of various sizes, from 18 to 42 
i.wh letters, in Btock, of all oolore of paper and 
ink. Theatre Managers are especially invited to 
call for estimates. This well-known Printing House 
was established by the present proprietor in 1&50 
and has been in successful operation ever since 
m 3-cj 

Dr. Doberty. 

Has devoted bis study more partitjularly to 
chronic and specific practic, and as such is now 
ihe most successful of any Physician in San Fran- 
tisco. Office, 519 Sacramento street, corner of 
Leidesdorff, a few doors below the What Cheer 

Bouse. t 

Borkharilt's .740 Washington street. 

French calf boots made to order for $S; box toed 
gaiters made to order for $6; oxford tie shoes made 
to order for $6; boys' boots made to order for $?; 
and large assortment of boots and shoes, all of 
Borkhardt's own make, at equal!} low sales, at 5-iO 
Washington street. M 



I>o \o< Sutler from Corn-.. 

The unfortunate sufferers from Corns, Bunions 
elub and Ingrowing Nails, call find instant relief 
by applying at Dr. R. H. Cowan s Institute, re- 
moved to 212 Kearny 6treet, from 1 to 6 p. u. We 
speak from experience, having tested the Doctor's 
capability. Reference given if required. u 



The Winter Styles. 

All the latest Winter styles of hat have been re- 
Oerred and are now on view at "The" Hat Store, 
647 Washington street The variety is very large, 
and the prices charged at this well-known estab- 
lishment are very reasonable. R 



Tbe Antelope Oyster House. 

Our specialty, always the best oysters in market 
.Served up in the best style of cooking. Our 
Eastern transplanted oysters excel any other in 
market Established in 1S64. No. 612 Market 

near Montgomery. B 

». 

Clara Antonia, M. D., de Paris, Business and 
Medical Clairvoyant and Independent Trance Me- 
dium, 1S4J Post street, near DuponL Correct di 
agnosis and special attention to the treatment o 
diseases. Consultations in Freneh, German and 
English. C-0 

IT Yon 

Feci the need of phosphorus (nerve food), take a 

course of sea-water baths at the Sanitarium foot of 

Powell street, North Beach. Exclulsve department 

and lady attendant for ladies, Five tickets for Si, 

t Oo 

Charlotte ('ashman 

Will not appear this season, but the disappoint- 
ment is more than repaid by the beautiful display 
•t Christmas Goods at Mayers' Bazaar, corner 
J'ontgomery and Pine streets. l 



ON THE OLD YEAS. 

With mournful tone I hear thee Bay, 

theryear hath Bp 
As if within that circlet lay 
Life's garland dead. 

Vain thought ! Thy measure, is not Tin e'e ; 

Nor thus yields life each elowin-; hue ; 
Fair fruit may fall— the tendril climbs 

And clasps anew. 

Time hath mute landmarks of fail 
They arc not such as man may raise ; 

Not his the rudely numbered stone 
Of life's broad ways. 

The record measuring his speed 

I- but ■ shadow softer spread— 
A browner leaf— a broken reed, 

Or mildew shed. 

And if his footfall crush the flo.1 

How Bwe*t the Ep4py peifiMM ■ 
His mildew stain upon the tower 

A glory brings. 
Then let the murmuring voice be still, 

The heart hold fast its treasure bright, 
The hearth glows warm when sunbeams chill ; 
bath flo night. 

The Old, Old Story. 

Her mother had told her not to marry 
until ahe thought *be was ahle to support a 
husband; but she heeded not her gentle 
mother's warning; she went and got civil- 
contracted to a man that was a fine, long- 
winded talker, and who could sit around 
and keep a stove .varm better than any one 
she ever saw in her life. And then*how 
proficient he was in lying in bed snoring, 
on a December morning, while she got up 
and split the wood, made the fire, fed the 
horses, swept the floor, boiled the coffee, 
blacked hie bonts, mended that hole in his 
coat, Bewed on that shirt button, and laid 
a pipeful of tobacco and the matches along- 
side his pillow. And how loving she must 
have felt toward him, when he got up at 
last at about ten o'clock, cursed her for 
making a noise, and wanted to know why 
there was no beafsteak and egga on the 
table, and why she hadn't pawned her 
watch— it was a dying mother's gift— in 
order to give him whisky money. And 
when after three years of this, she left him, 
and went to work as a sewing girl, people 
epoke of the depravity of the woman who 
had left her husband. 



Swear Xot at All. 

An oath is the wrath of a perturbed 
spirit. It is more. A man of high moral 
standing would rather treat an offence with 
contempt than show his indignation by ut- 
tering an oath. It is vulgar; altogether too 
low for a decent man. It is cowardly; im- 
plying a fear either of not being believed or 
obeyed. It iB [ungentlemanly. A gentle- 
man, according to the dictionary, is a|gentle- 
man — well bred and refined. It is indecent, 
offensive to delicacy, andXextremely unfit 
for human ears. It is foolish. Want of 
decency is want of sense. It is abusive — to 
the mind which conceived the oath, to the 
tongue whichjnttered it, and to the person 
to whom it is aimed. It is contemptible, 
forfeiting the respect of the wise and good. 

She Never Would. 

She was a widow, and at a party the 
other night she wiped her eyes and said, 
"Henry was the best of husbands, and I 
wouldn't marry the best man in Michigan 
In fact the sight of a man makes a shiver 
come over me. " Ten minutes later when a 
man who has §20,000 in bank and a dozen 
city lots entered the room, the window 
rose up and remarked that it was fine 
weather, indeed, and that ehe'd like noth- 
ing better than to walk all night under such 
a glorious moon. And she didn't mean 
she'd like to walk alone. 



'A Mlsehievou* Publication. 

The Cincinnati Enquirtr says: Bonner, of 
the New Tork Ledger, is responsible for 
much of the prevailing distress. JTor years 
young people have been reading his delusive 
romances and his advice to marry young, 
and now there are thonsandsof people with 
large families on their hands and nothing 
to eat but New Yoik Ledgers. 



Tlit: Hi -^.n & Hamlin Organs are acknowledged 
© be tt oet powerful, at the same time giving 
©rth the sweetest tone of any other. Kohler, 
b & Co., 633 Clay street, p 



Something Elegant* 

The largest and most magnificent assortment of 
Jewelry sj >.. Silver-ware, can be found at Messrs. 
Tanderslice & Co. No 130" Sutter street. l 



The Old JJiul Restaurant. 

At this old established house, 605 Commercial 
street, above Montgomery, always noted among 
the ban vivants for its good things, can he procured 
the finest and best cooked Oysters, Steaks and Chops 
in town. Terrapins and the choicest brands of 
Wines and Liquors a specialty. Charges moderate 
G. M. Hepburn, the new proprietor, invites the 
public to give the "Old Mint" a triaL 6-T 



Johnny on the Bear. 

A man had a tame bear wich was fond of 
s weeta, like they all is, and little boys, too, 

but L-irls like *]ate pencils, and the bear got 
the bjmg out of a ^barrel of trickle, and et, 
and et. Wen it bad et enuff it was sick, 
and went to bed with tbe trickle a runnin 
all the wile. Wen the trickle was all out, 
the bear was a sight to see, for it had role 
about in the trickle, and wen the man come 
and foon the bear he lookt a wile and wen 
he said where is your bread ? The bear was 
so sick it grinned, wich tbe man thot was 
cos he was funny, and went on to say you 
is so sweet you must must be lick, Sammy, 
that was the man's boy, you like this sort 
of thing, too, come and lick it up. After, 
wen tbe man ast Sammy did he lick it up, 
Sammy said he had lick it a hour with a 
big Btickj but not up, cos it woudent git up; 
and when the man look the bear was beat 
so bad it was ded. 

The bear is something like a hog and 
something like a buflo, but like a bog wen 
it eats. Wen it is wile it lives on bad little 
]y iys and girls that sass fokes, but them in 
the ZoO eats biscuits and apples, and nuts, 
cause little boys and girls that sasse^ fokes 
aint took to the Zoo, but as to stop to home 
and git the cat to kiss 'em. 

Billy says if a bear ethim their woud be 
a fite, but whot good wud that do, Billy, 
Ide like tokno.wen he was et He takes a 
deel about fitin, dus Billy, but Ive see him 
put his hed under the blankets wen the 
nurse tole a bear story to make us go to 
sleep and said boo. 

Bears sets up wen they wants to be fed, 
and makes a hip, like my sister a trying to 
cetch a bol, the okkerd thing. I see a boy 
once to the Zoo, wen the bear made a lap 
he lit a cracker and tost it in the bear's lap. 
Th e bear cockt its head and lookt down at 
the cracker a smokin in its hair, like sayin 
I kno wot that is, you can't fool me. But 
wen the cracker went -off you never see 
such a friten bear. 

Uncle Ned says wen he was in America 
he was in the woods and a monstous big 
b car come jumpin at him, and he run, but 
the bear cud run faaser than Uncle Ned, 
and cot up with him. But just as Uncle 
Ned shet his eyes to be swoller the hear 
stopt and Bet up and made a lap, and every 
"time it cot up with him it did the same way, 
and 6o Uncle Ned knew the bear was one 
which had escape, from a Bhow, and had 
forgot how to cetch its pray. He says he 
hasent got any doubt but wot that bears 
tellB the others wot a great thing it is to be 
civilize. 

The poler bear is a kind wich is so lazy 
they has to be stir up with a long pole to 
take their meels, but the black is more fre- 
quent. : .— —. - 

Bears is all plantygrades, but if you was 
to call 'em that they would think to their 
self s wot does the fool mean 1 



The Green Room. 

This popular resort of the profession and ail 
epicures who can appreciate good liquors and a 
good lunch, is directly opposite the California The- 
atre. It has just been beautifully frescord and is 
now a modle of taste and elegance. Everybody 
goes to the Green Room between the acts. x 



Saxon's the Thing. 

*' We are not attracted," says the Arra- 
dian, "to patronize a barber because he 
styles himself a 'tonsorial artist,' and his 
place of work a Tiair dressing studio;' but 
we rather bear him a grudge for trying to 
impose on ue with such vile rhetoric, and 
congratulate ourselves, as we cross to the 
opposite side of the street, that verbal 
flourishes upon the whole are less dangerous 
than flourishes with a razor. But it is not 
to be doubted that there are some people 
who think more highly of themselves be- 
cause they get their beards cut in a studio 
by an artist ; and it is to this shoddy ele- 
ment that the 'tonsorial artist,' the 'fine art 
■tailors,' and the other nondescript humbugs 
of the period appeal. Their customers are 
the people who live in 'residences,' worship 
the golden calf in 'tabernacles,' do their 
shopping in 'emporiums,* cool their wine in 
'refrigerators,' and 'extendinvitations,' for- 
sooth, as if invitations were things to be 

held out at the end of a pair of tongs !" 

»-. , 

Slightly Cynical. 

Apropos of a report that he proposes to 
quit the ministry to go into politics, Rev. 
Florence McCarthy, of Chicago, says: "As 
there is more corruption among the Chicago 
Baptists than there is in Congress, I think 
that my duty will be in the pulpit for at 

least twenty years to come." 

, .« 

Bunker's t'lnb House Sausages. 

A deKcous table delicacy. They are made of 
dairy-fed pork, are admirably seasoned, and are 
as superior to the ordinary dry, tasteless sans 
a^; made of beef and pwk mixed, as anything 
can be imagined. Made fresh every morning at 
Bunker's Stall, 74 and To California Market, Cali- 
fornia street entrance. Try them. 9-E 



Aslonl shine* 

It is really astonishing, the low prices at which 
Zacharias, the jeweler, sells his goodB. Any one 
passing along Kearny street, near Sacramtuto, 
will be attracted by the magnificent display, k 



Blankets and Flannels 

Well washed and not spoiled, at the What Cheer 



Pkaci is DECLARED in all families who buy their 
furniture and bedding of J. A. Shaber & Co., 707 
Market street, near Third, because they get bette 
geods for the same price than any other dealers. 

The Emerson Piano is the finest and cheapest 
PianS in the market to-day for general use. Koh- 
ler, Chase & Co., 033 Clay street . c 



Washing Returned in One Day. 

And we never disappoint, at the What Cheer 
Liondry. No Chinamen employed. 



• 



OPEHA HOUSE. 
EMERSON^^ 



THIS EVENING 



JANUARY 



PART FIRST— Grand Vocal and Insfrnmental Concert. 

DJTBODUCTOKY OVEETUKE EMBKOTIASa 

BdXLAI>-SUN?>"Y DAYS WILL COME AGAIN... . j n_ HAVI1. 

COMIC SONG— RIDING IN A SLEIGH '. W AEJJ5GW.S: 

BALLAD— BELLE BRANDON q/ w TTAKty y 

COMIC SONG-YANKEE LASSES .............!.....!... .....BEK COTTOS 

BALLAD— LET ALL OBEY..., ...'.'..............!.. j" G BX&SELIi 

Descriptive Finale.. THK FRESHMAN'S CLASS 

TERMINATING WITH 
MISS SIIEKMAVS Classiral RcprcsriitilUon of (he COmtESS OF EnsF.RTT. 

"TpARTn^CONIV^^ 

THE TRANSIT OF VENUS* j 

PROF. BILLY RICE. 

BARNUM'S BABY ELEPHAHT 

OLD MR. FOOZLE An Animal Tamer t -p -xmra 

KITTLE Hia Daughter •■ ^ TrvT? 

barnum z :....:.'.:.:..'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.".' : y p 6beri«c 

pptp '[■■.■Two Bad Boys....-! '-'■■'•'.. '.'M'.iJOASGhm 

PETE - > I BEN COTTOJtl 

BILLY RICE BEN COTTON and W, ARLINGTON. 

Banjo^oioTciSiS 



The whole to conclude with the Laughable Burlesque, entitled 



Prince of Oakland. 



KING CLAUDIOT7S King of Oakland ' I t Tnni 

1 i , n HORATIO. „... '...'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.".'.'. J/ 5: CBKHhSt 



LAERTES BILLY RICE 

POLONIUB J. LITCHFIELD 

MARCELLUS J. RICHARDS 

SECOND PLAYER G. W. HARLEY 

GRAYEDIGGER G. JAMES 

OPHELIA W. ARLINGTON 

HAMLET. BEN COTTON 



BERNARDO ...J. M_ DATS 

FIRST PLAYER D. J. SHERWOOD 

PLAYER QUEEN MISS SI/EKMAI 

GHOST C . EHOADES 

QUEEN GERTRUDE E. LINDEN 

Soldiers, Lords, Courtiers, Etc.. by tlie Campurg. 



MONDAY, January 11th, First Appearance of the World-renowned SONG and DANCE" ME5 



PIPER'S OPERA HOUSE, 

YIKGIXBA CITY, NEY.UKl. 

JOHN PIPER . , Pbopribtor 



This Elegant Theatre can he Rented hy 

the nieht or week. Stars and traVeling companies 
liberally treated with on application to 

JOHN PIPER , 
Manager and Proprietor. 
Or to J. II. Hcf ARE, 
333 Bush street, S»n Francisco-. 



METROPOLITAN THEATRE 

8ACBJ.MENTO, 

TO HDE3KTT, 

Br the Night, Week, or Month, from 

Nov. 1st. For terms apply at the Theatre, or by 
letter to W. K. MORROW, Proprietor, Sacramento. 
H B. — I have no authorized Agent anywhere. 
mb24-tf 



OPERA HOUSE, 

SAS JOSR, CALA. 



Tills Reantrfnl and Newly Renovated 

Theatre is to be let by the Night, Week, or Month, 
at reasonable terms. 
ap24-tf G. BROHASKA, Proprietor. 



MOZART HALL, 

STOCKTON, CAX. 

To l>t hy the Night or YYeefe, for Dra- 
matic Performances, Concerts, Lectures, etc., at rea- 
sonable rates. Address J. A. Woodman, Proprietor 
and Lessee. Stockto*. For particulars enquire of 
W. D. Lewis, 600 Commercial street, San Fran- 
cisco. N. B. Music furnished on all occasions. 
ocl2-tl 



The original "Swain's Bakery" isnow established 
in their magnificeut new place at 213 Sutter street 
near Centre Market, and has added a lunch room 
and ice cream saloon. This is their only place of 
business. 
Photographic. 

Edouart & Cobb 504 Kearney street, produce 
Pastel PaintingB which are snperior to either Oil 
ir Water Colors. Enlargements in all styles, gen- 
eral photographic work guaranteed. 9-bu 



For the Holidays. 

A splendid assortment of fine Watches, Jewelry, 
Silverware, etc., at very low prices, at H. A. Col- 
lender's, N. W. corner Mission and Second streets. 
Every article warranted. V 

Fresh and Sweet. 

For the best confectionery, go to Canty and 
Wagner's, 107 Montgomery St ^ear Sutter. s 



Yr'hat Cheer Laundry. 

lii i i iiimtinrff fit rrrt ntar Sar ■nw^iitrt 



The Pecker Grand Piano is the Kbg of all oth 
era, without exception. Kobier, Chase & Co. 
Ai'rtnta e?A ClnvalrpAt. m 



MRS. SCOTT'S 

VARIETIES. 

Fun, Pleasure. Variety and 
Reauty. 

NO EQUAIi. 
In this Pleasant Resort 

ONE CAN 

Puss a,n E -o- e xx 1 33. g 

MOST DELIGHTFULLY. 

Here Lht- Kindest Attention 18 Tendered 
to Botn Strangers and Residents. 

The Proprietor having catered to the wants of, the 

riTH-I0VI»G PUBLIC! 
Both Here and in Virginia City 

HAS ATTAINED A 
Popularity Vneonlled OH THIS COAST ! 

THE PRETTIEST" OF TALENT! 

....AJfD.... 

THE FINEST OF EVERYTHING 

....AT.... 

MRS. SCOTT'S VARIETIES, 

....OOBNKK.... 

Sacramento and Kearny Sts. 



ORO FIN O THEATRE, 

FOBTLAND, Oregon: 
....AND.... 

THEATRE Rol'AL, Victoria* 

Lessee and Manageress, 

MISS FANNY MORGAN THEUW 

The above Theatres are now owm 

the Fall and Winter Season with a fall 
Company. Stars having two or mart- vi 
can apply as ahove, or to J. II. 31 cV ABC, 333 

Bush street, San Francisco. se4-tf ! 



PACIFIC HALL, 

CALIFORNIA THEATRE BTJIUMXG 
SAM FRANCISCO. 



This Fine nail can he Rented Tor 1 

atic Performances, Operas, Concerts. BaQa, 
tares. Benefits, etc.. by the Night or WetA, oa 



Leo 



eonable terms. Pacific Hall has just 
refitted, frescoed and supplk i, with a New 6to#0: 
Scenery, and will accommodate 1.500 |iiim— will 
every seat in full view of the stage. For terms I 
ply at the Hall, to 
oc22 3m Titos. M. Tlrair. 



CHEYENNE OPERA HOTJSK 

CHEYENNE, WYOMING TERRITORY. 

This Popular Theatre nan Been ttecent 

ly Refitted and Decoratcdr First-claas Dtea*__- 
Corapanies or Dramatic Stars coming Karu will t 
treated liberally upon application either by telagngi 
or in person. Address all communications to 
JAMES McDANlEL. 
Projaietor, 
Lock Box No. 1, Cheyenne, Wyo. 3Sat jl 



McDANIEL'S THEATRE 

CHEYENNE, WYOMING TERR1T81Y. 

Open the Tear Bound With a First- Clsa 

Variety Company. Variety Arista coming Bast 
at all times secure First-Ulasa engagement*. "M.. 
be artists of acknowledged abilijj? and tftTtjpH 
wardrobe. No others need apply. Address 

J A M KH-Mo&AifUCL. 
Lock Box No 1, Cheyenne, Wyo. Ter. jdl 



Both Male and Female Talen 

"Will do well by communicating -with na, 

ON THEIR WAY EAST 0B WES! 

AS WE WANT GOOD AETISIS, 
To Whom Cooil Salaries WJU Tie rah 

Address 1H. B. I.OKDIEO A CO., 

Theatre* Caaaisac. 
oc27 Eyan&toit W. 



THOS. W. BKEE & CO, 

Brass Founders and Finisher 

BEER FAUCETS a Specialty. 
MANITACTI'BEKS 

AND KEPAIEEKS OF 




DRUMS, BANJOS, AUDI 
Cold and Silver Platen 

SPOONS and FORKS made as Good ax 3T«w. ' 

Lessons civen on the Banjo and Brw ' 

54£ Mis-slon street, between First and Second, 

N. B.— Fine-toned Silver Solo Banjoe for Pred I 
donals always on hand. jalS-t t 

T. B. Ross. Wat. Ajbxtjis&to? ' 

ROSS & ARLINGTON, 

Ex chance Boarding and Sale 
Stable. 15'4 Tehama, off Third Street. 
Careof Boarding and Sale Horses a 
Specialty. Sale Horses always on' 
hand. Breaking and Handling Colta, 
etc., with care. „ , ... 

N B Clipping of Horses done with 
care and dispatch with the English 
JVothere' Patent Machines, which are esrtz>n,t£ ■ 
«vantedr. Price, SIX DOLLARS^^ Bcfr 




ash* -*• 

• ?»r»»a.arj«»,t 



tirmi* . »»• 




r n. mo cYUYwnu. 



SAM rHAMCSOO. WEDHDDAY, JAHUARY 6. 



VOL XXI. 



$ Hats! Hals! Hats! $ MAGTJIHE'S NEW THEATRE. BUCKlEY^NEWVARinY 




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Mnrcli. 



HS9R3. iOiHW AMO J0HM30M III THKR CDJBIUTn) R01i¥ 8TAT083 



Mr. Walter Campbell, the Favorite Dramatic Basso, 

-a «kk*I i»rU II]rto | i M » M li llw c haracter of PAt'Htt <>. ^ 

, .,„, ,..-,,i .... ..«.»» <Mnn Blimi tabebaii.. r»um« i» m tb« 

■ |— lllirT *"* '"' Prorated t. the re.ale or Sae rraeelwo. 



immoiiBo suooosi 
OUR CRAND COMBINATION! 

riiianillin; 1 a IV" 

Mln-tr.-tuv. Knro.< llurlrw|ii<> 
-. ITIOH 

SeeOnr ProKTAmm* far this Night Onlr 

TKlSEvSnilO JA1TDART » 



11**. fe» nlill n, hat* If atal 
. in. •,»• .4 klm 



<■*- TV • an! TkrM i l ii l a* T l | 



: fact-l hi 

unatie*; 
Hat* hrM<l t-t. ad faaMon; 
r ftwtane t*%a» an.1 joUr. 

r Vc-ih- brawl Md bori,: 
- .•. r ^ih t tiair m- f n» 

.a proof in .tornae onfailinit; 
.tylo together; 



anT NiaHT 

hi ilrwwl Kp^to***, nMM Tlir. 



ENCHANTR 




-timw an.l beeTer; 
. tk*i abnv,a wy f>ir»rar; 

(lata foe ape. »'l watering plana; 

ear at race*; 
ll.u «ritb whieb a morn to enU-r: 
H «U f «■ nrore* of wild a/lvantare. 

ire t<> »>o Ototmined at The 

GREAT IXL 

a.uotlon Hovus© 



616,618 and 620 

KEAB>Y ST., COB. COSMERCIAL. 



CBAJIACTXRS IK THI 

■ 

.... 



PROLOGUE. 

- 



.Ml" 



KM.I.IK IIKAYKH 
CHARACTERS IN TIM DRAMA. 

__ .,» v i -■ > *, i ■ \ 1 1 ■ i r. 

'Vv, I.I.IAMS 



'.THOMAS Wll 



Scene 



i - a-» o L.OG-C a. 

I st.-Deck of the Pinte Ship. 



. AMM-TINi'M" 

VLKXIH 

MltHHRIMIN 
(\ITAIN IIP TI1K 
Ml MBA Jt'MBA... 

n/.KN .. 

riRUT nKKK'F.lt .. 
BUSIRIS 



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s MAYPKl.I. 

M, , . l.K.AVI.s Ami 

..D J SlIKitW.M>l> 

. M PRBNKY 

.<: DHABI, 



Th- PwformMMt will OomnMDOa wttli - 

FIRST PART OF WIT. SONG «N0 FDR 

Klniahlne etui llH I WUrTTT WALK ABOPITO. 

IN rUrtliUDB. 

. wwwja.... .... . ...... ■■; .., . ■ ..... -ly*** 

Ltioy <ll Bolree. 



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Snni anil Daare . 

K.i 1 1 n 1 1 

*. rl..-l ..mlr Hoas 

XUIB 

Iliilllo ^i.lll 

I iinili Hona 



John Krllr 

Knllr law 

.Ida FlaK 

. aiolllr Lal-'arrart 

«%arlrT Mrkrrwm 

i .urn. WrbaM*' 



tIT I. .A L»n» o( PUImo Yo*f*t BOBKB 1 »lt>nnl 
■Vllron. In llrrmltagr or Onr Ijidy In thr Wood*. 
flCEKK t Thi' Plratc"» Tavrrn. s.ivi. J tlmdr at 
thr f.nrhnnlrr..: tirand llliinilniil.il OfWttOMl 

ACT J. -INK I VMllbulr at Ihr K. silll'* fill- 
»rr. M'KSI. 1 Thr Trnl «f STliI" lirand 

ConlUcratloa ! llumlnc or thr \. : III. in Flr»«. 

■man * trand Hall or Honor In Ihr Rf «rnfn Pnl- 
»cr. nlomlnan-d Palarr. '«, rl ,,,d iHiwaUrnulCt 
i.r.i.vil Bqur«lrliin l'.;, SmDTH 1 Hall or Myrtle*. 
«'ENK 6 -gDrrlnllr Art.: Pan dr Hriil, l» Mlsn Amy 
Brnnrtl. HI. PatrlrhS l»;n Parndr. Unman Stat* 
nm. Hllvrr llm. RrlUr Ornvra. l.imir.- li.m. .■. 
Crand tfarrh. 

A«T 3. --si'KXE 1 A Lonrly Hlelllan Inn. soKSE 
II Thr Crand Tran.rnrmnllon Hrrnr. 



IM ll.l \ I M MIMIC. IIMil I" I I 
(li.ini.. an.l .-(olo. "B, tho Gllllorln, «l«r«.- Ni«uo> and Ptoataas 
Prarar and Plnale, ''Thou who whon wlniU. *c I aoncoo. 
Xvunua and Plrataa. 

(t T l.-Inrocatlon ol On»k Poanntry. "Bond hufore lllyh 
llna.en: 8on« and Uhoni... "Shu l« awn." Pachooo and Peaaantli: 
Kona. "I Ixi.e Hct." arfiln; (told and Choma. •'Oomr.... 
Friend.." Nmr.il. and PiratOK "Tho Waklnj Draanv »ll«lo; 
"honu. "Eror be Happy." Pirates; Finale, Stella, P»- 
choen ^inl ObnraE 

ACT «.— Orand Aria, "Un Ballo en Manohera," Stolli; flloo, 
'llrown in tho Mantling Ulaas," Snldl..™; Smut. ' Wom.uu 
n.-»rt " Stolla; C«toIt»1 Ohorua. "Honor and Homage. Mav 
SuenVdem; I/i»end. '"",. yollIlg Nadir." Stolla; Duett Night 
t„ v^i- '• t.lrio and SteUa; Duett. Z.moloco and lo.«.*lla. 

ir^^«. , sr ; p^-s» 1 ^ 1 ^: 

ACT S.-"Let all Ohey :" Chorua, "Hither « come." Pirates; 
Celebrated Variatlona. Stella . ^ ^ ,....,- _^_, .....-..- 

I rnaDiiH — Tcnors — John Trehaine. A. Oohen. J. Haw 
^J. "" 6 ! <"lark A. Oania.ld. .1. T. Swift B.AS80S-H. F 

Edw..:'"- ' ""^ *- B " k - J>a""°'°. P Lo ° m "; 



Goat Island Ghost. 



Ml.l I..AY 



Horn 

Euenee . — 

Hnlil i. Ihr Holld 1I..11 

Vir;il l.riii' 

I.lll.t. Sp, I iHltl.-k 



Itnlliul 



K Hiirtiinrm-* 
H*n7 l>r»w» 
Johony K'uJiw 

Carrie vrniu 

ItlBSUlr Rrrwftv 

ii.ii.iir* lt..l>ln««a 

Title Blaaelia 

Hurrv Itwerr 

Tiolllr IjiKorrej* 




Sonp 

n.'illry Hone. 
VwallNtn 
Fi.ncT Itunre 
(omlf Dlllr 



iii.il.- Im 

Iil» FHk 

<*rrle WllUa 

Magcle Brewer 

r\i>iir TTeWer 



X-BiT 



37*XIJB JF» ^-H. .^1 -Z O^ 5 "* 



The Domestic Dmiv 



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OTCrtMJTO 

To conclude with tho lA'igb;»hle Sketch, entitle* 

St O 3BCO OJL.. 

Sohoolmaater Frank Mjrtbno™ 

Palny Bolirar ...lolm Jtellw 

Slra Dipsey ■• H »"T "**" 

KestofCh? jaclers by the eDAiroComnany^^^^^ 

Friday Evening, First Aripoarau oe of 

BILXaY W3S5t9T 

The Favorite Australian 
(OMF.DI A V ASIIk »OK« AMU DAMCF. WAAl iZ 

PRICES OF ADMISSION. 

Pemnett. 25 cent. I Boms taWandtoO. 



WII.BIHT, 

DENTI8T, 

HAS RKMOVED MIS OFFICE 

. 1 lAboratory from No 8 Kearny St. 

to 1CJS Market atroat, over Wldbur'adnut 
dcll-lm j 



A (ir.?at 
Variety of 



MAt& 




m&t& 



CAMDIB»# 



In Great 
Variety, 



.41 Ihe IXL II* Ti;>\ norsE, Noh. 616, 618 and 630 kl. ti:\ 1 STltKKT, Corner Cnii.mrr.i.,1. 



AU Jkli-dR of tUf Ptlivnt Vamij MadV 

at our fiteam (Janily FaOUrrj daily. All ordern, •»• 
peeiSkUl 1> om the country, on* soUoitod and will be 
promptly attended to. 

Caaty -ft Tficnrr. 
aul5 107 Montgomery Street, near Sutter. 



THE ONLY GENUINE 

"Grand Duke Alexis Ties" 

XJ>7 THE OITT. 

Hie Neatest and Most Comfortable 
Fit ing Shoe 

OP F-ESHJiJID 

....To THK.... 

iJhAti. Frnnclaoo Fubllo t 



.WITH THE. 



Patent Elastic Goring. 




Fatcntod Aog. 16, 1ST*. 



JfO»J» GETOQiT UNLESS STAMPED WITH 
THWMONOaKAM 



ON EACH SHOE. 



Ar J*0 TSB X-i.A.Jrt.GTijSir, 

Cheapest and Best Selected Stock 

—.OP 

Gentt'. Ladiet'. Kiiiei' and Infant'. 

I BOOTS and SHOES 

bteb ofvcbjid m ban manoisa 
| HAY5TABD & JONES, 238 Kearny Street. 

(SUO8X880RS TO BEEB8 k MATHAED.) 
■ OIiB AGrlKTII. 




The Chi ap est Place in the City to Buy 

TOTS, SOILS, HAIR GOODS, 

Jewelry, Stationery, 

ZEPHYR WOOL, GLOVES, HOSIERY, RIBBONS, 

FLOWERS, FEATHERS, Etc, Eto. 



1,000 Human null- SWltehea* Lone ll.iir Ontaldc, 

lnl.00, n>2.«HI, Si:i. .ID, W.'i.oO, AO.IMI. 
500 lllimnn llnlr Swltrlies. nil Lonu Hair, $9,50, 

W5.W, wn.oo, mi.'.iMi, *ir,.«o, niiii.oo, 925.00. 
1,000 Human Hair side Curia. ..$1.00 and upward* 
SvrltebeH mttdc or CtuiitilncH. 25 to 50 eta. per ounce. 



N. B. The Now York Store has been EstaV 

llahed for Years, and is the Leading 

One in the City. 

NO BRANCH STORES. C.OODS SENT C. O. D. 

-A.. TB.. SAMFSOIVT, 

110 Second Street, 

Between nisaioa ana Minna, s. r. noistias 



IluMBTERsrJ.uSTOfiJfSADE; 



PACIFIC 



ISSUED EVERY TUESDAY. 

e'OTJBTH IEAB OF PUBLICATION. 

Publishes all the California Supreme 
Court Reports. 

Only lrei?al Journal Published Wesi 
of the Mississippi. 

IT HAS RECEIVED THE CORDIAL ENDORSEMENT 
OF THE PROFESSION AS A 

RELIABLE AND INDISPENSABLE AID TO 

THE PRACTICAL LAWYER. 
J. P. B06AKDUS, Publish**. 



BOOTS AND SHOES. 
Grand Opening. 

Owing to tho Increased Ormand for 

Wb celebrated perfect-fitting Bootn and Shoe*. F. 
KELLY, the Pnze Bootmaker, Xtli Busb stroet. mmm 
been compelled to open a Brunch Store at No. IM 
Kearny, where can be found the finest display in hha 
city. 



PRIZE BOOTMAKER. 

NO. 335 BUSH STREET. 

BBANCH HOUSE: 

124 Kearny Street. 

del6 

FREE AND EA8Y 
CXXAFlIPtfGfr 



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SALOO TNT. 

•O* MISSIOH ITKCET, 
Near Seoood. 

Eyery Saturday Nifrmt. 

THO». AVII.II. Obalrmnn, 
Until Farther Notloa. 
All the latest Songs next Saturday Niahc. 
EAVLESdl WILD. 



REMOVAL NOTICE. 

The Land Mortensc Union and Harlnaw 

Bank of Oalifornia, have reiiuiYiMl from 1X3 PUflV 
STliEET to their New Building, OM C ALIFORMI-ft: „ 
STREET, Corner of Webb. 

J, H. FISH. rretrLdMk. 

Dirbotors,— Am Rarker. 0. Main, A. Itunt>.*>. 
John Morton, John M. Jounauu. Tbos. Ii. lUy«> K 
J. 11. Piah. 

no30-lm JOHN T. O'AitTER, Sccrotaiy-. 



PINE EVERGREENS. 

Wreaths and Streamer. 
POR SATjir, 

Ad jolnlnjt Snow A Hav's rirtnrr SCawajn.. 
oo Morton stnwt. near Kaaror. br _ 



I 



MM 



TH ORGAN OF AMUSEMENTS. 
Led Erery D»y "> "* Ye * r * ** 

C3S Merchant and 537 Wasnington Sto. 

Below Montgomery. Ban Frandaeo. 



-WEDNESDAY JANUARY 6 



Amusement*, Etc. 



■Ire** Mew Theatre. 

The holiday* art fairly ot«, and to-nigbt the holi- 
day ■pecUde of -The Knchantreas" will bepiwented 
lor the last time Mi» Sydney Cowell, George Gtd- 
4una, and all the other farurites will appear 
California Theatre. 

**H»ebctb" will be repeated to-night for the last 
tua« To-morrow night "The WttV will be pro- 
elaeed with Mr. McCallongh as Julian Bl Pierre. 
On Friday evening "Damon awl Pytbiaa" wiU be 
performed and Mr. MoCnlloogh will take hi* benefit. 
Opera Honae. 

Tfctt bowae i» always filled, and everyone enjoyi 
the entertainment. Tb« burle*roe of "Hamlet" U 
•ne of the mart laughable thing* ever presented on 
-ate atage, and Ben Cotton, Billy Rice. J. B~ Kem- 
fele, BUly Arlington. Charity Hhoades, and others 
*rre highly original renditions of the chief charac- 
acnof thepiay The I uQ prosramnje is published 
in the ad.oinlug columns. 
Chlarinl'a Boyal Italian Cireua. 

A matinee performance will be giTen to-day and 
V*h it and the ercning entertainment to-night will 
be interesting in the highest degree. Pampa, the 
Cnanaca, is a great faTwritc. It is a wonderfully 
tKaceful and well trained animal M. A. Herbert 
has made quite a hit in bis scenic act representing 
Jbagland, Ireland and Scotland, the trained horses 
introduced by Signoi Cbiarini are manela of beauty 
askd intelligence and Senorita Belen Cuba, Theodore 
Cuba, Romeo Sebastian and the rest of the star per- 
formers are nnexceptionably clerer in their various 
II si islliis 
BaKJUey's New Variety Theatre. 

A great bill is presented at this house every even- 



ing. The programme comprisee 



"The Goat Island 



sustaining olio of songs and dances. On Friday 
evening Billy West, a song and dance man from 
Australia, will make bis first appearance. 
Third Cosmopolitan Bal Haeque. 

The Third Cosmopolitan Bal Masque at Horticul- 
tural Hall, is to eclipse any of the preceding ones 
in ooTelty andsplendor. We refer ourreaders to an 
advertisement in another column in which some of 
Qip new features are ennumerated. 

Woodward* Garden*. 

Mans Joseph who fires a 600 pound cannon on his 
stunldors. has made quite a Ut, and will appear 
again on Saturday and Sunday, also Miss Oceania 

hs banjo solos and dance*, the variety troupe 

w31 also appear. 



THE END. 

Whose etepe are those? who corns* bo late T 

'• Let me feme in ; the door unlock." 
Tts midnight now ; my lonely gate 

1 open to no strangers knock. 
Who art thou? Speak. "Men call me Fame; 

To immortality I lean." 
Pass, idle phantom of a name. 

"Listen again and now take heed: 
" Twas false. Mj names are Love and Youth ! 

Why, God himself is young and true." 
Pafie by ; the girt I thought all truth 

Has long since laughed her last adieu. 

"Stay, ataj ; my names are Song and Art, 

My F' •* now unbar thVdoor." 
Love's dead. Song cannot touch my heart, 

M\ t'irt '*> P** name I know no more. 
«' Open then now*; for see, I stand, 

Riches my name— with gold— with gold— 
Goli and your girl in either hand." 

T©3 late ; the part you still withhold. 

" Then if it must be, eince the door 

Stands anot till first my name you know, 

Men call me Death. Delay no more ; 
1 bring the cure of every woe." 

•Tis Death? Ah ! guest bo pale and wan. 
Forgive the poor place where 1 dwell ; 

An ice-cold hearth, a broken man. 
Stand here a welcome thee to tell. 

Welcome at last ; take me away ; 

Whither thou goest let me go : 
Only permit my dog to stay, 

Tb at even for me some tears may Bow. 

— Henri Mvrger. 



Managers 

Of Amusements, Excursions, Lectures, and 
Concerts, are directed to the splendid Printing 
Establishment of B. F, Sterett, 532 Oa? Street, 
over the San Francisco Market. The largest Post- 
era, in Plain or Fancy Colors, are turned out in 
the shortest possible space of time. Ah», Beau 
tifal Programmes, Tickets, etc, etc., printed to 
suit the most fastidious. Mr. Sterett keeps con- 
a*antiy on hand a fine line of bright colored pa- 
pers of every shade, and the prices charged for 
these are very little in advance of plain white 
paper. Streamers of various sizes, from 18 to 42 
Ir\ch letters, m stock, of all colors of paper and 
ink. Theatre Managers are especially invited to 
call for estimates. This well-known Printing House 
ww established by the present proprietor in 1850 
and has been in successful operation ever since 

Dr. Doherty. 

Has devoted his study more parti-jularly to 
chronic and specific praetic, and as such is now 
the most successiul of any Physician in San Fran- 
cisco. Office, 519 Sacramento street, comer of 
.Leaksdorff, a few doors beiow the What Cheer 

House. 

Barkhardt'a MO Washington street. 

French calf boots made to order for$S; box toed 
gaiters made to order for $o; oxford tie shoes made 
to order for $6; boys' boots made to order for $*; 
and large assortment of boots and shoes, all *f 
Burkhardt s own make, at equally low sales, at 540 
Washington street. M 

Do Not Sutler from Cornw. 

The unfortunate sufferers from Corns, Bunions 
dub and Ingrowing Noils, cah find instant relief 
by applying at Dr. R. U- Cowan's Institute, re- 
moved to 212 Kearny street, from 1 to 6 p. a. We 
•peak from experience, having tested the Doctor's 
capability. Reference given if required. a 



fir. She and It. 

How about that Pacific Mail witness- 
will he lose Ir- win- 
It is impossible to have the last word 
with a chemiBt, because he always has a re- 
tort. 

The New York World headed its report 
of the last Mill River disaster, "Another 
Tinker's Dam." 

"Where is Barnum 's transatlantic balloon 
project? An ocean of that sort ought not 
to be abandoned. 

The man who married a Newport belle 
last September has found out that" a thing 
of beauty is a jaw forever. 

The merriest place in the universe is just 
beyond the earth's atmosphere, for there all 
bodieB lose their gravity. 

The busiest bees in the "Western States 
just now are "husking bees," which the 
farmers in turn have "tu hum." 

A pretty South-end girl is a "mind read- 
er. " She said to a bashful beau the other 
night, "La ! I believe you are going to kiss 
me." She was right 

A Galveston damsel has sued a young fel- 
low for breaking her nose while attempting 
to kiss her against her will What a fool 
he was to go for her nose. 

An Iowa editor named Henn says of nis 
paper that, notwithstanding the hard times, 
will pullet through the Winter. Eggsactly, 
but he must be a crowing Henn. 

The Pittsburgh Commercial says that "a 
pack of playing cards, recently captured in 
an Indian camp in Nevada by a detach- 
ment of United States troops, was made of 
the skins oQiuman beings." Those fellows 
always play a skin game. 

Women have a great respect for old age. 
"Watch a yonng lady seated in a street car 
between a young gentleman and an elderly 
one, and see how determined she is not to 
incommode the latter by crowding againBt 
him. 

Just Think of It. 

A certain Troy man, rather illiterate, 
bnt peculiar in his way, lay abed quite sick, 
recently, and a visitor at his bedside, in 
conversation with the sick man's wife, al- 
luded to the coming transit of Venus and 
the wonderful mathematical calculations 
that astronomers work out. The sick man, 
after listening intently, called bis wife to 
his bedside and said, "See here, Mary, you 
understand what he says? Now, jis think 
of jt — a man who can do all that, can do 
them wonderful calculations and all that 
figgerin' — jis think of it, that a smart man 
like that can be jawed by a woman." 



Johnny on Use Sv* on. 

It was once belief that swons dide a sin- 
gin the ded march in Sol, but tbat is jus 
'canes wen thyre straten out they is shape 
like a fiddle. They don't sing at all, but 
they puts there hed under the water and 
wiggles often enouf. The swons in the 
Terns is equal divide between the City of 
London and the Queen, but if I was the 
Queen Ide take 'em all for my sef, and 
chop of the Lord Mayr'a bed in a minit, 
for ail he looks so fine. 

A man that had a swon's boy come in 
from gunnin, and said father, they was a 
awfle big snake stuck up its hed out of the 
gras in the pond, and I knew it was lookin 
for your swon, so I shot it, but it was the 
swon's neck itsef, and the man said that 
come of sendin him to Rugby stead of 
Eton, how could he kno wat a swon was 
like ? After that the man he took his boy 
out of Rugby, and sent him to Eton, and 
tride to git a bU in to Parlment to dissen- 
dow Rugby, and peple said he tuk a deep 
intres in the hire educasion, the man did. 

A swon is one thing andageeceis a other, 
but a lady wich dident kno that got geece 
for swons, to swim in the water inberpark, 
and wen she ast a visitor if they wassent 
nice he said they was very eactrornanental 
swons. 

The little fethers on there brest is call 
down, but their is a kind of sheeps wich 
b as 'em too, "cause they is call south downs, 
and black eye Susan has 'em, for the fleet 
lay moored in 'em, and that's the song for 
me. 

Little swons is signets, and my eister'B 
young man says their trax in the mud is 
their signatures, but I thougt signatures 
was writin Johnny on a piece of paper and 
shone it to your father. 

Swons has all ways been mutch liked 
by poet3, and painters, and such duffers, 
but wen you see 'em close they is ugly enuf 
to make a pig leave his feed, tbat is how I 
feel about swons if you wan to kno. 

The Prima Donna. 

A writer in the Arcadian says : "I have 
noticed as a singular coincidence that the 
worse the prima donna, the greater is the 
number of persons she requires to wait on 
her, and the more trouble Bhe gives to 
everybody from the call-boy to Muzio. It 
is, however, the prima-donna with a 
mother who is the most dreaded behind the 
scenes. Only one of this year's artiBtes 
brings her mother. This is Donadio. I 
heard one scoffer say that it was because 
the daughter had not voice enough to assert 
her rights. If Ferdinand Strakosch only 
knew of this, there would be blood shed. 
JFerdinand says that she is the coming Mali 
bran — she may be, but at any rate she is 
not the going Donadio." 
■ ■♦ ■ 
How it is, Down South. 

A negro philosopher, discussing the rela 
tions of the races, said : "You know de 
turkey, he roost on de fence, and de gooBe 
he roost on de ground. You pull de tur- 
key off de fence, an' he will get up again. 
You crap hiB wings, but somehow or udder 
he gwine to get back on de fence. Now, 
you put de goose on de fence, an' he will 
fall off; he don't belong dar. De turkey 
am de white man. He's down, now, but is 
gwine to get up again. De nigger is de 
goose. He better stay where he blongs." 



OPEEA HOUSE. 
EMERSCW^ 






JANUARY 6 

-Grand Vocai and Instrumental Concert. 




THIS EVENING 

PART F1R8T- 

DtTRODUCTORT OVERTURE 

BALLAD-SUNNY DAYS WILL COME AGAIN 

COMIC SONG— RIDING IN A SLEIGH W. 

BALLAD- BELLE BRANDON G. V. 

COMIC SONG-YANKEE LASSES .BJEK CimOK 

BALLAD— LET ALL OBEY J. Q. ~"TTTt 

Descriptive Finale THK FRESHMAN'S CLASS 

TERMINATING WITH 
MISS sinim l\> ClaaBlcal Representation or the GODDESS OF LICCBTC. 

PART SECOND— Grand Ethiopian Carnival. 

THE TRANSIT OF VEMTJS, 

PROF. BILLY RICE. 



BARNUIYTS BABY ELEPHANT 



OLD MK FOOZLE An Animal Tamer J. R_ HKBIi 

K1TT1E His Daughter -E. ilXtdW 

BARNUM J. F. <nfBJDrUS» 

JAKE, I Ttro Bad Btrre > W 4BJMWI 

PETE. ; ■■■■ Tw ° B"" B«S'—-\ mis ouatm 



I Two Bad Boys 

INDEN 



IN HIS BTTBLESQUE BALLADS. 

ThiEl>fREinDOl/lS 

BILLY RICE BEN COTTON and W. ARLINGTON. 

Banjo Solo, CHARLEY RHOADSB. 




Prince of Oakland. 



si umi 



KING CLAUDIOUS King of Oakland 

LAERTES BILLY RICE 

POLONrUH J. LITCHFIELD 

MARCELLUS J. RICHARDS 

SECOND PLAYER G. W. HAKLEY 

GRAVEDIGGER G. JAMES 

OPHELIA W. ARLINGTON 

HAMLET BEN COTTON 

MONDAY, January 11th. First Appearance of the World-renowned SONG and DA2TOE tnX. 



HORATIO J. 

BERNARDO J^ 

FIRST PLAYER D. Jt 

PLAYER O.UEEN MISS SHBBM4S 

GHOST _ O. 2CBOAI03. 

QUEEN GERTRUDE JL iLntlSat 

Soldiers. Lords, Courtiers. Etc., \y " 






PIPER'S OPERA HOUSE. 

VIRGINIA CITY, JHEVADA. 

JOHN PIPER PKOPEmroE 



Thin Elfnant Theatre ran be Rented by 

the night ar week. Stars and traveling companies 
liberallj treated with on application to 

JOHN FIT EH, 
Manager and Proprietor, 
Or to J. II. HeCABE, 
juSS-tf 333 Bu&b street. San Francisco. 



METROPOLITAN THEATRE 

SACKAHE.VTO, 

TO RENT, 

By (he Kftght, Week, or Month, from 

Hot. 1st. For terms apply at the Theatre, or by 
letter to W. K. MORROW, Proprietor, Sacramento. 
N E. — I have no authorized Agent anywhere. 
mb24-tf 



ORO FINO THEATRE, 

POBTLAN D , Or tiiou... 

.. H AKD.... 

THEATRE ROYAL, Tfeteria* 

Lessee and Manageress, 

MISS FANNY MOEGAS JPi 



The above Theatres are nw a?m IW 

the Fall and Winter Season with a. *nE DrmutHm 
Company. Stars having- two or bos vnaate mw 
can apply as above, on to J. II. IBcCsVKE, 

Bosh street, San Francisco. 



The Winter Styles. 

All the Uteet Winter styles of hat have been re- 
ceived and are now on view at "The" Hat Store, 
•47 Wa*hin*fton stiveu The variety is very lar^c, 
and the prices charged at this well-known estab- 
lishment arc very reasonable. & 

The Antelope Oy*ter noose. 

Oar specialty, always the best oysters in market 
■erred up in the beat style of cooking. Our 
Eastern transplanted oysters excel any other in 
market Established in lboi. No. C12 Market 
near Montgomery. _ s 

Clan Antotua, M. D., de Paris, Business and 
Medical Clairvoyant and Independent Trance Me- 
dium, 13*i Post street, near DuponL Correct di 
agaosiB and special attention to the treatment o 
diseases. Consultations in French, German and 

If Von 

Feel the need of phosphorus (oerre food), take a 
course of sea-water baths at the Sanitarium foot of 
Powell street. North Beach. Excluisve department 
•sad lady attendant for ladies, Five tickets for $1, 

Charlotte Cuaraao 

Wul not appuur this season, bat the disappoints 
stent is more than repaid by the beautiful display 
mt Christm, ods at Mayers' Bazaar, corner 
Moatgflnery and Pine streets. l 



iW»mcthlB= ElcsanC 

The largest and most magnificent assortment of 
Jevetry and 8.!*." -.j- ware, can be found at Messrs. 

VjiidersHoe £ So 130 Sutter street. i 



Blanket', and FlanneU 

WeH washed and not spoiled, at the Whet Cheer 

Xanndjwj * 



The Old Mint Restaurant. 

At this old established bouse, 605 Commercial 
street, above Montgomery, always noted among 
•be boo vtrante for itsgood things, can be procured 
the finest and best cooked Oysters, Steaks and Chops 
in town. Terrapins and the choicest brands of 
Wines and Liquors a specialty. Charges moderate 
G. M. Hepburn, the new proprietor, Invites the 
pibbc to give the "Old Mint" a triaL 8-r 

The Green Koom. 

This popular resort of the profession and all 
epicures who can appreciate good liquors and a 
good lunch, is directly opposite the California The- 
atre. It has just been beautifully frescord and is 
now a tnodle of taste and elegance. Everybody 
goes to the Green Room between the acta. x 

A«toa Lotting. 

It is really astonishing, the low prices at which 
Zacharias, the jeweler, sells his goods. Any one 
passing along Kearny street, near Sacramento, 
will be attracted by the magnificent display, s 

Pkace is Dbclared in all families who buy their 
furuiture and bedding of J. A. Shaber & Co., 707 
Market street, near Third, because they get bette 
goods for the *amp price than any other dealers. 



Kindness ef Heart. 

Mr. Bently, of Wyoming county, Pa., 
happening infb his hay loft the other day, 
saw a pair of good-sized feet protruding 
vertically above the horizon, and upon in- 
vestigation found that they belonged to 
bis mother-in-law, who, while in quest of 
hen*B-eggs, had slid down head first, and 
got wedged into a space between the wall 
and a brace. With rare magnanimity he 
called two men to bis assistance, and pulled 
her out alive. 



Firm to the Laat. 

A perverse inebriate at an anniversary 
dinner having fallen under the festiveboard 
at a disgracefully early hour, was strongly 
urged by his companions to get out and 
take the air. "Never !" said he ; "never I 
a thousand times never !" But they, never- 
theless, took him quietly up and set him 
out in the garden- "I'm outbere/'saidhe, 
"by brute force. Thaz way (hie) I'm out 
here; but *f yer think I'm goin' to take ther 
air, yer very mush 'staken !" 



The Emerson Piano u> the finest and cheapest 
Piano in the market to-day for general use, Koh- 
ler, Chase & Co., 633 Clay street U 



Washing Ketaumed In One Day. 

And we never disappoint, at the What Cheer 
Iiiondry. No Chinamen employed. 



The Decker Grand Piano is the Kara of sJI oth 
ere, without exception. Kahler, Chase It Co. 
Agents, 633 Clay street. b 



Bunker** Club Bouse Sausages. 

A dclicous table delicacy. They are made of 
dairy-fed pork, are admirably seasoned, and are 
as superior to the ordinary dry, tasteless sous 
age made of beef and perk mixed, as anything 
aaii be imagined. Made fresh every morning at 
Bunker's Stall, 74 and 75 California Market, Cali- 
fornia street entrance. Try thesa. 9-b 

The original "Swain's Bakery" is now established 
i n their magnificent new place at 213 Sutter street 
near Centre Market, and has added a lunch room 
and ice cream saloon. This is their only place cJ 
business. 



Fbotocraphle. 

Edouart & Oobb 604 Kearney street, produce 
?astel Paintings which are superior to either Oil 
>r Water Colors. Enlargements in all styles, gen- 
eral photographic work guaranteed. 9-BH 



For the Holidays. 

A splendid assortment of fine Watches, Jewelry, 
Silverware, etc, at very low prices, at H. A. Col- 
lender's, X. W. comer Mission and Second streets. 
Every article warranted. T 



OPERA HOUSE, 

8AM JOSE, tALA. 



This Beautiful and Newly Renovated 

Theatre is to be let by the Night, Week, or Month, 
at reasonable term?. 
ap24-tf G. BEOHABELi, Proprietor. 



HALL, 



Cil. 



MOZART 

STOCKTON, 



To I/C* by the N.jglil or Week, Tor Dra- 
matic Performances, Concerts. Lectures, etc., at rea- 
sonable rates. Address J. A. Woodman. Proprietor 
and Lessee. Stockton. For particulars enquire of 
W. D. Lewis, 506 Commercial street, San Fran- 
cisco. K. B. Music furnished on all occasions. 
ocl2-tf 



Fresh and Sweet. 

For the best confectionery, go to Canty and 
Wagner's, 107 Montgomery St far Sutter. a 



What Cheer Laundry. 
lil Leidesdorff street, near Sacramento 



MRS. SCOTT'S 

VARIETIES. 

Fun, Pleasure. Yariety and 
Beauty. 

NO EQUAIi. 
In tliis Pleasant Resort 

..:...ONE CAN 

Pass a.xx Evening 

MOST DELIGHTFULLY. 

Here tbe Kindest Attention I. Tendered 
to Both Stranccrs and Residents. 

The Proprietor having catered to the want* of the 

FUN-LOVING PUBLIC! 
Both Here and in Virginia City 

HAS ATTAINED A 
Popularity rncqulled ON THIS COAST .' 

THE PRETTIEST" OF TALENT! 

....JlXTD.... 

THE FINEST OF EVERYTHING 

....AT. .. 

MBS. SCOTT'S VARIETIES, 

....CORNER.... 

Sacramento a"d Kearny Sts. 



PACIFIC HALL, 

CALIFORNIA THEATRE B iTXtDISat ■ 
SAN FKANCISC4K 



This Fine Ilall can he 1 

matic Ferformancea, Operas, CoiicltIsl, J __ 
tares. Benefits, etc., by tbe KTght or Waek, act nav. 
sonable terms. Pacific Hall bas just hvea atafaafhtf 
refitted, frescoed and supplw d -nitb u 5nr BtaveaaaV 
Scenery, and will accommodate 1,500 paxaanavMh 
every seat in full vie* of tbe stage. Fur una ju> 
ply at tbe Hall, to 
oc22 3m ThOS.- M. aTfcafe* 



CHEYENNE OPERA H01Z8S. 

CHEYENNE, WYOMING TERRITfiBT. 



Tb is Popular Theatre Has I 

ly Refitted and Decoratedr First-das Xkaanati 
Companiei or Dramatic Stars commg East «&■ h 
treated liberally upon application eithes-fyft " ._ 
or in person. Address all communications to ~ 
JAMES MeX»AIffZKaV 



Lock Box Ko. 1, Cheyenne, Wja- Tar. : j&i 



McDANIEL'S THEATRE. 

CHEYENNE, WYOMING TERfitTSlY. 



Open the Year Round With a 

Variety Company. Variety Arista 1 1 iniiat. '. 
at all times secure First-Claa&eugap 
be artiste of acknowledged ability i 

wardrobe. Kb others need apply. At 

-TAMES M.-.-DASOX. 
Lock Box No ), Cheyenne, "Wyo. Tex. £a* 



Beth Male ard Female Talent: 

Will do veil by communicating -w0& as, 

ON THEIR WAY EAST 0BWBSI 

AS WE WANT GOOD ARTSaSR 
To lVhoni Good Salaries WjU Br ~fai£ I 

Address 



OC27 



II. B. lO.VDKO A CO., 

Theatre CiiiiiJum^. 
EsfcitcisiK. "W. 



THOS. IV. BREE 4- CO., 

Brass Founders and FiBisliers. „ 

EEEK. FAUCETS a Specialty 
JIASlTAtTCKICKS 

AND REPAIRERS OP 

DRUMS, BANJOS, AND! 

Cold and Silver Platers.. 

SPOONS and FORKS made as Good a* 3Ta». 

Losons eriven on the IJ«n jo a 

542 Mission street, between First and S _ 

K. K— -Fine-toned Silver Solo Banjo* iar : 
rionals always on hand. j*li-»j 






T. B. Boss. 

ROSS 



Wat 
AELTNGTOK. 



Exchange Board inc and Snie 
Stable, 15'i Tehama, off Third Sweet. 
Careof Boarding and Sale Horses a 
Specialty. Sale Horeee always on I 
band. Breaking and Handling C jits. 
etc , with care. 

N. B. Clippingof Horses doueirrti. 
care and dispatch wrth the Enguifa, 
F-rotbera' Patent Machines, which an ■ 
everybody. Price, SIX DO LLAR S,;^ 




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uk-4 mm. 



UH mAKCBCO. WtDSHDAY, JANUARY 



HAVE YOUR PICTURES 



NEW YORK GALLERY 

no. 25 Third St., 



J. Si. t HU», t«f»«wr *• R. I. ■ •»u*4 . 

W99 *'■ Mite 

PALACE OF FASHION. 

A. MORRIS, 

Merchant Tailor, 

Cham* h* M|Mr| .■ ■*■ 

CUSTOM-MADE COOD8 ! 

■» » j ><<i — m tkair an Wma by eaJllrer ud 

My Prices Defy Competition. 

Buiiou Suits $30 

« X Bearer Dress Suits 55 

Melton Overcoats 16 

GuMlmere Pants 7 

Blaek Bearer Pants 10 

811k Tel ret Vests- 9 



MORRIS, 



No. 17 SecondStre et, 



Opr>A*llr I. rami Hotel. 



CALIFORNIA THEATRE. 



'it I ii^mi;. iii.-nl til Mi- 

J OHN M°C U L L OUGH! 

THIS ETOnXO JANUARY 6 

win w in iiii-i rt>R Tii r» huu.m. Tix-d;, 

MAI'lUIll JOHN leCULLOUGH 

BARTOK BILL 

li> \ 
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•*» W lb* Kma ■),. Kl |{ 

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«aW •«— vjlix lta<l»ia II HE8TAYKR 

TIM. It: DARLINII 
Hl^ AHA Sll I 

KIIIK WILSON 
HENRI 
.ROBERT PATF.MAN 

II .1 P BURNETT 

1; N THAYER 

HURRY WOODS 

I S. TORRENCE 
M WO I'- 
ll MATTHEWS 

H HACKLIN 

1' II MISS JENS 

- ITi II MISS BELLE C'B 1PM \ '. 

II MISS CARRIE 

MISS KAfll 

IARLINQ 

Ml-s ANNIR HIOOH 

11 KMAN 

: ...■■.... ..■■...■■ ■■■■■ .■■■...■.■..■■. MISS LOTJI8A johnbtone 

MATT1II v. LOCKE'S ORIGINAL MUSIC will b« Interpret©.! under the baton of Mr. Cbarlea Scbultr. an.l the sones incan- 

utinn*. etr..n, Mr Stephen LMob by M Mlae Belle Cliai m. Mi Carrie Wyatt Min.'liOuUia 

Jonnetone. Mm Hawkins. Ihe MiaeeaMnOftbe. Mean* Steiiheu Leacb Trehanc. HawWim ' t.liin, etc, 

Tl3.tl.rs<a..a,37- ES-\7-©n's. TH133 WIFE 

FRIDAY EVENING, January 8«h, 1875, 

Benefit of Mr. loin McCiillough 

3PA.3VCQj>r A INT 33 PYTHIAS. 

SATURDAY NIGHT, HOWARD PAYNE'S Tragedy o( 
MONDAY, JANUARY 11th, 1S76, 

BENEFIT OF MI 38 BELLA PATEMAN. 

On which occasion she will appear in hei great character of MERCY MERRICK, in THE 

INTDEXXT TJtt A <3r X> A 3L. .E2 IV „ 



VOL. XXI. 



SULLIVAN 

JMCORHEI 

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CLOAK* 



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WILHUN'H 



Palace Amphitheatre. 

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O XX I ARIIVI'0 

ROYAL ITALIAN CIRCUS 



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PROGRAMME FOR THI8 EVENING. 

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mil. Lion '.Irlini III on Itarrlmrlt lli.i-.i-. 
ri.,1, ii MK. MIIIMII. 

■3 THE BONELESS HAN, ■KNOB IIKANT*. las 

hla hlehl) |>Ii>a.lnu mid litluillnlili- ini li,rmaat«nc- 

14 "OTHELLO" Tbr « orlil.Ri nil,, n, ,1 "BKI 1*VT 
IOI .T" Inn i.-.l b>SII..«.l LSI PPI; I HI IKUI 

15 ROMEO SEBASTIAN, Tbr I...11I ^.inu nmillaad 

I'lr.iiii II.- I niii.lrluii. riimii. Hit. WAKNBaK 

IC I LIGHT OF APOLLO Uimoiilliiii III. play aaT 

HoraenuiIlHUIP on SIX HAUEU II K STEEDS * 

Br ■ iiEoiiouo lima 



NOTICE. SMOKING STRICTI.Y PROHZBITES 



Aftkrnoos- Matiskks every WKiiNEnriAr au-1 Saturpav 
AdiniBsion to the Matinees. 511 cenu. Children. Half-IT ' 
Doors open at 1 o'clook. Performance to commenoe at % 



«"LD'S { Business 

24 Poet St. , San Francisco 



T**? L*rtt-*1 ami Bol Baalnriui CoUece 
•w Ut* OiBMt. lu gnAu*U» are qualified for baai- 
■•-• and enabled to oil hacraUre tltuaUons at oooe. 
Taauxc nveo ahould —»'"<'— this school before at- 
SaavUn« elaowhere. For information call at the 
•*^ N*v 34 Poet street, or addreas E. P. Ileald. 
Btm rnacUoo. oclU-tf 

"THE VILLA," 

At tb» New 

GOLDEN GATE PARK, 

TheBolldiof tn-inr. ]aat been oomrHeted. !■ 
aMUroBDOpfDio bo oaoua The boaaeiBele- 
laatlr lamlaned. aad baa 

Four Public Parlors, 

-AJID— 

Ten Private Dining Rooms, 

Twe whole baina: on nt, n«,t ilk* a pnblio hotel 
bai a* it is named 

An Elegant Villa. 

"tfce VIIU-' is iftcawd A t tbe Uat or north-wear 
•re fate of tbe Park. 

Ho t oar*.vn BrMkfaaM Olnnera and Snppen 
awaawreaea tbeaoorLMst nouce. 

CUIDO MANCENBERC. 

PROPRIETOR. U»-» 




PROGRAMMES, 

And all klnda of Printing for 

Shows, Lectures, 

Concerts, Theatres, 

Excursions, &c. 

AT LOW RATES, BY 

B. r. STERETT, 

532 CLAY STREET. 



Attention, Good Livers! 

P. B. BERQES ft CO., 
MINERS' RESTAURANT, 

Ja>. Bercea, ttTmnly Pro. 

■a l alia of the Minera' Realaurant. haa 
aaken loa raanaseioent of both the 

niaaira' Reataurant on Oo&uaerclaf 

aaxoet aoj the Miners' Braoeh on Mar- ~~~^~~~ 
ftat atreeC. Our BtlU of Kare embrace all the deli 
•adea of too aeaaon; our Motto M "Good Fare. 
«ood OooUni and Moderate Ohartaa." "™~ *"^ 
aavanfromD a. at. to 10 v. H. aeSi-tf 

Sn «Hd 533CosmunercUI and TM Market 

Oneafremji.miom.a,. 



nTW 

ANTISELL 
PIANO CO. 

Capital Stock, $500,000 



If Von Want ii riiuio, itu> nt ll<:nl- 
quartcrs, an'l don't Ym fitoli^l into Inivinj, advorlirtwl 
worthlewt tra*li. Buy au ANTISKLL PIANO- 
FORTE, and you have too bent Piano madu, and 

. b] hundredflof our leadloB* artLato ana - 

addans Uironghont Oallfornla. Wo sell atinauufac- 

tiir. rs' [.ricta, and having a lur^ Capital and luiHt- 
OQ&bled to iiinlurxull agouts who are only 
niidilloraeij Agrnffiliavu to|iay higli iirici'-3 tocover 
tlj'.'ir I0B8 OPBtlits, and HHualiy malw l.hu unurnious 
protlts of from *1(»0 Ut $500. To be torewaruod is to 
be foreariut 1 We have jimt received from our fac- 
tory a tine aagortment that we offer at a small ad- 
dthei for cash or inHtalments, instead of 
renting. Tbcy are overstrung bass Agraifea, French 
action, etc.. uosscssing every imjiroveinent recog- 
nb-.fl by pcfiiifc of cultivated musical taste, and the 
fraud result is that for power, sweetness, brilliantly, 
and Hinging quality of tone, evenness throughout the 
entire tcale, aelfcaoyand elasticity of touch, strength, 
durnbflity. beauty and rhiiali, the ANTISELL PI- 
ANO etaijila une*inalled. 
N. B.— Weeolu OUI iniiif'.dlaneouf.Btockatftuction, 
nstated of ISteinwiiy .V Son. I'liickeriug, and 
Brothers, as it don't paf to keep those makes, 
we find the demand so limited. 

T.M ANTISELL&Co. 

BEHOVED TO 

640 Washington Street. 

dnl2 



THE CLIFF HOUSE! 

ROtRIHG OCEAN!" "SURGING BREAKERS 
FOAMING SURF, MONSTER SEA LIONS 

Appetizing Breakfasts, Lunches. 
Dinners and Suppers. 

BRING YOUR WIPK1 

BKING YOIIH PIVMILY1 
■ RING YOUR LAUT FRIKTNOfl 

And anior a rlaw of 'the ftnaat OCEAN PANO- 
RAMA IM run WORLD, all in allht of , 
the world-re\io*ned 

Ooldexji Grate. 

With a float of whito-irinaed maaaaniara eotartru 
from erery part of the oomraareial world. 

aar-Naw Ltoe Bnaaea, ooonaotioc with Street 
Oare at Lone Mountain ayarr 16 ntinntaa hareaf tat 
for Ihe Uliff Honaa jyl-tf 



SAN FRANCISCO BATHS 

AND 

Hairdressing Establishment. 

«3« WtwhiiaKtnn Ntreet, 

below Kearny. PKIOES R£-_ 

DUCED; Baths. 26 cents, Shav-^ 

fng. 25 oesta. Hair cutting. 25 

ctntfl, Bhazapooing, 25 cents, 

Kedlcated Baths. ae 3-X JOHN CUU£F 



THY 

LEAVY BRO. & GO'S. 

Own Brand of Imported 

Consolidated Virginia 
CI GARS ! 

REINA VICTORIAS. 

WHOLKSAIJ! DEPARTMENT, 

500 Montgomery St. 

•RETAIL. 

Cor. of Hush ajftd ki'arnv. Luurel Pulnco. 

ja2-3m 

OF 

Daily Evening Post 

HAS REMOVED TO 

Northeast Corner 
SACRAMENTO & MONTGOMERY. 

jaXlw 



<$20 Homes. 

2)00 Men Wanted to Buy Lots in tbe 

ANTISELL TRACT, BERKELEY 

$20 down, balance $10 per month. $200 each. 

Auction Price. Cheapest erer offered. 

Apply at 

ANTISTLL PIANO ROOMS 

640 Waabineton Street. delfl^l 



DR. FERDEMANDERZ, 

Ko Celebrated for Ii.it* Success In the 

treatment of all diseases of men and rvouien has 

his office at 

215 Kearny Street, bet. Bush & Sutter. 



GEO. A. CA.SE, 

Ti Mnu.eomery Street, 
Opp. Lick House. 



To the Unfortunate. 

Sr. Gibbon's Dispensary, 

No. Wi3 Kearny Street, Corner of 

Commercial. Ban Francisco. Entrance on 
Commercial. Established in 1354. for the 
treatment and cure of all diseases of the uri- 
nary and generative organs, and all physi- 
cal conditions or Weakness consequent 
upon the errors or ignorance of the sexes. 8kin dis- 
ease (of years' standing) and rheumatism, success- 
fully treated. The sick and the afflicted should not 
fail to call upon him. The Doctor has traveled ex- 
tensively in Europe, and. . inspected thoroughly the 
various hospitals there, obtaiiting a great deal of 
valuable information, which he is competent to 
Impart to thorn) in need of his services. Dr. Gibbon 
will make no charge unless he effects a cure. 

Address DR. 3. P, GIBBON, Box 1957. San 
Francisco. no25-tf 



IDF 1 aimv ivr-A-irsr cajst 
JOHN BOLLMAN 

Can, and Docs, Sell. In spite of ;i leeion 

of long-tailed Celestials and their white friends, 
PTJKE HAVANA CIQABJ9 FOR FIVE CENTS 
APIECE, or THIRTY DOLLARS PER THOUS- 
AND. They are called 

Los Brilliantes. 

And, judging by the daily increasing demand for 
them, they will in time outsell any other brands of 
cigars. Competition, of course, will do all it can to 
retard and stop their sale, and therefore we would 
earnestly request the generous pubUc to see for Itself 
and first give thuru a fair trial, ere condemning 
them. A meritorious article may he cheap as well, 
and our maxim has been and always will he, to sell 
a first-rate article at the lowest price pokhiblm. 
Those cigars as well as our celebrated Russian 
OlOABZTOB are sold in all the principal cigar stores 
in this city find adjoining towns, or the factory, -10(1 
WASHINGTON STREET, CORNER BATTERY, 




Look for above trade mark, when yon buy and be- 
ware of imitations, 

N. B. For a smoker, as a holiday gift, you could 
hard! y select anything more suitable and acceptable 
than our Cioaita and Russian ClOARlToa, especi- 
ally our La Mosoovitas manufactured of Turkish 
tobacco worth $5 jier pound. The finest Cigaritos in 
Market, sold at tbe factory for $20 per thousand, d4 



LANGLliiY'S 

SAN FRANCISCO DIRECTORY, 

187B. 

Established. 1857. 

The < anvtvis for tbe Above Reliable 

work will be completed in a few days, and the print- 
ing thereof scoured without delay. The undersigned 
will esteem it a favor to be notified of any changes 
of firms, removals, new arrivals in this city, or any 
other additions or alterations from this date. 

HENRY G. LANQLEY, Proprietor. 
612 Clay street, between Montgomery and Kearny, 
del4-2w Up Stairs. 



Finest Singing Room in the Citj 

....AT THK.... 

ASSEMBLY ROOM 

T'r©© and HJiasy-, 

NO. 33 <;i; till STKKICT, 

Bet. Kearny and Dupont, 

FREE AND EAST EVERY NIGHT. 

This fine ftud OOmmodious Room lias just 1-et.T. 
built, expressly for the Free and Easy going p nMHc 
U la Dearly Sixty feet long by 23 wide, with au«*t» 
vated roof and the best of veutilation. 

The Proprietors of thiB Elegant Saloon baroapvaW 

no expense in HuiMiug un.l I tec mating, and hot* V* 
strict attention to business to gala the public bMtec 
They keep the very best. . if WINES. LIljUORS ^* 
Cf GAKN.nnd Also aguedHOMK-COOKKU LUNCH 
hot every night. 

&?,' FREE and EASY every evening 1MB 

ROCKAWAY OYSTER HOUS»- 

1004 Market Street, Rear Junctloci ol 
Market and PoweU 

Choices! Oysters, Chops nnd as 

Steaks st.iv.il to order tit uU_ houn. \W\ 



SI lTi;i:s mi Forties and Families ^ 
promptly supplietl The patronage of 
ourfrienib and the. public i-. rc-.jHjet- 
fully solicited. HENRY LANGK. 

ED. KREHMKH. 
oo30-tf ProprietonB. 



The Celebrated Pan Roast 

Either California or Eastern Oystex* 
Cooked to Order at 

SOLOMON TESMOB.ES 

Stalls, 57, 5S and 50 California Market. 
(Entrance on Pine street,) 

Families and Restaurants supplied at short 
delMin 



J. C. COMBES, 
TERRAPIN LUNCH, 
Terrapin Constantly on Hand 

Oysters in every style. PRIVATE 
SUPPER ROOMS FOR PARTIES. 



MORACHAN& LYNCH. 

DEALERS IN 

Oysters. Claim mill nil kind* 
of shell Firth. Stall US California Mar- 
ket, San Francisco. Open Day and 
Night. Familiua, Public and Private 

Parties, Hotels, Shipping and Restau- 
rants supplied. _^_^^_ 



GFORQK MATES, 
Denier In'Oysten*. Clams, nnd 

all kinds of SHELL FISH. Stalls Nos. 
■to. 41,4S,CallioniU Market, entrance 
on California ■ ■ i ■ i 

Public or private parties and families 
from G a, M. to 13 r M. LailJeii* and Cent 
Oyster Rooms open from 6 a. X to U t- m 




MINNIE WtLLIAMS. 



The Mother of Hlnnlr tVllllaMM 

tain fnfonuation conoeraiog her child by <_ 
the "Ficajro ' UlSc. botWMO 9 and 13 a. m. 



THE ORGAN OF AMUSEMENTS. 



I bed Every Day Id the Year, by 

iT. 3F". BOOARDU0. 

AT 

32 Merchant and 537 Washington St* 
Below Montgomery. San Francisco. 



WEDNESDAY JaNUABY B 



Brady Hade Dramatic Plot*. 

A writer in the Boston Courier of the 
27th, (received here yesterday), expresses 
identically the same idea of Dion Bouci. 
cault'* adaptations which we did in Satur- 
day's i**ue of Fh;.\ho. He says: "From 
Shak.-peare to Robertson and Boucicault, 
there is scarcely a man of them who has 
not borrowed plot or language, and often- 
times both, from some predecessor. 

If you wish to find the originals of Shaks- 
pOMre'i weird sisters, read Middleton's 
"Witch." But Middleton's conceptions 
were common-place beside those of the 
Swan of Avon. The one are grovelling 
creatures of clay, scarcely leas material 
than Katie King; the others are awful in 
their malignity — supernatural creatures of 
the storm and the whirlwind, whose foul 
plotting* are as irresistible and direful as 
those of the sister Fates. 

And so to put it mildly, we will allow 
that Boucicault is not an honest dramatist 
But if he sins, he sins in good company, 
and when he adopts an unfortunate drama- 
tic child he clothes it with Buch purple and 
fine linen, in the way of situations, and 
loads it with such jewels of wit and senti- 
ment, that its father, if he were to come 
out of the grave, would hardly recognize it 
as the offspring of his brain. 

Dion is the very pink of literary high- 
way men — the Clamde Duval of literature. 
With what a grace he bids the heavy old 
mail coaches, that have been lumbering 
along the road of time in their passage to 
Oblivion, disgorge their mouldy contents, 
and with what rare instinct he selects the 
treasures, and leaves the rocky cairn be- 
side the roadside to tell of incompetence 
and death. 



Natural Enouch. 

Here is a natural soliloquy of a six-year- 
old boy : "I wonder what makes papa tell 
auch nice stories to his visitors about his 
holding his master's rattan when he went 
to school, and about his running away from 
the Bchool mistress, when she was going to 
whip him, and then shut me up all day in 
a dark room, because I tried just once to 
be as smart as he has been. Wonder what 
made papa say that wicked word, when 
Betsey upset the ink ill over his papers, 
and then slapped my ears when I said the 
same thing when my kite string broke. 
Wonder why mamma told Bridget, the 
other day, to say she was not at home when 
Tommy Day's mother called, and then puts 
me to bed without my supper every time I 
tell a He. O dear ! there are lots of things 
I want to know. How I wish I was a 
man.'" 



A Hard Vane. 

A New York mercantile house held an 
unsettled claim of long* standing against a 
lame duck "out West," and hearing he 
was becoming "well-to-do," sent their claim 
on to a lawyer to collect. In due time they 
received a reply, which effectually "laid" 
any hope they might have entertained of 
receiving their money, Itranin this wise : 
"Gents, you will never get any spondulicks 
fr. hi Bill Johnson. The undersigned called 
upon him yesterday, and found him with 
n«ry tile {ne'er a hat), his feet upon the 
naked earth, and not clothes enough upon 
him to wad a gun." We call that an ex- 
simile. 



A Pleasant Reply. 

Our friend Jones has been doing homage 
if of bright eyes, and talking tender 
things by moonlight. A few evenings since, 
Jones resolved to "make his destiny se- 
c'u■e. ,, Accordingly he fell onhis knees he- 
ft-re the fair Dulcinea, and made his pas- 
siun known. She rehis.?d him flat. Jump- 
ing to his feet, he informed her in choice 
terms, that there were aa good fish in the 
sea as ever were caught. Judge of the ex- 
asperation of our worthy swain when she 
coolly replied, "Yes, but they don't bite at 
toads'!" Jones has learned a lesson. 



How to Dress Well. 

Over two-thirds of the best dressed gentlemen 
In tin* city (those who drees in style we mean) 

would say, it a.«kcd the question where they had 
their clothes mnde, that they went \--> Jnhn Bull's, 
No. 109 Third street, and would also advise yow 
and your friends lo go there if yon want a perfect- 
tilting suit made in the latest style, from cither 
imported or domestic goods, at the lowest price 
compatible wiUi a good garment. e. 



The Stage Mother. 

Everybody who has ever had any expe- 
rience behind the scenes knows the stage 
mother. If you have ever taken dinner 
with a prima donna, or stood on the coulis- 
ses with a ballet girl, or accidentally en- 
tered the manager's office on pay-day, or, 
in your inexperienced youth, hung round 
the stage door at midnight waiting for the 
angel of your soul to come out in a faded 
calico dress, with a satchel on her arm; if 
you have ever been to rehearsal, or heard 
a play read, or got, by accident as it were, 
into the green-room, or been commissioned 
by a meeting of our best citizens to get up 
a laural wreath or a diamond necklace, or 
a farewell for the admirable Celestine who 
had done so much for society on her one 
toe, or been sent by the leading ladies of 
Murray Hill to request Coralie to* sing at 
a charity benefit, so that all those leading 
ladies could appear in print as official pat- 
rons of the poor — if, I say, you have done 
any or all of these things then you have — 
you must have seen an aged woman in 
rusty black, a portly, grim, monthly-nurse 
figure, looking at you out of the depths of 
experience with the calm rectitude of years 
and the impregnable security of matern- 
ity. 

That was the stage mother. You never 
escaped her, provided you went through any 
of the experiences I have mentioned. 

You saw her step out of the stage door 
at midnight, overshadowing the joy of your 
heart with the dusky vings of her water- 
proof. You felt that she was sitting grim- 
ly silent behind you in the dressing-rooms, 
a petrifaction of humility, but catching 
every word you uttered. She passed be- 
tween you and the '"light of the ballet" in 
the wings. 

She came into the box that you hired for 
Ernestine on the off-night, and sat in the 
corner patiently. She followed Madeline 
on the sunny side of Broadway. She filled 
the remaining seat in Evadne's coupe. 

There she was always knitting her ever- 
lasting crochet and munching her incon- 
sumable " sweet flag " root She never 
slept, never was indisposed, never stayed 
away on account of the weather. She was 
always somewhere, looking on calmly and 
grimly out of her bombazine and matern- 
ity. 

Capture of Tigers. 

Jamrach, a London dealer in animals, 
gives the particulars of tiger capture in 
Asia, Full-grown tigers are never brought 
away for the use-of showmen, as they can- 
not be tamed, and make trouble by gnaw- 
ing and breaking their cages. Therefore 
only those under six months of age are cap- 
tured. The natives stealthily watch their 
lairs at the time of brooding, and upon 
waylaying a male at a distance from the 
female and her litter, shoo*, him. For his 
head they get a government reward of fifty 
rupees. When the cubs are old enough to 
live without their mother, she is also shot 
and beheaded. The capture of the young 
ones is then safe and easy. They are kept 
at Calcutta until after teething, and are 
thence sent to the purchasers. The Sultan 
of Turkey buys many, but most of them go 
to menageries in various parts of the world. 
Tigers are also killed by the natives for 
their skins, which, if handsomely marked, 
are worth a hundred rupees each. The 
claws, too, are bought by the Indian jewel- 
ers and sold for ornaments. Jamrach says 
that the number of men eaten by tigers in 
Singapore is very great, and that an aver- 
age of one Chinese woodchopper disappears 
every day. 

The Young Man from the East. 

" Im a stranger in this city, 
I'm lately from the East, 
And mighty fond of oysters; 
Where can i get a feast? 
I've been t*> all the restaurants, 
But nowhere could I find, 
A plate of Eastern oysters. 
Of the old fashioned kind." 

"Well, I can tell you," said his friend, 

"Exactly where to go. 

And where to get your oysters, 

Direct from where they grow. 

Just take a stroll down PINESTREET, 

At 419. opposite the Market, 

You'll see a sign, THE SADDLE ROCK, 

You can't fail to remark it. 

"Emerson Corville keeps the place, 

The best saloon in town, 

There you can get your oysters raw, 

Or fried so crisp and brown. 

He's th-j largest oyster dealer 

On the Pacific Coast) 

And thut he keeps the freshest 

Has ever been his boast, 

"He'sgot nice little private rooms, 
Where you COD sit at ease, 
And eat your California stew, 
Or Eastern if you please. 
All the young men of fashion go 
Right to the SADDLE ROCK, 
Tt) eat their EASTERN OYSTERS 
And drink their Rhenish hock." 



Great Bargains In nothing. 

The only store in the city that has'the largest, 
cheap. -; and finest assortment of Men's and Boys 
Oothbigi i* H. Peyser's Montgomery Avenue Coth- 
Eng Store, 711 Montgomery street, between Wash- 
ington and Jackson. Also, a large assortment of 
Men's and Boy vcreoats and Cloaks, and the 
floest stock of Gems' Furnishing Goods, Trunks, 

VallseSj et<\ 2-x 

Tfc. Mason & Hamlin Organs are acknowledged 
to he the . at the same time giving 

forth the Bweeteti ne of any other. Kohler, 
Chase & Co., 633 Clay street. v 



San ta Clans 

Is not a myth if New Year's candies of every 
kind, shape and color (both home-made and im- 
ported), is any proof of the existence of the time- 
honored deity, of presents for little ones. In fact, 
George Haas & Co., No. 20 Kearny street, has fac 
similes of Santa Claus (in Candy) that are really 
good enough to eat. His holiday stock of home- 
made candies and bon-bon boxes cannot be ex- 
celled anywhere, as a visit to his store will show. K 



Holiday Confectionery* 

A fine assortment of holiday candies and new 
styles of Christmas tree trimmings, fancy boxes, 
costume bon-bons, cornucopias, sugar fruits and 
ancy articles just received at J. Vogeley & 
Brothers, late of the Mechanics' Fair of 1874, 26 
Second street, near Grand Hotel. * 

Medical Wonder. 

The great euro for rheumatic and other pains, 
colds, sprains, etc. For sale everywhere. L 



Lccocq's latest Sh cress. 

Of Lecocq'a last production a Paris let- 
ter writer says : "Les Pres .St. Gervais" is 
undoubtedly a great success. It would not 
lie fair to call it opera bwffc a TOfi 
for it is nothing of the kind. It is more 
like an Italian than a French 

production. Although M. Lecocq has com- 
posed the music of those two horrors of 
impropriety, " Les Cent Vierges " and 
"Madame Angot." still, even in each light 
compositions U th<*y are, he shows evidence 
that he could do better things if he chose. 
The trace of a severe ntiuly of Mozart's 
music is noticeable throughout this com- 
poser's new opera, and reminiscences of 
"Vedrai Carino" and "Voi Che Sapete" 
are abundant. The sweetest air in the 
whole piece is the truly charming La Jtoee 
et h Muntet, which is full of sentiment and 
grace. Some of the choruses are of "La 
Mere Angot" calibre and destined to be 
equally popular on the street organs." 



Times Have Changed. 

The Boston Courier says : "While sitting 
in the lunch room at the Parker House the 
other evening, we overheard a gentleman 
say to his companion : "Those high prices 
be blowed ! Talk about your opera ! Why 
I remember when I used to go to the How- 
ard Athenaeum— when the ladies went with- 
out bonnets and in full evening dress, and 
the gentlemen swallow tails and white ties 
and kids — to hear Grisi, Lagrange, Brig- 
noli, and the rest, and I paid a dollar and a 
half for the best seat in the house. Now I 
pay three dollers to hear Albani and Heil- 
bron, and sit next to a man who wears pan- 
taloons tucked into his boots !" 



Pianos to rent from $4 to S10 per month, by 
Kohler, Chase k Co., No. 633 Clay street. u 



NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. 



[Late Stage Manager of Maguire's New The- 
atre, formerly Business Manager and Agent 
of Strakoscb-Nilsson Concert, Maretzk 
Italian Opera, Grau's Opera Bouffe, 
Wyndham Comedy Comp'y, Jane 
C'ooinbes' Comedy Company - , 
etc. etc.] 

Bees to Inform the Profession and Pub- 
lic that he Is prepared to organize, manage and ar- 
range on moderate terms 

Concerts, Benefits, Thearic als, 

Amateur Performances, 

tableaux, etc. 

And Entertainments of all kinds, PUBLIC AND 
PRIVATE, to furnish, if reuuired. 

Professional Aid, Costumes, Properties 
Accessories. 

To give attention to proper and suitable publicity, 
advertising, etc. 

Parties undertaking any kind of Amusement, En- 
tertainments, will save money and sacure efficiency 
by entrusting their business to 

Address: Muicuirc's New Theatre. 



EXTRA HARD METAL SCOTCH TYPE 

HI II I It A RICH. MED. Type Founders, 
Edinburg and London, beg leave to call attention to 
their 

EXTRA-HARD METAL TYPE, 

which secures the combined advantages of higher 
finish, increased durability and diminished weight. 
This metal, after many years' trial under the Hoe 
and other Machines of the leading London and Eng- 
lish and Scotch provincial Daily Papers, has been 
found to be at least twice as durable as the or- 
dinary type metal, and has gained it very universal 
preference. The great improvements they have in- 
troduced in their manufacture, enable them to 
supply Fonts of this superior metal without any in- 
crease of Price upon the ordinary quality. 

The new type ou which the Figaro is printed is 
from the above foundry. Every article for a com- 
plete news or job printing office furnished at the 
lowest prices. 

A large stock of news paper, all sizes and weights, 
which is offered ou favorable terms. 

READ, BRAND &CO. 

310 and 313 Clay Street. 

□o2-3m 



OAKLAND DISTRIBUTING AGENCY 

TAYLOR St CO., 
Bill and Card Distributor 

FOR OAKLAND and Vicinity. 

Will faithfully make distributions 

Circulars. Dodgers, Cards. 

And every description of 

Priatoci Matter 

At most Reasonable rates. 
TAYLOR Si CO. DISTRIBUTE 

" FIGA.ELO " 

In Oakland every day. and are to be relied upon 
S3T Orders Received at this Office. 






THE HOUSEHOLD FURNISHING CO. 

32& PINE STREET. SAN FRANCISCO. 

Tinned. Planished. Japanned, 'VTooden 

and Rattan Ware. Brass. Copper, Fire-Gilt and 
Plated Goods. 

Ornamental and Artistic Household 
Articles. de-29-ljn 



HORTICULTURAL HALL. 

WINTER GARDEN. 

(Stodrton Street, between Post and Sutter Streets. 

Saturday, January 23d. 
GREATER TrUN EVER. 

THIRD GRAND 

COSMOPOLITA N 

Bal Masque! 

Look at the Creat List of 

Attractions. 

FULL BALLET CORPS 

Under the direction of the Ch a rm ing 
DansetttB, 

Miss AMY BENNETT 

Will perform in OLT> ENGLISHMORRIS 

DANCE. MAYPOLE DANCE. 

PARISIAN LADIES 1 

QUADRILLE. 

Grand Pageam Procession I 

Presenting A 

CONGRESS OF ALL NATIONS I 

Allegorical and Realistic, introducing 

The Buffalo of the West; the Camel of the East 
Our Darwinian Ancestry. Grand Chariots and 
Horses. Rich Appointments, Elaborate anil Mag- 
nificent Costumes, forming a noble picture of unpar- 
alleled richness and splendor. 

QUADRILLE DISLOQUE ' 

(Original) 
By the Disjointed Troupe of Dancers ! I 

SCHMIDT &~SCHL0TT'S 

GRAND ORCHESTRA OF 20 PIECES,. 

Six Valuable and Artistic Frizes 

Will be awarded as follows : 

TO LADIES— The Handsomest Costume; the 
Most Correct Historical Costume; the Most Original 
Costume. 

TO GENTLEMEN— Costume and the best sus- 
tained Original Character; the most correct Shakes- 
perian Costume and Character ; the most eccentric 
Costume and Character. 

LADIES* PHIZES. 

Superb Oxide Silver Casket, carved with elabo- 
rate and artistic coverings in bas relief. 

Elegant Bohemian Glass Toilet Set, richly colored 
and gilt, with fine enamelled medallions on each 
piece. 

Full Size Quarto Morocco Album, ricWy orna- 
mented and gift. 

GENTLEMEN'S PRIZES. 

Monster Meerschaum Pipe of great value. 
Handsome Brunze Carved Inkstand. 
Tortoise sheU Cigar Cases. 

jfcir The Prizes will be exhibited one week bufore 
the Ball. 

Special UTo+loe. 

The immense success of the COSMOPOLITAN 
BALS MASQUES bas induced some unscrupulous 
speculator to filch, and use the title, in advertising 
some low third-class Ball. The public is hereby cau- 
tioned that the only genuine and successful COSMO- 
POLITAN BALS lVLASQUES have been, and will 
be given, at Horticultural Hall, under the direction 
of SIM CJENESE. 

TICKETS, TWO DOLLARS. 

Double Ticket, admitting Lady and Gentleman, 
Three Dollars. ja2 




Crowded Day and Nightly. The Enter- 
prising proprietors of the Southern Pacific Oyster 
House have added additional oeat and private 
rooms to their establishment, retaining their ever- 
popular prices. These popular refreshment rooms 
are on Summer street, below Kearny, between Cal- 
ifornia and Pine. de24-3m. 



MONEY TO LOAN I 

UPON STOCKS, BONDS, REAL ESTATE, 

LIFE INSURANCE POLICIES, AND ALL 
OTHER GOOD COLLATERALS, BY 

JOHN T. LITTLE, 

de31-lm 4051 ' CALIFORNIA STREET. 



SAVE YOUR MONEY. 

For all kind of Howard and 

Waltham Watches at Manufacturers' 
Prices— Cases guaranteed 18 karat gold— go 
to F. HOFLENG Sole Agent in San Fran- 
cisco, corner Third and Market Streets, Nucleus 
Hotel. All kinds of Solid Jewelry made to order 
and for sale. Diamonds Bet and for sale at the low- 
est living prices Manufacturing and Repairing 
done' del5-3m 



North Carson S. M. Co. 

OFFICE OF COMPANY 

Room 14. No. 302 Montgomery St. 

Location of Mine, 

Eagle Valley, on tbe Lonxrtftoek Ranee, 

and about three miles from American Flat. Detail 
maps on file at the office. de26-tf 



Dr. ft «'. O'DOWELL, Oilier and Resi- 
dence 835 Kearny, near Jackson up stairs: Gradu- 
ate of Dartmouth College, and late Surgeon in tbe 
U. S. Army. Treats office patients for a fee of 81; 
Tisits, $1 50; Medicines fxeo; Obstetrical cases $15. 
fe25-tf 



DIVIDEND NOTICES. 

RANK OF THE 

WESTERN SAVINC8 



TRUST CO. 

SAN FKANCLSCO, JAN, 4, 1875. 

Depositors* JJiAitleud. 

The Directors of this Corporation hare 

this day declared the semi-annual dividend, at tho 
rate of ten (10) per cent, per annum on Term Do- 
posits and eight (8) per cent, on Ordinary Deposits, 
payable on and after January 10th, 1875, at the office* 
of the Bank, northeast corner of Post and Kearny 
streets. p. CLAY. 

jao-lm Vice-President and Cashier. 



Dividend Notice. 
SECURITY SAVINGS BANK 

»I5 SANSOME STREET. 



The Board of Directors have declared 

a Dividend to Depositors for the Term ending De- 
cember 31st, 1874, at the rate of Nine (9) per cent. 
iter annum on Term Deposits and Seven and one- 
half (7JJ per cent, per annum on Ordinary Deposits, 
free of Federal Tax, payable on aud after January 
13th. 1875. JOHN PARROTT, 

jag-lw President. 



Dividend Notice. 

THE GERMAN SAVINGS AND LOAN BOCT 

The Board of Director* have declared 

the dividend for the current half year ending De- 
cember 31st, 1874. at the rate of nine (9) per cent, 
per annum on Term Deposits, and seven and one- 
half (71) per cent, on Ordinary Deposits, free of Fed* 
ral tax, and payable on and after January 15th. 

By Order. GEO. LETTE, 

de31-2w Secretary. 



Dividend Notice. 

SAN FRANCISCO SAVINGS UNION, NO, 534 
CALIFORNIA ST., CORNER WEBB. 

For the half year ending with Decem- 
ber 31st, 1S74, a dividend has been declared at the* 
rate of nine (9) per cent per annum on Term De- 
posits, and seven and one-half (71) per cent on Or- 
dinary Deposits, free of Federal tax, payable on 
and after January 13th, 1875. 

Per order LOVELL "WHITE, Cashier. 
de29-lm 



PACIFIC MAIL 

STEAMSHIP CO. 

For China and Japan. 



Leave Wharf corner First and 

Brannan Streets every alternate SAT- 
URDAY, at Noon, for 

YOKOHAMA and HONG KONG 

Connecting at Yokohama with Company's Brane 
Line for Shanehae via Hiogo and Nagasaki. 

For Itfew York 

VIA PANAMA. 

Steamers leave at 12 M. every alternate WEDNES- 
DAY, connecting via Panama Railroad with one ot 
the Company's Steamers from Aspinwall to New 
York. 

FOR. F^CT^LBft A 

Calling at all the Calif omian, Mexican and Centra 
American Porta. Steamers leave at 12 o'clock noon 
every alternate THURSDAY. 

ffa?' Through tickets sold to and from LIVER 
POOL. QUEENSTi »WN. SOUTHAMPTON, BRE 
MEN, BREST. HAVRE, HAMBURG, STETTIN 
COPENHAGEN and NORWAY. 

Each ship carries an experienced Surgeon. Medi- 
cal attendance free. 

For Santa Barbara, San Pedro, Los 
Angelos, Anaheim & San Diego. 

Steamers leave at 9 o'cloc k A. M . 

For SAN BUENAVENTURA and HUENEMB 
calling at intermediate points. Steamer sails at 4 
o'clock P. M. 

NO EXTRA CHARGE for Meals or Staterooms. 

For Dates of Sailing Bee Daily Papers. 

Apply for freight or passage at the 

Pacific Mail Steamship Co's 

OFPXOE: 

Corner I«ldesdorfl and Sacramento Stg. 
del-tf JENNINGS 8. COX. Agent. 



S. F. and N. P. B. R. Co. 



On and after December, 18T4, the Slmr. 
ANTELOPE, Capt. WARNER, will leave San Fran- 
cisco daily (Sundays excepted) from Front and Green. 
street Wharf at 2:00 o'clock. P. M., connecting a* 
Donahue's Landing with the cars for Petaluma* 
Santa Rosa, HealdBburg, Cloverdale; also witk 
with stages for Sonoma, Ukiah, Point Arena, Men- 
docino, Lakeport, Olear Lake, and for the popular 
Springs of Mark West. Bartlett, Highlands, Skagga. 
and tbe great natural wonder, the GEYSERS. Re- 
turning, the cars will leave Cloverdale at 6 A. M., 
connecting at Donahue Landing with the steamer* 
and arriving at San Francisco at 11:15. 

The shortest, quickest and best route to the 
GREAT GEYSERS— W. C. VAN ARNAM * 
KENNEY'S Stage Route. 

No freight can be received alter 1:30 o'clock P. IX 

For further information apply at Company's orhoo 
42t> Montgomery street. 

P. DONAHUE, President 
F. H. GBRDEB, 

nolO-tf General Passenger and Ticket Agent. 



OVERLAND HOUSE, 

Sacramento St., Near Montgomery. 

Tba Best and Cheapest FURNIf*nBD> 

ROOMS in San Francisco. With or without board. 
J. E. SLINKEY, Proprietor. 
N. B. Also Proprietor of "BON TON" Saloon. 
California Theatre, Busb street. de29 




teaohing beginners. 



CLAY -STREET 

RIDING ACADEMY, 

S8t» Cloy Street, co r. 

•tocliton. 

Thia Is tbs most ol*B; BOt 
and commodious Kiau>K 
Academy in the eitj - : open 
d»y and evening. Psrtto- 
ula r attontioo P""d to 
)»27-6m 



A. M&RSHALL, Proprietor. 



U___H» » >!»•! 




■am nuncisco, nuDii, January s. una. 



vol. a-i. 



$ Hats! Hats! Hals! $ California Theatre. 



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}i%u -t «'.«. Mt, »tr»w mod b*A»#r; 
I '-hit tlwai wtic for— or; 

tI»U (or ip** mil w«t»ring pUow; 
H »t» "< etrb. *> - «— " »* rM»i 
Hau willi wWwh a. room to eater; 
lliu tor urn of wild .ilie— '■ ■ ■■ 

Are to bo Obtained at The 



GREAT IXL 
•___xx.otl.or- House 

616,618 and 620 

KEARNY ST., OR. COBMERCIAL. 



jEI jEJ IV 3ES 3F* 1 "jF" 



Miss Jennie Lee! 

» _> .4 •• »rpj*t*l IOBUTSON-8 moat 




With tho following po-orful _,«rnmmt of p*rt» : 



O«OR0* PAI.ROY 

0AITA1- HAWTRBK. 

■ooun 

ua '.r.RRiooc 

DIXON 

•AirnmsK 

ESTHER 

1-OM.T M4L_» 



HENRY EDWARDH 

HAIiTo* HI I.I, 

ROBERT PATKKAK 

J P IITTRrTRTT 

H MATTllEWT 

MRS SOPHIE EDWIX 

.SI IKS BEU.A PATRHAJI 
MMS JI'.MI. III'. 



Jong and Dance, Miss bnie Hlggs 



New, Song, by Miss Jennie Lee 

To conclude with the Screaming Farce of THE 

BENICIA BOY 

ROBERT PATEMAN and J. P. BURNETT. 



BOX PLAN NOW OPEN. 



PACIFIC 

LAV? REPORTER 

ISSUED EVERY TUESDAY. 

FOURTH YKAR OF PUBLICATION. 

Publishes all the California Supreme 
Court Reports. 

Only Lassl Journal Published West 
of the Mississippi. 

tX -AS BBCBITBD THE rOBBI 1 1 ■NOOB4F.NEJIT 
•V IK PROF-MIO* AS A 

RELIABLE AND INDISPENSABLE AID TO 

THE PRACTICAL LAWYER. 
I. P. BOGARDTJS, Publisher. 



BUCKLEY'S NEW VARIETY 



THBATTI "Fl 

laSiu 



, . ,n« boci ' i.»rEii«Tom« 

Imiuouso suooew 



OUR CRAND COMB NATION I 

OMb— — .of . Truap, of Aru.l, t'nr>jn*ll*4 . 

Mlnati-r>la.v, Fsroi., llurli>«qua 



niuiT appkaraiioi or 

Ta* FaroriU Auaw ■ 
(OHKIH.1 A»l> MRS »M» BAHCl 

THISEVEKITf O ^~- :^£4?H**?[ * 

Ths rerform*n« wfll Oo-mntn-* «1li. » 

FIRST PART OF WIT. SONG AND FUR 

rinUhlllC vtlfc Iho VAHIKTV WALK AKOUMD. 



Hay 

Ihum NM-— a*. 



Morotiant. 

'«lin K«4hr 



OT«rtf». ...... ; ....... | 

-« i l.i-l nlllif MM1U 

Hi. m 

Itnnje *.n|- 

< ..ml. >imic 



Bill* 



W>a€ 



...Ida ri«k 

. Motlt* lj»F«rrrHl 
riiarlry Slckirioo 
limiif Wel»*lrr 



DIAMOND CUT DIAMOND. 



lUlly WmI IL LMtoj 

Souk and l>»ii«-e 

How 

i ufncf _..__ 

MnMouii, thr Solid Man . 

Voml •irmtt 

I»nli'h HprclaUlri 

Itjlllivd 



F ITortin 



.Jftha Krlly 

<«rrlr UIIIU 

...... HhiiIi 1 Sffwrr 

. .SlaUtary K*bln««K 

Mile UUnrht 

Harry Iprrmy 
Tlolllr LaForreaC 



The Tobacconist's Daughter 



Mr fltwd* 

Itipy Shortcut 

Vir k -tai» 3ced» 

Artlon Dune* 



son a 

Mr .tier Kon. 



.Charley Nickreoa 
,..F, Mortiroor* 
Ma«rt« Hruwer 
H»<aej J toM rwn n 

RIMy Wr«t 

. Katie Zo« 

Ida Fh.k 



Voriiwaa...:". I ; ,rrlr WillU 

tnnry l»aarc . ..Mauslr Brfwef 

Com lc_ JM^y^^ xvx^u\r^u: - '^: J?SK J^??S£ 

To conclude with the Laughable Sketch, entitled 

COAL HEAVER'S REVENGE. 

Doctor Curo&ll Frank Moi-timea- 

J.nny Cureall Katie Zom 

Coal 1 itilly Wert 

Hearers ( ., John Kcilj 

Rest of Characters by tho Company. 



PRICE* OF ADMISHIO.V. 

Parqoette 25 cente | Bozos $3 50 ami $3 00 



, WILiBIHT, 
DENTIST, 

HIH KFflOYKil HIS OFFICE 

b-\ lAhritW-ry from Xo. 8 K«N»mj 8t, 
U> TOU Market street, oTer Wi Jhur > drrj^ 
•loll-lm 



A Great 
V&rietf of 



MWtB 




&M& 



In Great 
Variety. 



At the IXL AUCTION IIOI8E, Noa. C16 t 618 ana 630 KEARNY STREET. Comer Commercial. 



CAr-Dlfcb. 

All Kinds of the Finest Candy Ma4« 

at our Steam Candy Factory daily. All on I or*, es- 
pecially from the country, are solicited antl mill ba 
promptly attondod to. 

Cnnty A Wawer. 
aulS 107 Montgomery Street, near Setter. 



THE ONLY GENUINE 

"Grand Duke Alexis Ties" 

XTNT TBE CITY. 

The Neatest and Most Comfortable 
Fitting Shoe 

BVBR OF" IT'ESmJTi 

TO TTU! 

•«n Fraaotaoo 3F»u.Tollc5 ! 

...WITH THE.... 



Patent F!lastio Goring 1 , 




MONK CneNCTINJB UNLESS SrAMPZD WITH 



THIS MONOGRAM 



ON EACH SHOE. 



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**■!-• THH Xj.A.^l&JEJ 3T, 

Cheapest and Best Selected Stock 

— 0» 

Genu*. Ladiss'. Hisaet' and Infant'i 

BOOTS and SHOES 

STBS UNBIO m a*S ra»H0ISCO. 

MkYSkZD & JOKES, 238 Kearny Street. 

(BU00ES8OBS TO BEERS * HAYNARD.) 

•It iMk *r iba "CnuM tat« Alexto TUs.'a 




TheClvapsst Place in the City to Buy 

TOYS, DOLL"), HAIR GOODS, 

Jewolry, Stationery, 

ZEPHYR WOOL, GLOVES, HOSIERY, RIBBONS, 

FLOWERS, FEATHERS. Etc, Etc 



1,000 nmnan llnlr Swllehea, Lone Hair Oslnlde, 

Ijll.lW, W'i.oo, *:!.r,ll, 85.00, *«.ii". 
500 lliimmi Ifnlr Sirll«hon, all l^>na Hair, *'i,50, 

$5.00, W!l.l»l, 919.00, *l. r ,.IHI. $20.00, KCT..IMI. 
1,000 Human Hair Side Carls. ..$1.00 mill uin.urils 
swlirhc, niudo of Conibliie», 25 to 50 i-ls. per onncc. 



N. B. The New York Store has heen Estab- 
lished for Yoors, and Is the Leading 
One in the City. 
NO BKANCB STORES. OOODS SENT C. O. D. 
A. IB. SA1VIPSON. 

110 Second Street, 

Between suasion and MLtuaa, 8. p. noistjafi 



%NUFACTl!BEH 

MflfflwsiiiicaSJS' 








SAN FRANCISCO 

CHINA NEWS 

ISSUED EVERY SATURDAY. 

The Only Medium 

THAT BEACHES THE 

CHIN S£ POPULATION ! 

OF THE 

Pacific Stites and Territories. 



Translations Made 

FROM 

EIMGJLI^-H OH CHINESE 

At Shone t Notlee, ly .ppiTbg >l 

532 Merchant Street. 
BOGARDUS & GORDON, Piiblishera. 



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BOOTS AND SHOES. 

Grand Opening. 

Owing to the Inr.rcnaed Demand far 

hi« cilobratod per feet- fit ting Boots and Shoos, F. 
KJ'jLLY, the Prlzo Bootmaker. 33T. Bush street, haa 
been compoUod to open a Branch Store at No. 1*1 
Kearny, whero can bu found the nneet cUaplaj in tfaa 

oily. 

PRIZE BOOTUAKXR, 

NO. 335 BUSH STREET. 

BRANCH HOUSE: 

124 Kearny Street. 

feu 

FREE ANO EASY 
CHARING 



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S_3k.I_.0 -M. 

«0S MiasiOA" MTKBBT. 

Near Saoond, 

Every J?«atu.i*cla'y* _Vigrl>.t. 

TUOS, WII.K, Chnlrmni. 
Until Farther Notice. 
All the latest Songs next Saturday ITlc-t. 
EAGIJ-4«ft WILD. 



REMOVAL NOTICE. 

The Lnnd MorujaffC Unloa and SaTlnc 
Bank o! California, hare renu.ved ItcWI 1*1 POSX 

ST1-KKT to thoir New Building, G;M CALJJfOBNIA 
8TI1EET, Ooraor of Webb. 

J. H. FISH, PresMeni. 

Di r koto Rfl,— Asa Harker, 0. Main. A. Hemn-?. 
John Morton, John M. Johnaon, Thos, R Haj-" 
J. H. Fifth. 

_o3G-lm JOHN T. CAitTER, Setrets 



PINE EVERGREENS. 

Wreaths andtlitreamerg 
FOR »- 



Adjolnlnc Snow A Nay's Plrtare Mart. 

on Morton strart, oaar Kaanw, hy . ^.^^^ 



THE OBGAN OF AMUSEMENTS. 
PutlizLwl Erery Day In the Year, by 

ST- a?*. BOG-A.HDTJS, 

MS Merchant and B37 Washington Sta. 
Below Mantsomery. 8«a Fwadsco. 

TRII.AY. .7. ~.\7." . JAHUAEY 8 



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Amusements, Etc. 

•pens ■<►««•. 

*Tb« Transit of Venus" by BOIt **», 
Baby Elai**Bt " k* J- &• Kernel*, Ben Cotton, HUT 
Arlhu-VTn ud others, burle*<,ae ballads t»T Linde*- 
Th* TVree Bores ' by Billy Rioa. Ben Cotton and 
BlUr ArUorton. banjo acta* by Charley Bhoade*. 
aiMl the burlesque of "Hamler make «P •* extraor- 
dinarily attract!™ bOI. which WD! be given *o-nigb* 
and also at the maUnce to-morrow. 
California Thealrr. 
There was ft fine audience last n'gbt to enjoy 
rJKnowlea' nUyof Tbe Wife, a Tale of 
: M think the aiece as ft whole 
>^ ever boon so well performed on the San Fran- 
•iseo stage. John MoOulloatb was excellent aa 
Julian St. Pierre, acting the role wtth moeh power 
And artistic skill. Miss BeUa Piteous nerer acteU 
batter in be* life than abe did last night In the pan 
«rf Mariana, abe far surpassed all who hare hereto- 
fore atteenptad It on thU coast, and John Wilson as 
Perrardo acted capitally. Tfais piece will be played 
at the matinee to-morrow. To-aigbi John McCul- 
looeb will take bfe benefit, and the California Tnea- 
«re will be thronged. "Dusoa and Pythias" will be 
yerion&ed. with the beneficiary as Damon, and Bar- 
ton Hill as Pythias. Bnt two more night* remain 
on which to see California *■ faTorfte actor in bis be t 
xolce, after that we mutt say good bye to Mm for th* 
hect part of a year. 
feaekley'a Mew Variety Theatre. 

To-night, in addition to a boat of other attraction 
janjj West, the Australian comedian and aong and 
dance aun. will make bis first appearance at tbit 
feme *T1» Coal Hea^ex'e B*Tenge"and inaiwolher 
popular acta will be played. 
Cnlarini - Royal Italian Cirrus. 

The Taried and attractive performance given here 
oontinoea to attract crowds nightly. Everything is 
pood -the Japanese performers are the best In their 
line Theodoro fmd Helen Cuba are oneqnalled in 
their zpeoalUe*. and the trained horses are perfect 
znarrela of intelligence. The usual matinee per- 
formance will be given to-morrow. 
Benefit or UUs Jennie lx-c 

On Wednesday evening erf next week (January 13th), 
this popular actress, of the California Theatre, will 
take a benefit Ihe entertainment will consist of 
B*oertaons comedy of " Caste", with Henry Ed- 
nrds as Gvorge DAlxoy; Barton Hill as Captain 
Hawbee; 3. P. BnmettasSamGerridge; Marquise. 
Mrs Sophie Edwin; Esther, Miss Bella Pateman; 
Polly Eeciee, Miss Jennie Lee. A e nganddanee 
by any » Annie BDggs; a new song by Miss Jennie 
Lee. To aonclude with the farce of "The Benicia 
Boy." by Robert Pateman and J. P- Burnett. Box 
Plan now open. The programme in full appears on 
our first page. 
Third Cosmopolitan Bal Masque. 

The Third Cosmopolitan Bal Masque at Hortieul- 
tural P»ll, is to eclipse any of the preceding ones 
to novelty and splendor. We refer cw readers to an 
advertisement in another column In which some of 
the new features are e nn nn vTa te d 

"Woodward - * Garden*. 

Moos Joseph who fires a 600 pound eannon on bis 
•boulders, baa made quite a hit, and will appear 
r ^^rn en Saturday and Sunday, also Miss Oceania 
in banjo solos and dances, the variety troupe 
will also appear. ., > j> -. 



TUX CHRISTMAS BART. 

BT TOA CAEXTrO" ACT^oI OP **Pa*M BalAAM." 

"Tha'rt welcome. Krtlt bomay hrii. 

Eut shouldn't ba come just when in* did; 

Hoot! ye little rascal ! ye come It on me this way ! 
Crowding yeracU among us this Unstcrin' winter's 

day. 
Know-in- that we already haTt three of ye an 

■(▼en. 
An' tryin' to make yerself out a Christmas present 

t,' heaven ! 
Ten of ye we hare now, air, for this world to 

abuse ; 
An* Bobbie be have no waistcoat, and Nellie the 

have no shoe* ; 
An* Sammie be have no shirt, sir, <1 tell it to his 

shame) 
An' the one that was Je*t before ye we ain't bad 

time to name ! 
An' all o' the banks be ajnaabin' ar." on us poor 

folks fall i 
An" boas be whittles tte wage* when wwrk's to be 

had at all ; 
An* Xotn he have cut his foot off, and lies in a 

woffll plight, 
An' all of us wonders at mornin' as what we shall 

eat at night ; 
An" but for your fattier an* Bandy a-flndin' some- 
what to do, 
An' but for the preacher's woman, who often helps 

US through, 
An* but for your poor a jw mother aaW twice 

her part, 
Tc'd a seen us all in Heaven afore ye wa* ready to 

start ! 
An' now ye have come, ye rascal ! so healthy an' 

fat an' sound ! 
A-weighm'~l'l] wager a dollar— the fall of a dozen 

pound ; 
With yer mother's eyes a-flashin*,yeT father's flesh 

an' build, 
An' a good big mouth an' stomach all ready for to 

be filled? 
No, n© ! don't cry my baby ! hush up, my pretty 

one ! 
Don't get my chafl in your eye, boy— 1 only waa 

just in fun 
TeTl hke us when ye know us, altho' we're cur'us 

folks; 
But we don't get much victuals, and half out livin' 

is jokes ! 
Why, boy, did ye take me in earnest* come, sit 

upon my knee ; 
I'll tell ye a secret, youngeUr— 111 name ye after 

me. 
Ye shall have all yer brothers an* asters with ye 

to play! 
An* ye ehall have yer carriage, an' ride out every 

day! 
Say ! when ye come from heaven, my little name- 
Bake, dear, 
Did you Bee, 'mongst the little girls there, a face 

like this one here ? 
That was yer little sister— she died a year ago, 
An' all of us cried like babies when they laid her 

under the snow ! 

Hang it ! if all the rich men I ever see or knew, 
Came here with all their traps, boy, an' offered 

'em for you, 
rd show 'em to the door, sir, so quick they'd think 

it odd, 
Before I'd sell to another my ttiriattnaa gift from 

God! 



Managers 

Of Amusements, rfctcursioos, Lectures, and 
Concerts., are directed to the splendid Printing 
Establishment of B. F, Sterett, 632 Clay Street, 
over the San Francisco Market. The largest Post- 
exs, in Pkiin or Fancy Colors, are turned out in 
the Ghcrtest possible space ot time Also, Beau 
tiful Programme?, Tickets, etc, etc, printed to 
auit the most fastidious. Mr. Sterett keeps oon- 
srantly on band a $ne line of bright colored pa- 
pers of every ehude, and the prices charged for 
these are very btUe in advance of plain white 
paper. Streamers of various sixes, from IS to A3 
itch letters, m stock, of all colors of paper and 
ink. Theatre Managers are especially invited to 
call for estimates. This well-known Printing House 
was established by the present proprietor in 1S50 
and has been in successful operation ever since 

t 3-cJ 

a>« Sot Softer from Corn*. 

The unfortunate sufferers from Corns, Bunions 
elub and Ingrowing- Nails, cab find instant relief 
by applying at Dr. R. H. Cowan's Institute, re- 
moved to 212 Kearny street, from 1 to 6 r. bl We 
■peak from experience, having tested the Doctor's 
capability. Reference given if required. n 

Tsie Winter Styles. 

All the latest Winter styles of hat have been re- 
ceived and are now on view at "The" Hat Store, 
U7 Washington street. The variety is very large, 
and the prices charged at this well-known estas- 
fcahment are very reasonable^ a 

The Antelapr ©ynter House. 

Our specialty, always the best oysters in market 
served up in the best style of cooking. Our 
Eastern transplanted oysters excel any other in 
naarket Established in ltcU. No. CIS Market 

near Montgomery. a 

♦ ■ — 

Clara Antonia, M. D., de Paris, Business and 
Medical Churvoyant and Independent Trance Me- 
dium, 134$ Post street, near Dupont. Correct di 
agnoeis and special attention to the treatment o 
diseases. Consultations m French, German and 
English. ^__^_^ «-o 

If Yon 

Peel the need of phosphorus (nerve food), take a 

sjc _rse of sea- water baths at the Sanitarium foot of 

Powell street, North Beach. RxUuisve department 

and udv attendant for ladies. Five tickets for $1. 

t 6-q 

Cfcarlolt a»hnaan 

Will not -vpoar this season, but the disappoint- 
ment is snore than repaid by the beautiful display 
«f Cbristuua Goods at Mayers' Baaaar, corner 
Montgomery and Pine streens. i, 

The Masor. : Hamlin Organs are acknowledged 
• be Ihe most p ow erfu l, at the same time giving 
crth the sweetest tone of any other. Eohler, 
Ch^se 4 Co-, 633 Clay street * 



Too Clerer by Half. 

An actor out of an engagement, gays an 
English paper, applied to a manager, who 
asked him if he was thoroughly able to un- 
dertake leading business. He replied, "Oh, 
yes, and to combine etage management I 
ehall be very ueeful to you in that respect — 
yours was perfectly Bcandalous last year. 
The manager turned away, saying, 4 *Well, 
Til let you know in a day or two. By the 
way, I wae my own stage-manager. ' 

Not a alneenre. 

The duties of a schoolmaster in 1661 were 
as follows : "To act as a court messenger, 
to serve sujnmonses, to conduct services in 
the church, to lead the choir on Snndays, 
to rincr the bell foV public worship, to dig 
the graves, to take charge of the school, 
and to perform other occasional duties." 
Hence the compound words, " over- 
worked." 



All Sorts. 

The "pound of flesh —Mincemeat. 
When is a fowl's neck like » bell ? When 
it is wrung for dinner. 
light character*— Persona with cork 

solea. 

Tbe only thing that can live in a fire is a 

live coaL 

Why is a steamboat like a witness in a 
trial I When it is bonnd to a-pier. 

Why are people who jump at conclusions 
like ships? Because they are generally at 

sea? 
A waist of time— That of a stout old 

lady. 

A man may be sharp, and never yet cut 
an acquaintance. 

When a man fires with wrath, what sort 
of fhot does he use ? 

Why does a widow feel her bereavement 
less whence wears corsets ? Because then 
she's so-laoed. . ; 

When is a cook like a Catholic official ? 
When she is a fat fryer. 

A queer old chap has nicknamed his 
daughter Misery, because she loves com- 
pany. 

Why is'a cockney like a London baker's 
loaf? Because he's London bred. 
i What are they which, though always 
drnnk, r are never intoxicated? Toasts. 

Why is a drawn- tooth like .things for- 
gotten ? Because it's out of the head. 

When does a farmer double up a Bheep 
without hurting it ? When he folds it 

Jenkins says his wife is a hard person to 
please. He never sooted her but once, and 
that was whence shut the damper in the 
kitchen chimney. 

What is a lamp-post with its lamp taken 
away ? A lamplighter- 

When is a carpenter like a circumstanc© ? 
When he alters cases. 

Why is a nervous lady like a policeman ? 
Because her mind is filled with apprehen- 
sions. 

What word is that which, if you take 
away the first letter, all will still remain ? 
FalL 

Why is a surgeon, since the discovery of 
ether like a swindler? Because he cuts off 
without payin (pain). 

Why are ladies who lace tightly bad 
economists? Because the increased con- 
sumption is out of all proportion to the di- 
minished waate. 

A Minnesota man makes the winter 
seem short by giving his note payable in 
the spring. 

Why is a laborer who iB overworked by a 
mean employer like some steamers? Be- 
cause he's propelled by a screw. 

Job nny on Cite Fie. 

This is the most^mpopular of all animels 
that wok the earth, and it dont for it jumps. 
A rattle snake is worse than a fle, but for 
wate the fles nock 'em. 

I have see it in a book that a fie is so 
strong that it can drag a chane a hundred 
times hevier than its self , and I think it 
wuld be honester for 'em to do that for a 
livin, dont yon ? Wen you come to see 'em 
in a microscop you aint surprise they can 
draw chanes, cos they look bo friteful big, 
but wen you think of 'em bitin then you 
say youv had enugh micersope, and you 
look a way, and ViBale Madim Ango, and 
try to think of some thing els, and maybe 
your beginnin to wiasle it now. 

— ♦ 

Carrying out his Resolution. 

The new editor of the New Athens Era 
ia going to inaugurate a new era of great 
moral reform. He says that he shall "rig- 
idly exclude all scandalous stories, equivo- 
cal jokes, ribaldry, sensational trash and 
nonBenBe." And yet he publishes an item 
laudatory of a late "style of pretty girls' 
garters, and mourns because he can't see 
more of them. H he is going to elevate 
public thought in this way, he ought not to 
have begun. 



OPERA HOUSE. 

EVERYEVEN^ 

EMERSON'S MINSTRELS, 

THIS EVENING JANTTAUT S 

FABT FIBST— Grand Vocai and Instrumental Concert. 



EMKESONULSS 
..J. I 



INTRODUCTORY OVERTURE 

BALLAD-SUNNY DAYS WILL COME AGAIN 

COMIC SON<S-BIDINO IN A SLEIGH 

BALLAD-BEIiE BEANDON a W. BABXjnr 

OOMIO SONG— YANKEE LASSES MET DOTTCST 

BALLAD-LET ALL 9BEY J. G. jrUSSBtL- 

Descriptive Finale THE FREfcH MAN'S CLASS 

TERMINATING WITH 
HISS 8HEKHAJTS Classical Representation of Uie GODDESS OF lltr.fiff. 

PART hECOND—Grand Ethiopian CarnivaU 

THE TRANSIT OF VENUS. 

PROF. BILLY RICE. 



BARNUM'S BABY ELEPHANT 



XXaOEQUB 



OTJ> MR FOOZLE An Animal Tamer ..J. 

K1ITTLE His Dauehsej 

BARNX7M J. 

JAKE.) T „ -r^ »__ ) W. AJtCXSGTOK 

PETE, | •••• TwoBad BOJS....J ...BKM GOTTOssT 



LINDEN IN HIS BUELEEQUE BALLADS. 

BILLY RICE BEN COTTON and W. ALINCTON. 

Bap jo Solo, CHARLEY RHOADE8. 

The whole to conclude with the Laughable Burlesque, entitled 



Tbe Old Mint Mo*Utarant. 

At this old established house, 605 Commercial 
street, shove Montgomery, always noted among 
thebon vivants for its good things, can be procured 
the finest and beet cooked Oysters, Steaks and Cb ops 
in town. Terrapins and the choicest brands of 
Wines and Liquors a specialty. Charges moderate 
G. M. Hepburn, the new proprietor, invites the 
public to give the "Old Mint" a trial. 8-t 

The Crecn Boom. 

This popular resort of the profession and all 
epicures who can appreciate good liquors and & 
good lunch, Is directly opposite the California The- 
atre. It has Just been beautifully freecord and is 
now a modle of taste and elegance. Everybody 
goes to the Green Boom between the acts. z 



Dolus His Best. 

A rustic youngster being asked out to 
tea with a friend, waa admonished to praise 
the eatable*. Presently the butter waa 
passed him, when he remarked : "Very 
nice butter—what there is of it," and, ob- 
serving a smile, he added, "and plenty of 
it — such as it i§." 



A.«lonJr>hlric. 

It is really astonishing, the low prices at which 
Zacharias, the Jeweler, sells his goods. Ai<> one 
passing along Kearny street, near Sacramento, 
will be attracted by the magnificent display, a 



&omcLuln£ Elegant. 

The largest and most magnificent assortment of 
Jewelry and Silver- ware, can be found at Messrs. 
Vanderelice & Co. Wo. 136 Sutter street. L 



BSSBlSBBisSBBBBBBl 



Peace is Dicluixd in all families who buy their 
furniture and bedding of J. A. Shaber &. Co., 707 
MtJ-tet street, near Third, because they get bette 
goods for the same price than any other dealers. 

The Emerson Piano is the finest and cheapest 
Piano in the market to-day for general use. Eoh- 
ler, Chase & Co., 633 Clay street V 



tT ashing BetsuTted 1m One Day. 

And we never disappoint, at tbe WhaL Cheer 
Laundry. Mo CTirnsartwi employed. 



Banker's Club House Sausages. 

A deh'uous table delicacy. They are made of 
dairy-fed pork, are admirably seasoRed, and are 
as superior to the ordinary dry, tasteless saus 
sge made of beef and perk mixed, as anything 
can be imagined. Made fresh every morning at 
Bunker's Stall, "4 and 76 California Market, Cali- 
fornia street entrance. Try them. 9-b 



The original "Swain's Bakery" ianow established 
in their magnificent new place at 213 Sutter street 
near Centre Market, and has added a lunch room 
and ice cream saloon. This is their only place of 

business. 

Photographic. 

Edouart & Cobb 604 Kearney street, produce 
Pastel Paintings which are superior to either Oil 
jr Water Colors. Erilargements in all styles, gen- 
2T&1 photographic work guaranteed. 9-kh 



For tbe Holidays. 

A splendid assortment of fine Watches, Jewelry, 
Silverware, etc., at very low prices, at K A Ool- 
lender's, K. W. comer Mission and Second streets. 
Every article warranted. T 



Prince of Oakland. 



KING CLATTDIOTJS King of Oakland 

LAERTES BILLY RICE I 

POLONIES '. J. LITCHFIELD I 

MARC ELLCS J. RICHARDS 

SECOh'D PLAYEK G. W. HARLEY 

GEAYEBKXiER G. JAME8 

OPHELIA W. ARLINGTON 

HA3JXET BEN COTTON 



HORATIO J. F. CBEBIBT 

BERNARDO J. 5t DAYIS 

FIRST PLAYER D. J. SHERWOOD 

PLAYER QT7EEN MISS wm?M«T 

GHOST C. JtHOAHES 

QUEEN GERTRUDE U_ T-rxmrsr 

Soldiers, Lords, Courtiers, Etc., by the Compsatr. 



MONDAY, January 11th, First Appearance of the World-renowned SONG and" DANCE vwe, 

OAiNniT'IliSll.XD <fe BOOKBR 



PIPER'S OPERA HOUSE. 

"VI11G1.VIA COT, NEVADA. 

JOHN PEPEE PBOPKnnoB 



This Elegant Tiieatre can be Kenled by 

the night or week. Stars and traTeHng companies 
liberally treated with on application to 

JOHN PIPER, 
Manager and Proprietor, 
Or to J. H. MeCABE, 
ja2S-tf 333 Bush street, San Francisco. 



METROPOLITAN THEATBE 

8ACKAMEXTO, 

to he:i«u-t, 

By the Night, Week, or Honilx. from 

Nov. 1st. For terms apply at tbe Theatre, or by 
letter toW.K. MORROW, Proprietor. Sacramento. 
N B. — I have no authorized Agent anywhere. 
mb24-tf 



Fresh and 3wect. 

For the best confectionery, 
Wagner's, 107 Montgomery St 



go to Cant? and 

Vir Sutler. 



OPERA HOUSE, 

BAN JOSE, CALA 



This Beautiful and Newly Renovated 

Theatre is to be let by tbe Night, Week, or Month, 
at reasonable terms. 
aj-i-i-u G. BROHASKA, Proprietor. 



MOZART 

STOCKTOK, 



HALL, 

CAI. 



To let by Use Njght or Weelt, for Dra- 
matic Performances, Concerts, Lectures, etc., at rea- 
sonable rates. Address J. A- Woodman, Proprietor 
and Lessee. Stockton. For partaculars enquire of 
W. D. Lewis, 50ti Commercial street, San Fran- 
cisco. N. B. Music furnished on all occasions. 
ocl2-tf 



ORO FINO THEATRE, 

POKTLANB, OretOB- 

.,,.un>..., 

THEATBE ROYAI, Tictorifc. 

Lessee and Manageress, 

MISS FANNY BTOBOAjT 



The above Theatres arc nawr 

the Fall and Winter Season with a Salt 

Company. Stars having two or xaar* w 

can apply as above, or to J. H. Sb%eCcUQB» 

Bush street, San Francisco. 



PACIFIC HALL, 

CALIFORNIA THEATBE BT/IUHrTC 
SAX FRAN CISCO. 



This Fine Hull can be Rented Far »nt 

matic Performances, Operas, Concerts,. £*Jli, Lec- 
tures, Benefits, etc., by the Night otw * 
sonable terms. Pacific Hall has just he 
refitted, frescoed and supplif a with ft New Stage s 
Scenery, and will accommodate 1,500 jnjraaas «» 
every seat in full vievi of the stage, Fcsr asms ap 
ply at the Hall, to 
oc22 3m ThOs. X. Blair* 



CHEYENNE OPERA HOUSE, 

CHEYENKE, WYOMING TERRITCB7. 

This Popular Theatre Ha» Been Jteceml-- 

ly Refitted and Decoratedr First-clans Dramatic 
Companies or Dramatic Stars coming BststwQlha 
treated liberally upon application either by t el egr ap h 
or iu person. Address all com muni cation* to 
JAH1SS McDAJOFX. 
Propri&SM, 
Lock Box No. 1, Cheyenne, Wyn. Tex. Sell 



MRS. SCOTT'S 

VARIETIES. 

Fun, Pleasure. Variety and 

Beauty. 

, 

NO EQTJAXi. 
In this Pleasant Beeort 

ONE CAN 

Pass ah Evening 

MOST DELIGETFUIAY. 

Bere the Klndent Attention is Tendered 
to Both Strangers and Beeldeuts. 

The Proprietor haying e&tered to the Tranta of the 

FUN-LOVING PUBLIC! 
Both Here and in Virginia City 

HAB ATTAINED A 

Posnlaritj TJneaaUed OK THU COAST : 

THE PRETTIEST - OF TALENT! 

...iajn>...j 
THE FINEST OF EVERYTHING 

....AT 

MBS. SCOTT'S VARIETIES, 

....CORNER.... 



The Decker Grand Piano is the Krao o! ail oth — 



McDANIEt'S THEATRE. 

CHEYENNE, WYOMING URRITK1T. 

Open the Tear Bound With a Fins- rims 

Variety Company. .Varieti^ris'a coming East esc 
at &U times secure First-Clads engages* exrt&. Mask 
be artists of acknowledged ability and nave good 
wardrobe. No others need apply. Adctreom 

JAMES McDAMJH*, 
Lock Box No J, Cheyenne, Wy'o. Ten ;el 



Both Male anil Female Taleni 

Will do well by communicating W3& ns, 

ON THEIE WAT EAST 0BVWEBT 

AS WE WANT GOOD ARTT8T& 
To TTIiom Good Salaries WJU lie PBiC' 
Address 

oc^ 



M. b. io\»no a «».. 

Theatre Condone. 
Evanaten, *9T. 



TPHOS. W. BREJ3 & CO. 






Brass Founders and Fiwefcers^ 

EEEE FAUCETS a SpedttltT. 
MAHTFACTBIlEBS 

AND REPAIRERS OP 

DRUMS, BANJOS, ANM 

Cold and Silver Platers*. 

SPOONS and FOKKS made as Good m 3snr v 

Le&sons piven on f be Ran jo nnd Irr-nssv - 

£42 Mission street, between First and. SectcrrL 

N. B.— Pine-toned SUrer Solo Banjos Uv Pw**- I 
sionais always on hand. i^JS-tl 

T. B. Rosb. WM. Abjjds»t«k. 

ROSS & AKUNGTON, 

Exchange Boarding JUid Sale 
Stable, I5!i Tebajna, off Ifcurd Street 
Careof Boarding and Sale Horses a 
Bpeeialty. Sale Horses «dwajs on 
hand. Breaking and Handling Colts, 
etc , with care. . »._ 

N. B. Olippingof Horses don e with 








aax nuitcuco, nuDAT. jar vary a, un». 



VOL. XXI. 



1HC0RHE1D. 

< if*, m Mn ij— ii j straw,. 

,.*, -.1. I *,,-,.- 

afaa. laiu 

OLOAIS AN 

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HAVE YOUR PICTURES! 

• tm bat asm •» ». 

NEW YORK GALLERY 

No. 25 Third St., 



CaWn-t I'irtins Only U Vtr Dmn I 



j. ■ ratvaw. i 



CALIFOEUIA THEATRE. 



WILWON'H 



BENEFIT AND LAST NIGHT BUT ONE 

JOHN M c °CULLOUGH! 



Palace Amphitheatre. 

"■" w " ■ ••la-aaarr, aad IImUi, 
O XX IAH INI'o 

I'.-i f. ■>!■•.%■■. -,. |. v.-t-v M v ht. 



no KVUUKO 



JANUARY H 



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PALACE OF FASHION. DAMON & PYTHIAS 

A. MORRIS, 






Merchant Tailor, 



CUSTOM-MADE COOD8 I 

SMeytaal* abad»a» lh*r e*» Marvel 

My Prices Defy Competition. 

iiu »»i> GUTUCS ioik.-i.mi.-. 

JssIspw >o:is....i,,,\.^, $30 

6 X Bearer Drees Sails 65 

Helton (Hen-oats 16 

Caaxltntre Pants 7 

Black Bearer Pants 10 

8.1k Vel ret Tests. 9 





Ho. 17 Sec on dS tre et, 



le brand Hotel. 



UAMOX JOHN JlcClLLOrOH 



MM.ajLaa . 

rimrr bknati.k 
■aCUHD UUtATUB . 
THIRD IRNATOR 
miRTH Sl:v 
KIrTH USAi 

oman 

HRr.Mli.>. 

i /U-ANTUi: 

BAinm iiiiij. 



BABT..N lULt 

T \> 

junx wiLsox 

8 W LEACH 

E X THAVKK 

NELNOM DKOKEK 

MEXRY IXIAD 

a H. MEHTAVEK 

MlltRY WOODS 

H. MATTURWH 

a DILLON 

H. MAIKLIN 

.MI33 BELLA l'ATf.MAN 

MISS 1XLIE WILTON 

MAMIE DARLINU 



«AT1IRDAT, JANUARY (Ml, LAST McCVLLOUGH MATINEE, 

THE3 X7VXF*tt, JK. T«.le> or ]Vt£VXXtvX£V. 

SATURDAY N1CIIT, HOW.VRD PAYNE'S Tragod) gl 

BRUTUS ; or, THE l^ALL OF TARQUIN. 

MONDAY, JANUARY lllb, ltTi, 

BENEFIT OF MISS BELLA PATEMAN. 

On which occasion she will *|>fwnr in hei great character of MERCY MERRICK, in 

TKK3 1ST ES ^W^J^^^O- I> A. X_, 133 3>ff . 

ni;i»,vi>i<n. iim tliv i.i, 



THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 14th. 

FABBRI MEMORIAL ENTERTAINMENT 



l« raoi lmrk 

, ll< >ixo4 M.....a* 

Lairs* or omm 



PROGRAMME FOR THIS BVEKINO. 

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t UMMI MI III M I 11 II. 1 1, | 

Br llim LAJtU* ud IUIM i.l\IIIJM 

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kalrnal of It. »|i. rl. 
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Tkr oal, IKAINMU 
>IC\UR lUIHIM 

I HIS. II 1 1 I qi Linns ACT 

<LO«N MaVHABXEB." 

C ■»•■ nil IIOHI/<IM tl RAK 

">--"-. IklMi < I II !<«> ud .. l«l< I 

I IT. NMHII. tm.i InlUn anil Bar Art 
b» llir In.l.UHllal.lr lonnu < r.nlr Till I.IIORO 

II BA on lh< l.t.lrnllau Mr. pl.-i hu.«-r ", OKI..*" 

» Till; HOMII BIT I LADDER 

II HI Ih IKI -tkllkM Ul-U.dnl. Bu> lKIRMHI 

INTKRMIS9I0N OF FIlTT.EN~Mn»TTI 

9 Hrlrrlinn.. "tlllM', Mrdlr; nf trarrlran tlr» 

<"l'l'il/ ORIUEHTR I 

III THREE NATIONS, rntlnn.l. Irrlnn.l anil Rr.l- 
l»nu l.|U..lil B i. trt MOt-.HI It A. IIIUItMt, 

1I-RE4V. E HACIC lOMIkllu INOMkl 

a SENORITA III II S ,'I'RA In hrr Krand PrU.,1- 
paljE.iurNlrlan Art an ILir.-l.itrl. Horsr. 
t'luwn. MB. WARNER. 

13 THE RONELEHH HAW. MI.MIE FAR AKTA. In 
ul. hiatal} pU-uhIuc aud lalniilnbl.- i>rrr<>rniaa.«. . 

I I "OTHELLO" Thr » nrl.l.R. noivni .1 "1111 MOKT 
< OLT ' Tulroda.r.l I.JHK..I.I IhlPI'IXHIAUlM 

is iioiieo M RASTIAN. Tl.r I.rral S..«ier.nnlt a»« 
rirou.llr Eunr.trlaJi .l1owl....HB. YIARKMR 

■ C-FLICHT OF APOLLO t.loundlni; Dlhiilar > r 

HarHrmanshlp on MA BABEIIAIK sI'KEDi. 

By T HEODOB O t'tlLA 

NOTICE.- SMOKING STRICTLY PROHIBITED 

Aftrrnook Matinckb rrery TmNunAr and SatI'ki.at 
AdmistiloD to the MaUuree, 50 coats. Cbildrou. UaU-Priae. 
Doura open at 1 o'clock. Performance to commence at 9. 



uciiniQi Business 
HEALD s I College. 

«4 Post St., San Francisco 



Tlir iATxral ud B«.t Biulnrm rollt-c- 
•■ Um OosMft tu gr»dtL>t«* in qiullatal for btui- 
wmm ajtvl flnaUed to tUl lua«tiTo aituAtiona tab once. 
Tobidc men aiioiikl examine thin Khoot before «A- 
■cwrmre. For (nf-noattou call at tho 
oa, Na M P«A rti-wt. or addrcsn E. P. Ilrald, 
1 ftancuh-i'. oolfi-tf 



"THE VILLA," 

Atttetfaw 

GOLDEX GATE PARK, 

Tbe Bnlldiog bi.rlo« Jnit been completed. Is 
•Mrw tHrowoop«ii to •6* pq»Ho. Tbs boo** la aJa. 
«»otIj ! arnlasod. aaJ bas 

Four Put3llo Parlom, 

— Airu— 

Tan Private Dining Rooms, 

Tb# •bolabalonbailt. m-t liko » pabllo botol 

bit U U i, B,j :il .d 

An Elegant Villa. 

,^.u v K. to 1 £x ud " "" lul "' °° na -" n 

J^^^tS.T.VrSTiaot.!'* *■" *'""' 

CUIOO MANCENBERC. 

PROPEIRTOB. Uj-11 




PROGRAMMES, 
And all kinds of Printing for 

Shows, Lectures, 

Concerts, Theatres, 

Excursions, &c 

AT LOW RATES, BT 

B. P. STERBTT, 

S32 CLAY STREET. 



Attention, Good Livers! 

P. B. BERGES & CO., 

MINERS' RESTAURANT, 

Mr. Berces* formpirly Pr«. 

Vsfator of the Atinerri' ItrirUurant, bu 
tmkmo tbe jojuiAtfrnn-iit of both the 
Miners' B o sta, n r»nt on Oomnwrciai 
■treet sad tho Minors' Bnweh oo Mar- 
ksistiseV Our BUla of J-'a« crabrsce ail tho dell 
«f«M of tha sssson: Our Motso M "Ck»d Vsn, 
Oood Cooking sod HoUuriLtu Oh*rKes." ' 

Ooen tronS A. M. so 10 p. M. seM-if 

Wl aad 533 Conner* ial and ?«• Market 



ANTISELL 
PIANO CO. 

Capital Stock, $500,000 



If Yob. Want a Piano, Buy at IIV.'hI- 

qnsrtSTSi auid don't be fooled into Imvitii: iwlvtu-tiiu'd 
wuTtiihws tnish. U\iy aD ANTIHKLX PIh.NO- 
. i ij 1 1 foil hare tbe bent Piano imwlo, and 
imiiiiredi of our leading artial^ anil inu- 
"ii' i.'&lifornia. We sell at niauufac- 
!'i oss, and having a large capital and busi- 
ness are enabled to undersell agenta who ore only 
in ii Agents hate to pay high prices to cover 
i r credits, and usually make the eaormona 
profits offn.m S100 to $500. To be iorewaruei. i« to 
he foteomicd. Wu have jiut received fvfiin mir fac- 
tory a tine oAHortment that we oflur at a ritual! ad- 
vance, either for cash or Inatalmente. instead of 
renting. They are overstrung baas Agraffes, French 
action, etc., poBBcasiDg every Improvement reeog- 
uire>l by people of cultivated musical tante, and the 
grand result is that for power, sweetness, brilliancy, 
and Hinging iiunJity of tone, evenness throughout tho 
eu tire flctale, delicacy and elasticiLy of touch, stfienath, 
durability, beauty and nnish, thu ANTIBELL PI- 
ANO MtftiidH DnsQualledi 

N. B.—We sold our misccllaneoufl stock utniiet ion, 
wbicb consiated of Stein way Sl Bun, Oliickering, and 
Decker Brothers, as it don't pay to keep thotie makes, 
wc find the demand so limited. 

T. M ANTISELL & Co. 

REMOVED TO 

640 Washington Street.' 

d«l] 



THE CLIFF HOUSE! 

ROIRING OCEAN!" "SURGING BREAKERS 
FOAMING SURF, MONSTER SEA LiONS 

Appetizing Breakfasts, Lnnehas, 
Dinners and Suppers. 

BRING YOUR WIRKI 

BKINO YOUR FAMHL.Y1 
■ KINO YOUR I-ADY FIUEB.O* 



Golden Gate. 

Witb a naat of whrta.wina.d niep.Bor.ni .ntarlni 
from .r.rj part of tb. oomm.roial world. 

•B-Haw Lin. Bu..., coooectlnK witb IJira.1 
Gain Loa. Mooataia .r.rr 15 ralaata. bamafUl 
for tb. Ollff Uoaa. jrl'tf 



SAN FRANCISCO BATHS 

AHD 

Hairdressing Establishment. 

63C Wajfalnatnn .trrrl. 

l«low Kaanrr. «UCEg RE-, 

DUOBD: BatU, K aanta. Bbar-V 

Ins. '16 caata Hair catting, 3d WVJaATHI 
genu, Bbaoipoolag, 25 ceata. 



LEAVY BRO. & CO'8. 

Own Brand of Imported 

Consolidated Virginia 
CIGARS ! 

REINA VICTORIAS. 

WHOLESALE DEPARTMENT, 

SOO Montgomery St. 

RETAIL. 
Cor. or Bunli aud Krnrny, Laurel Pnlncts 

OK 

Daily Evening Post 

HAS REMOVED TO 

Northeast Corner 
SACRAMENTO & MONTGOMERY. 

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To the Unfortunate. 

Dr. Gibbon's Dispensary, 

No. 633 Kearny Street, Corner of 

Commercial, Han .''r&ucisco. Entrance on 
Commercial. Kbtjiblished in \$Ti4, for the 
treatment and cure of all diseasoH of the uri- 
nary and generative organs, and all phjrsi- 
cal condittouB or Weakness oon»e<iuunt 
apon the eirors or ignorance of the sexes. Skin dis- 
ease (of years' standing) and rheumatism, stlocees- 
fuily treated. The aick aud the afflicted should not 
fail to call upon him. Tim Doctor has traveled ex- 
tensively in Europe, and inspected thoroughly the 
various hospitals there, obtahiing a great deal of 
valuable Information, which ho is coiupotent to 
impart to those in need of his services. Dr. Gibbon 
will make no charge unless he effects a cure. 

Address DR. J. F. GIBBON; Box 1957. San 
Francisco. • 1 1 olS -tl 



S20 Homes. 

S60 Men Wanted to Buy Lota in the 

ANTISELL TRACT .BERKELEY 

$20 down, balance $10 per month. $200 each, 

Auction Price Cheapest ever ottered. 

Apply at 

ANTISELL PIANO ROOMS 

*40 Waahlncfon Street. do!24f 



DR. FERDENANDERZ, 

ho Celebrated for his 8ne«e«B In tbe 

treatment of all diseases of men and women has 

bin office at 

£15 Kearny Street, bet. BuaJa & Sutter. 

Hours 10 *. K. to 1 v m. and 3p.m. to C p m. 
dal8-ti 



GrlCO. A. CA8E, 

29 Mautcomery Street, 
Opp. lick House. 
Dentistry it* all it* bnutctice, at reasonable rates 



ip ^.isi tt tvd: AI>r CJ^JLIST 
JOHN BOLLMAN 

Can, and Doen, Sell, In suite or a leelnn 

of long-taili.il OeloslialB and their white friends, 
PURE HAVANA CIGAIUa FOR FIVE UEaNTS 
APTEOB, or THIRTY DOLLLRS l'KR THOUS- 
AND. They are called 

Iaos Brilliantes, 

And, judging by tbe daily increasing demand for 
them, they will in time otituel) any other brands of 
cigars. Competition, of course, will do all it can to 
retard and stop their sale, and therefore we would 
earnestly request the generous public to see for Itself 
and ttret give them a fair trial, ere condemning 
them. A meritorious article may be cheap as well, 
and our maxim has been aud always will be, to sell 
a flrst-rato article at the lowest prick POSBIBLX. 
Those cigars as well as our celebrated Russian 
OlOARITOS are sold in all the principal cigar stores 
in this city sud adjoining towns, or the factory, 409 
WASHINGTON STREET. CORNER LATTERY. 




Finest Singing Room in the City 

AT THE,... 

ASSEMBLY ROOM 

^re© and Easy, 

NO. 28 Uli.lRi' STREET, 

Bet. Kearny and Dupont, 

FREE AND EAsFEVERY NIGHT. 

This tine and commodious Room Ii«b Just be** 
built, expressly for the Free aud Easy going puWW. 
It is nearly sixty feet long by 23 wide, with mi *!« 
rated roof aud the best of ventilation. 

Tbe Proprietors of this Elegant Saloon hnvr 
no expense in Building and Decorating, aud i • 
strict atteutiou to business to gain the publii I 
They keen the very host of WINES, LKWOB 
OIGAKN, im.ialsoagoodHOME-C00KEl>LirN<.:U 
hot every night. m 

fa? FUME and EASY overy evening, ncSB 



ROCEAWAY OUSTER HOTJ: !CV- 

1004 Market Street, Rear Junction el! 
Market and Fowcil. 

ClioleeNt OyBters, tJiops and 

Steaks served to order at r" 
SLTJ'PERS for Parties and 
promptly supplied, TV patronage 
our friends and "" 
fully sohcited. 

oc30-tf 



■on age of ^Si^f 



ED. KKEHMKK. 
Propriei. 



Look for above trade mark, when yon buy and he- 
ware of Imitations. 

N. B. For a smoker, as a holiday gift, yon could 
bardl y select anything more suitable and acceptable 
than our Cigars and Russian CiGAiimis. eaped- 
olly our La Moscovitas manufactured of Turkish 
tobaoco worth $5 per pound. The finest Cigaxitoa In 
Market, sold at the factory for $a) per thuusand. d4 



L A1N €r JL Hi Y '«* 

SAN FRANCISCO DIRECTORY, 

1875. 

Established, 1857. 

The Canvaws for tbe Above Kellable 

work will be completed in a few days, and the print- 
ing thereof secured without delay. Tbe undersigned 
will esteem it a favor to be notllled of any changes 
of firms, removals, new arrivals In this city, or any 
other additions or alterations from tlds date. 

HENRY 0, LANOLEY. Proprietor. 
41? Clay street, between Montgomery and Kearny, 



The Celebrated Pan Roast 



SOLOMON TESMORE'3 

Stalls, 67, 58 and 59 California Market. 
(Entrance on Pine street,) 
Families and Restaurants supplied at short t 

del7-lin 



J. O. COMBES, 
TERRAPIN LUNCH, 

Terrapin Constantly on Hand 

Oysters in every # style. PRrVATEi 
SUPPER ROOMS FOR PARTIES. 



MORACHAN& LYNCH. 

DEALERS IN 

Ovstern, Clnmsnnd nil kinds 

of Shell Fish, Stall OK California Mar- 
ket, San Francisco, open Day aud 
Night. Families. Pnhlic and Private 
Parties. Hotels, Shipping and Restau- 
rants supplied. 



OEUROE MAYtH, 
Denier In'Oysters. ClnniK, audi 
all kinds of SHELL FISH, Stalls NosT 
40, 41, 4?, California Market, entrance 
00 Colli ( ornja street. 

Public or private parties and families supt'lh 
from S A_ v. to 12 I- S, Ladies' and OentU 
Oyster Room* open from a. h to 12 p. si 



MINNIE WILLIAMS. 

Tbe Mother of Minnie wnilAms enn ot» 

' 1 fnfovntatlflB fxHtosrtdDg bar child by callinij atf 



^E ORGAN OP AMUSEMENTS. 



published Every Day in the Y ear. by 
tT. 3E*. BOG-A.RDUa. 

AT 

32 Merchant and 537 Washington St* 

Below Montgomery. San Francisco 



FRIDAY JANFAHY 8 



TjOTrlj Woman at (he Matinee. 

Under the above heading, the New York 
World makes some remarks which certainly 
kave do application in flan Francisco. The 
matinee audiences at the California Thea- 
tre are quiet and attentive to the perform- 
ance. Thus the World : "The women who 
go to the matinee as a rule are querulous, 
inconsiderate, imperious and annoying. 
Thoy are transformed from the properly at- 
"tended, submissive, and voiceless oroatures 
of the evening into eager, independent lit- 
tle viragoes, who are their own keepers 
for an hour and a half publicly, and who 
are not going to be swindled, snubbed, out- 
shone, over talked, or neglected. 

Nothing, I am sure, will so effectually 
explode all your notions about enfranchise- 
ment of woman as a half hour's observa- 
tion of her enfranchisement at a matinee. 
I hare studied her for several afternoons 
at the Cushman performances, and I am 
satisfied she does not know how to use her 
liberty. She lords it over the attendants 
cruelly. She askj a thousand questions 
that she would herself consider impertinent 
in the evening. She stands in the doorway, 
choking it up, and bridles and shakes man- 
tle and tosses her head if she is politely 
apoken to. She brings with her the divine 
right to do as she pleases, but, alas, she 
left behind the divine privilege of allowing 
other people to do the same thing. She has 
in a word lost her balance. Her liberty in- 
toxicates her. She talks loudly. She gos- 
sips boldly. She makes audible remarks 
about other people's bonnets. She gets up 
and changes her position at the wrong mo- 
ment. She slams the seat down loudly. 
She even flirts occasionally with her hand- 
kerchief. 

Such, alas, is woman unrestrained by the 
conservative infiuenceof man at a matinee." 



The Hat of the Period. 

The Chicago IitUr-Oeean has a treatise 
on women's hats, in which it says : "You 
meeta remarkable modest and timid appear- 
ing young lady to-day, and you notice that 
her hat has a meek and shrinking indenta- 
tion in the crown. It looks as if it wanted 
to shun the wicked world and hang itself 
np in a nunnery. To-morrow you meet the 
same lady and what a change ! She ap- 
pears as a daring Joan, of Arc, and as in- 
dependent as the President of a Woman's 
Congress. And her whole appearance iB 
. thus altered by pinning up the front of that 
hat Next day it appears like a brigand. 
The brim is flattened out, and her eyes 
gleam furiously from underneath, as if 
watching an opportunity to order you to 
stand and deliver. You see her again, and 
the rim turned up behind, while it is very 
flat in front, giving her the appearance of a 
female Solon Shingle trying to find a custo- 
mer for that ' barl of apple sass.' Again 
and it is pitched on the extreme back of the 
-h'?*il, reminding you of Toodles inhiscups, 
vheu he is assuring the 'sailor man* that 
when his father heard of the salior man's 
.: ' be went broken hearted to his grave, 
and died there.' With all these advant- 
a,.'s it is no wonder that the reigning hat is 
r. It is comfortable to the head — 
so they say — it is an ornament or a dis- 
ss required. It is demure, jaunty, 
meek, saucy, bold, sly, obstinate, conciliat- 
i-j; tender — whatever you please — every- 
thing by turns and nothing long. It is the 
hat of the period, cunning and deceitful, 
aad above all things desperately wicked." 



Dow to l>r< ..-. Well. 

Over two-thirds of the best dressed gentlemen 
y (those who dress in stylo we mean) 
would pa;-, U asked the question where they had 
1 heir c: .thes mode, that they went to John Bull's, 
No. 109 Third street, raid would also advise yo« 
ami your friends to po there if you want a periect- 
fiUiiigsuit made in the wtOSt style, from cither 
x>dfl, at the lowest price 
torn pat ible with a good garment. s. 



Creat Bargain* In rioUiins. 

The only store in the city that has^the largest, 
cheapest and finest assortment ol Men's and Boys 
Cothing, is U. Peyser's Montgomery Avenue Gett- 
ing Store, 710 Montgomery street, between Wash- 
ington and Jackson. Also, a large assortment of 
Men's and Boys' Overcoats and Cloaks, and the 
finest stock ol Goats' Furnishing Goods, Trunks, 
Valises, etc. S-x 

Dr. Dohrrtv. 

Has devoted his study more partkularly to 
chronic and specific practic, and as such is now 
the most successful of any Physician in San JTran- 
Bfeco. Office, 519 Sacramento Street, comer of 
boidesdorff , a few doors below the What Cheer 
■House t 

Burk~..rtlt*s MO Washington street. 

French calf boots made to order for $S; box toed 
- gaiters made to order for $6; oxford tie shoes made 
to order for $6; boys' boots made to order for $?; 
and lsrgv assortment of boots and shoes, all ef 
Burkhai Li 'a own make, at equally low sales, at 540 

■Washington street w 

^-- — — 

Medical Wonder. 

The great cure for rheumatic and other pains, 



THE NORTH PACIFIC RAILROAD. 

The inaugural trip over this road, yester- 
day, from Saucelito to Tomales, was a very 
pleasant affair. The excursionista left on 
the steamer Saucelito, yesterday, at 7^:30 
A, M-, and took the cars atSau«.elito at S:17, 
making the trip including all stoppages in 
about four and a half hours. The road be- 
yond San Rafael runs over a fine mountain 
range, through a summit tunnel of 1250 feet, 
and through some eight miles of redwood 
timber land. These portions of it are very 
romantic. After passing Taylor's paper 
mills, thirty miles from San Francisco, a 
very easy descent is made through fine 
agricultural land to Olema Station, at the 
head of Tomales Bay; from here the road 
follows the eastern shore of Tomales Bay 
for fifteen miles to Tomales; 55 miles from 
San Francisco. 

At Tomales a splendid collation was 
spread out the whole length of the new 
deprt, 365 feet, provided by the ladies of 
the town and vicinity. After partaking of a 
bountiful repast a number of speeches were 
made, and the excursionists embarked on 
the return trip at 3 P. M., most thoroughly 
convinced that the North Pacific Railroad 
was an enterprise that not only deserved 
success, but one that would win it. The 
hills around Tomales, plowed to the very 
tops, showed earth turned up as black as 
ink, and the re; .dents Bay that equally rich 
land extends for fifty miles to the north- 
ward. The great depot is full of grain, 
potatoes and other produce awaiting trans- 
portation, and the whole county population 
is alive to the necessity of sustaining 
the road that is to benefit them 
so much by . bringing their farms 
within four hours of San Francisco. 
The regular trains will commence run- 
ning on Monday, leaving Tomales at 7:30 
every morning, and making the return trip 
from Saucelito in the afternoons. The fare 
will be fifty cents to- San Rafael, $1.75 to 
Olema — thirty-eight miles, and . $2. . 25 . to 
Tomales. The schedule time from Saucel- 
ito to Tomales will be three hours and a 
half. In the Spring excursion trips will be 
made. 

A Blighted Brio?. 

The London World contains an interest- 
ing article describing how a promising 
young noble literally extinguished himself 
by marrying a princess of the royal house. 
No brighter career was ever open than that 
which dawned upon the young Marquis of 
Lome. Endowed with every possible at- 
tribute of graceful manhood, handsome, in- 
tellectual, prepossessing and popular, he 
seemed destined to win all hearts. He was 
the son of a duke of ancient lineage, and 
had traveled and written a book. His 
short career in parliament was brilliant and 
distinguished. As a secretary in the India 
office he bad won honors and fame, and the 
way to the ministry seemed fairly open he- 
fore him. But those who predicted that he 
would reach it were at fault. He loved hi3 
parents, and had been taught to obey them 
in everything, and in accordance with their 
wishes and those of the queen, he married 
into the royal family. The marriage was 
celebrated in the midst of universal rejoic- 
ing; but bitter experiences were in store for 
the Marquis in his character of a social an- 
onmaly. He was everywhere *snubbed by 
royalty, and was looked upon merely as the 
husband of a princess. He lives, sayB the 
World, to hand her into her carriage — the 
princess whom he maixied — if happly her 
equerry happens to be out for a stroll. The 
blight of a false position has withered his 
fancy and he seldom essays oratory now. 
No new edition of his book has been called 
for. and he has never written another work. 
If he ever does it will doubtless be his au- 
tobiography. 



The Young Man from the East. 

" Im a stranger in this city, 
I'm lately from the East, 
And mighty fond of oysters; 
Where can I tret a feast '! 
I've been to all the restaurants, 
But nowhere could I find, 
A plate of Eastern oysters. 
Of the old fashioned kind." 

"Well, I can tell you," said his friend, 

"Exactly where to go, 

And where to iret your oysters, 

Direct from where they^TOw. 

Just take a stroll down PINE STREET, 

At 419. opposite the Market, 

You'll sec a sitm, THE SADDLE ROCK, 

You can't fail to remark it. 

"Emerson Oorville keeps the place, 

The best saloon in town, 

There you can get your oysters raw, 

Or fried so crisp and brown. 

Ik's the largest oyster dealer 

On the Pacific Coast, 

And that he keeps the freshest 

lias ever been his boast 

''He's got nice little private rooms. 

Where you can sit at case, 

And cat your California stew, 

Or Eastern if yuu please. 

All the vounu' men of fashion go 

Ri-ht to the SADDLE KOCK, 

To eat their EASTERN OYSTERS 

And drink their Rhenhfc hock." « 



Santa Clans 

Is not a myth if New Year's candies of every 
kind, shape and color (both home-made and im- 
ported), is any proof of the existence of the time- 
honored deity, of presents for little ones. In fact, 
George Baas A Co., No. 20 Kearny street, has fac 
similes of Santa Claus (in Candy) that are really 
good enough to eat. His holiday stock of home- 
made candies and bon-bon boxes cannot be ex- 
celled anywhere, as a visit to his store will show, r 



mm g 



For •- lie everywhere. 



Holiday Confectionery. 

A hne assortment of holiday candies and-ncw 
styles of Christinas tree trimmings, fancy boxes, 
costume bon-bons, cornucopias, sugar fruits and 
ancy articles just reccired at J. Vogeley h 
Brothers, late of the Mechanics' Fair of 1S74, 26 
Second street, near Grant* HoteL * 



Dear! Dear! 

That immaculate journal, The All Dny 
City Item, published in Philadelphia, says: 

We ha' Hy criticised the "School 

for ScaMfcrr ar.<I have ofti". 
unfit, in itt !■!• ■' t --,.:■■. i r- ;<<■ - Mitation. 
It is briliu.nt. but v.. i _;. l ;■, /Unfitly and 
offensively vulgar. Shockingly vulgar to 
the young and pure. 

All the newspapers in Philadelphia are 
"ymm? and pure." They all say "The 
School for Scandal" is "shockingly vulgar." 
Let's all be young and pure, and have 
Sheridan's masterpiece altered to suit the 
purity of the times. 

Perfectly Correct. 

Mary E. Tillotson thu3 addresses the peo- 
ple of North America : 

This world has not produced her grandest 
specimens of the female form. Petticoats 
have perverted her, dragged upon her spinal 
anatomy, disarranged her vital organs, and 
made her a truly wretched remnant of a 
past glory. No earthly salvation for peo- 
ple whose women wear petticoats instead oi 
pantaloons. 

A Launch. 

The new steamer of the San Francisco 
and North Pacific E. R. Co., Peter Dona- 
hue, President, will belaunched with appro- 
priate ceremonies at the Potrero. to-mor- 
row, at half-past 13 o'clock. 



NEW AOV£RTl&EM£NT$ 



STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING. 



HOME MUTUAL INSURANCE COMPANY, 



The Annual Meeting of the Stockhold- 
ers of the Home Mutual Insurance Company trill be 
held -at the Company's office, 4tH> Calif ornia street, 
iu this city on MuNDAY, January 18, 1875, for the 
election of Directors for the ensuing year. Polls 
-will be open from 1 o'clock, until 4 p.m. 

CHA8. R. STORY. Secretary. 

San Francisco, January 7, 1875. ja8-td 



Pianos to rent from $4 to $18 per month, by 
Kohler, Chase & Co., No. 633 Clay street w 



m. GOE3ixr:E3sB:Ei, 

.[Late Stage Manager of Maguire'a New The- 
atre, formerly Business Manager and Agent 
« Strako3ch-Nilsson Concert, MareUk 
Italian Opera. Grau's Opera Bouffe, 
Wyndham Comedy Cornp'y, Jane - 
Coombes' Comedy Company, 
etc. etc.] 

Bess to Inform the Profession and Pub- 
lic that he is prepared to organize, manage and ar- 
range on moderate terms 

Concerts, Benefits, Thearic als, 

Amateur Performances, 

Tableaux, etc. 

And Entertainments of all kinds, PUBLIC AND 
PRIVATE, to furnish, if rouoired. 

Professional Ami. Costumes, Properties 
Accessories. 

To giva attention to proper and suitable publicity, 
advertising, etc 

Parties undertaking any kind of Amusement. En- 
tertaifjments, will save money and secure emoiencj 
by entrusting their business to 

JS CjrlSJXriDSIEJ. 

Address: Mftsulre's New Theatre* 

ffST Artists will oblige by forwarding names, speci- 
alties and addresses. oclG-tf 



EXTIi A HARD METAL SCOTCH TYPE 
DXILLKR «S RICIIAIED, Type Fouitders, 



EXTRA-HARD METAL TYPE, 

which secures the combined advantages of higher 
finish, increased durability and diminished weight. 
This mL-ttil, after many years' trial nnder the Hoe 
and other Machines of the leading London and Eng- 
lish and Scotch provincial Daily Papers, has been 
found to he at least twice as durable as the or- 
dinary type metal, and has gained it very universal 
preference. The great improvements they have in- 
troduced in their manufacture, enable them to 
supply Pouts of this superior metal without any in- 
crease of Price upon the ordinary quality. 

The new type on which the Figaeo is printed is 
from the above foundry. Every article for a com- 
plete news or job printing office furnished at the 
lowest prices. 

A large stock of news paper, all sizes and weights, 
which is offered on iavorable terms. 

BEAD. BRAND & CO. 
310 and 312 Clay street. 

D02&D 



OAKLAND DISTRIBUTING AGENC! 

TAYLOR St CO., 
Bill and Card Distributor 

FOB OAKI.A.VD and Vicinity. 

Will faithfully make distributions 

Circulars. Dodgers, Cards. 

Ajid erery description of 

Printoci S6IatteT , 

At most Rc&sonablo mtos. 
TAYLOR £ CO. DISTRIBUTE 

" FIOARO " > 

In Oakland every day, and are to be relied upon 
&3T Orders Received at Ibis Office 




THE HOUSEHOLD FURNISHING CO. 

328 TINS STREET. BAN FRANCISCO. 

Tinned, rianlnacd. Japanned, TVooden 

and Rattan Ware, Brass, Copper, Fire-Gilt and 
Plated Goods. 

Ornamental and Artistic Honecuold 
Articles. tfeSOjlm 



PERSONALS, 



W. It. MITGPOKD, Napa Ci«y.-Th< re is 

a BUI from "THE CHINA NEWS" for you at this 
office. i»8 



HORTICULTURAL HALL 

WINTER CARDEN. 

(Stockton Street, between Post and Sutter Street*. 

Saturday, January 23d. 
GREATER JHAN EVER. 

THIRD GRAND 

COSMOPOLITAN 

Bal Masque! 

Look at the Croat List of 
Attractions. 

FULL BALLET CORPS 

Under the direction of the Charming 
DauBeuse, 

aiiss A.M.Y BENNETT 

Wilt perform in OLD ENGLISH MORRIS 

DANCE, MAYPOLE DANCE 

PARISIAN LADIES' 

QUADRILLE. 

Grand Pageant Proeession ! 

Presenting A 

CO.'GRESS OF ALL NATIONS ! 

Allegorical and Realistic introducing 

Xjlxrlxis Animals, 

The Buffalo of the West; the Camel of the East 
Our Darwinian Ancestry. Grand Chariots and 
Horsea. Rich Appointments, Elaborate and Mag- 
nificent Costumes, forming a noble picture of unpar- 
alleled Tichn ess and splendor. 

QUADRILLE DISLOQUE! 

(Original) 
By the Disjointed Troop* of Dancers ! ! 

SCHMIDT &~scHLorrs 

GRAND ORCHESTRA OF SO PEE0E8, 

Six Valuable and Artistic Frizes 

Will he awarded as follows : 

TO LADIES— The Handsomest Costume: the 
Most Correct Historical Uostunie; the Most Original 
Costume. 

TO GENTLEMEN— Costume and the best sus- 
tained Original Character; the most correct Shakes- 
perian Costume and Character ; the most eccentrio 
Costume and Character. 

LADIES' PRIZES. 

Superb Oxide Silver Casket, covered wibh elabo 
rate and artistic carvings in bas relief. 

Elegant Bohemian Glass Toilet Set,, richly colored 
and gilt, with fine enamelled medallions on each 
piece. 

Full Size Quarto Morocco Album, richly orna- 
mented and giit. 

CE\TLEMEVS PRIZES. 

Monster Meerschaum Pipe of great value. 
Handsome Bronze Carved Inkstand. 
Tortoise shell Cigar Cases. 

&4T The Prizes will be exhibited one week before 
the Ball. 

Special XUottoe. 

The immense success of the COSMOPOLITAN 
BALS MASQUES has induced some unscrupulous 
speculator to filch, and use the title, in advertising 
some low third-class Bali The public is hereby cau- 
tioned chat the only genuine auasuccesaful COSMO- 
POLITAN BALS MASQUES have been, and will 
be giron, at Horticultural Hall, under the direction 
of SAM tiENKSE. 

TICKETS, TWO DOLLARS. 

Double Ticket, admitting Lady and Gentleman, 
Three Dollars. ja2 



DIVIDEND NOTICES. 



RINK OF THE 



WESTERN SAVINC8 



TRUST OOj 

SAX FBAXCISCO, JAN, 4, 187G. 

Depositors- JJivideudl 

Tbe Directors of this Corporation hur 

this day declared the semi-annual dividend, at tb 
rate of ten (10) per cedt. per Rnn'un on Term Del 
potite aad eight (8) per cent, on Ordinary Deposit! 
payable on and after January 10th, 1875, at the offloi 
of the Back, Bortheaat corner of Post and Kearn 
atreete. F. CLAY. 

jo5-lm Vice-President and Caehter. 



Dividend Notice. 
SECURITY SAVINGS BANK 

315 SAN30ME STREET. 



The Roard. or Directors have declare* 

a Dividend to Depositors for the Term ending De 
oember 31st. 1874, at the rate of Nine (9) per ee»fc 

Cor annum on Term Deposits and. Sevon and one 
all (7-1) per cent, per annum on Ordinary Deposit* 
free of Federal Tax, payable on aud after Jaqumi 
13th, 1875. JOHN PAilROTT, 

ja2-lw President. 




Crowded Day and NlKhtly. The Enter- 
prising proprietors of the Southern Pacific Oyster 
House have added additional neat and private 
rooms to their establishment, retaining their ever- 
popular prices. These popular refreshment rooms 
are on Summer street, below Kearny, between Cal- 
ifornia and Pine. de24-3m. 



MONEY TO LOAN 1 

BPOX STOCKS, BONDS, REAL ESTATE, 

LIFE INSURANCE POLICIES, AND ALL 
OTHER GOOD COLLATERALS, BY 

JOHN T. LITTLE, 

do31.1m 4C5J CALIFORNIA STREET. 



SAVE YOUR MONEY. 

For all kind of Uoward and 

Walthsm Watches at Manufacturers' 
Pricea — Cases guaranteed 18 karat gold.— go 
to F. HOFLENG Sole Agent in San Fran- 
cisco, corner Third and Market Streets, Nucleus 
Hotel. All kinds of Solid JoweLry made to order 
and for sale. Diamonds set and for sale at the low- 
est living prices Manufacturing and Repairing 
dooe dsl5-3m 



North Carson S. Iff. Co. 

OFFICE OF COMPANY 

Room 21, No. 419 Cal f ornia St. 

Location of Mine, 

Eagle Talley. on luc Lomstork Range, 

and about three miles frem American Flat. Detail 



map3 on file at the office. 



de26-tf 



Dividend Notice. 

THE GERMAN SAYINGS AND LOAN SO€T( 

The Board of Directors have declare* 

the dividend ■ for the current half year ending De 
oember 31st, 1874,' at the rate of nine (9) per cent 
per annum on Term Deposits, and seven and one 
half (71) per cent, on Ordinary Deposlta, free of Fee 
' ral tax, and payable on and after January 15th. 
By Order, GEO. LETPE, 

de31-2w Secretary. I 



Dividend Notice. 

SAN FKANCISCO SAVINGS UNION, NO. 5i 

CALIFORNIA ST., CORNER WEBB. 

For the hall year endlnc; with Decern 

ber 31st, 1871 a dividend has been declared at to 
rate of nine (9) per cent per annum on Term p- 
posits, and sevon and one-half (71 ) per cent on Ol 
dinary Deposits, free of Federal tax, payable o 
and after January 13th, 1875. 

Per order LOYELL WHITE, Cashier. 
de29-lm 



Dr. C. C. 0'I>0\.\ELL, ODlee and Resi- 
dence S35 Kearny, near Jackson up stairs: Gradu- 
ate of Dartmouth College, and late Surgeon in the 
U. S. Army. Treats office patients for a fee of %\\ 
Visits, %\ 50; Medicines free; Obstetrical cases S15. 
ie25-tf 



PACIFIC MAII 

STEAMSHIP CO. 

For China and Japan 



reave Wharf corner First and 

Brannan Streets every alternate SAT- 
URDAY, at Noon, for 

YOKOHAMA and HONG K0M 

Connecting at Yokohama with Company's Eraa 
Line for Shanghae via Hiogo and Nagasaki. 

For Hew Yorl 

VIA PANAMA 

Steamers leave at 13 M. every alternate WEDNF. 
DAY, connecting via Panama Railroad frith one 
tbe Company's Steamoni from Aspinvrali to N 
York. 

Calling at all the Californian, Mexican and Cant 
American Ports. Steamers leave at 12 o'clock no 
every alternate THURSDAY. 

Sir Through tickets sold to and from LIYI 
POOL, QUEEN3TOWN. SOUTHAMPTON. BI 
MEN. BREST. HAVRE. HAMBURG, STETTJ 
COPENHAGEN and NORWAY. 

Each ship carries an experienced Surgeon. He 
«al attendance free, 

For Santa Barbara, San Pedro, h 
Angelos, Araksim & San Diego 

Steamers leave at 9 o'clock a_ m. 

For SAN BUENAVENTURA and HUENE 
calling at intermediate points, Steamer sails a 
o'clock p. M. 

NO EXTRA CHARGE for Meals or Stateroom 

For Dates of Sailing see Daily Papers. 

Apply for freight or passage at tho 

Pacific Mail Steamship Co 

Corner LcidcsdorO and Sacramento i 

del-tf JENNINGS 8. COX. A*att 



S. F. and N. P. B. B. C 



On and after Det-emher, 1874, the Sti 
ANTELOPE, Capt. WARNER, mil leave San F 
cisco daily (Sundays excepted) from Front and Gi 
street Wharf at 2:00 o'clock, P. M-, connectin 
Donahue's Landing with tbe cars for Petaln 
Santa Rosa, Healdsburg, Cloverdale; also i 
with stages for Sonoma, Uklah, Point Arena, J 
docino, Lakeport, Clear Lake, and for the pop 
Springs of Mark West, Bartlett, Highlands, Ska 
and the great natural wonder, the GEYSERS, 
turning, tbe oars will leave Cloverdale' at 6 A. 
connecting at Donahue Landing with the steal 
and arriving at San Francisco at 11:15. 

The shortest, quickest and best route to 
GREAT GEYSERS- W. 0. VAN ARNAJ 
KENNEYS Stage Route. 

No freight can be received after 1:30 o'clock F 

For further information apply at Company's 
4'^tt Montgomery street. 

P. DONAHUE. Preside 
F. H- GBRDES. 

nolO-tf General Passenger and Ticket Agei 



OVERLAND J-JOUS , 

Sacramento St* Near Montgomery 

The Best and Cheapest FITENISI > 

ROOMS in San Francisco. With or without b( L 
J. E. SLTNKEY, Propriet 
N. B. Also Proprietor of "BON TON" S& '< 
California Theatre, Bush street. <3 




teacbinx fwclruitr*. 



CLAY-STREt 
RIDING AOADErn 

83* Clttl Sir^pi, 
* taction. 

This is ton moat elffl 
and oomroodioQs K 9 
A cademy ia t-ne city ; • 
dnj aud evening. Pi < 
alar attention pa<< I 
PB27.1 
A. MARSHALL, Propru » 



FIGARO IX OAJLLA 



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«AS ITVA.HCWl'O. SATVHIIAY. JAHUARY ». IT1V 



VOL. XXI. 



i SULLI.M 

sMCOF.KE/D. 

Jfc II Monttocicry Street 
. i*. Ur«MlkMl Horn < 

CLOAJiS AM 

m. lot w> in , ■ 



HAVE YOUR PICTURES! 



NEW YORK GALLERY 

No. 25 Third St., 



CALIFORNIA THEATRE. 



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j. a. rarea*. ■■ •« «. r. fc-i-J 



LAST NIGHT OF THE BRILLIANT INGAGEMENT 

JOHN M c CULLOUGH! 



Palace AmpHtlwatre. 

• "• .ta.snrrj MJ antesUaa. 

R YA L* TtA UAN~ fj I R C US 



THIS 



JANUARY 9 



IIM llii 



PALACE OF FASHION. . B-RTX T t»T*$ | 

a. morris, OK, THE FALL OP TARQUIN 

Merchant Tailor, m 



1 '<-• lor mini,-,. 


•-«•>• i^iiriit. 


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mr juorra i ukun... 


1 «'i : 01 OsU IIBTTKA 



PROGRAMME FOR THIS EVENING. 



1 Oirrtnrr . 



J 



CUSTOM-MADE COOPS!, 

•f^Un( UMlf »-*«'.» U k *m fOIBf «Ur ■ h*tx 

My Prices Defy Competition. 

■ til l.Il (OMIMI lUIK.Silll>. 



JOHN Mr.Cl l.l-OKJH 

BABTOM DILI. 

.1 r IHIIXKTT 
'' tl Ml 
SI , -m\ 



Ttar only TRI1NIU. 
"II.Mllt lllllltlW 



.11 i 



UESSKa TUBBUrOK. MATTIIKWH. IUC1U.I 




Meld 



Suit* $30 

. XUe.trer llress .Su..«£4X.... 55 

lelton Orercoats, 16 

CaMlmere Pants 7 

Black Beater Pants 10 

Silk Yrhvt Vest* 9 

£L. 

A. IVIOB.RIS, 

No. 17 SecondStre et, 

Opp4Mllr Cranil Uolcl. 



v Mi 

.MISS I 

\ ' ■• Mil | KATIK l»LLL 

vviriUHY. .lANVAIVi oth, LAST McCULLOtTOH HAT! 

THra WIPE, a rr«,i© or lvtcna-fu-a,. 

MONUAY, .lAM'AKY 1 1 th. 16T5, 

BENEFIT OF MISS BELLA PATEMAN, 

■inn silt- wiU apfxmr iu ho pre.it character of MERCY MERRICK, in 
« I JIM -.1.11. J.IM IIV 13, 

BINEFIf OF Mlii tfOfSlE HE 



••IMrhter and Itnnrr" sui.k 

um in -.|| I( . 

t I.IIIMI Hl\ III W I I, tl I <l r 

U, IUI It L*DI>.« and tut U 1.1 Mil Ml 1 

1 < 1 r. nil r. lli« Jaitllni lxlriiiir.1lo.i 

klklllt klMhlll 

4 ■TUll-l" Till: I.I IMII 

t ulliiul nf l|« .j.. , I. 

Inlrmlurrd In 

5 I'HHIMI I>IU11\ HI 

"iium: in\i.ki;aii 
n<>»> ii:. « itvi.it. 

r. IK.1RII IIOUI/IINTtl. IMIi 

WM-lt*. I lil\k I 1 II KIN ,.i,,l I.IMUX 

: li: inl.TM.I IT l.rnnd larldTit ami liar Art 
1m llie li, iloinilol.tr loui.it 1'rralr I IJiillliOKO 
II ItA on IIh- Aumrnllaii MrcplrrhaArr "inHk." 

X THK K1IVD1HIII I Mllil It ..... 

UAH Ik lIUMhllkll HI and bin Bo j nihil III 

rssiojf of i 



TlllltSUAT. JIM IKY Hill, 

MULDER-FABBRI MEMORIAL ENTERTAINMENT. 



mil. IV. JAM AEtV 1.11k, 

BiEXNIBlT'IT OF 3Vt«Lf3. J"CJI>jSLEC. 

(THE FIRST IN TWO YEARS.) 



9 SoJIic llnni "Vi, Inn's Jlidle> of .Iniirlrnn Air. 

itoi.niu m:i niMitA 

10 Tllltl I; MTIOSS. Enslnud, Irrlnnil nnil Mrol- 
hilt.l Kini.-.tiliiii Act tlUVs'lM R A. lilllllr.BT 

11 SUM :i: MAGIC VOSHKAWA l.VOhlKI 

I? HKMlRlTl RILI.V «IBA in lirr <;rnnd I'rlart- 
pal.Eiiui'Hfrl.in Art on Uiirrlmrk Hoi>l". 
Homii JIB. HAKSIK. 

■ 3 THE ItOMIIsH MAX, VK.MIII FABAKTA, la 

Ilia hiulily nluiulDK urnl Inlmltbblf lii-rrurtniin.e. 

1 1 ••OTHEIIO" Thr World. Rrnnwnrd "BEI.HOlTT 
COLT", lull i.ilui . il bj HIC. I.I l»l lii; I III t II IM 

10 BO 11 IO ST!;\STHN.TIie l.rinlSoaicr.nnll..ml 
rirouelle tuui.lrlnu ...«Tu» n MB. YYABAkJK 

10-FLKiHT OF tl'OI.I.O l«loiimlliii!l)lsnlnj at 

llor.unutiislili. oil SIX RABEHAI K VI l.tlls 

By lilt .limit <> A'i'uv 

NOTICE.- SMOKING STRICTLY PROHIBITED 

ArrEioiopie Matinee^ every YVbtii«e*dat and S-iti-vim y 
Admission lo tlit; Matinees. BO ceuU- Children, Hal(-J*riae. 
Doors opcu-at 1 o'clock. Performance bo commence at 2. 



ucAin'd Business 
HEALS Sj college. 

24 Post St., San Francisco 



Th<- l*r%r%t an. I tu%t Rtulnru ColI««c 

Oa tl..' i'huI li* jnislnatM *x« qujiJlt.«Ht fur bu.i- 
MMtvnJ cnjLbk-1 to &11 rucratlrc altufttloru at oncv. 
ToQag men aLuviM nam die UiU Mbool btjfoifl »t- 
•■LMling taUewfaea-o. For lnfonnaUim call *t Um 
«V«c. No. M Port aUvct, or tvl<iraM fi, P. II«nl<l. 

8*0 KrasOCiMO. 



"TI!E VILLA," 

At tba If •» 

GOLDEN GATE PARK, 

Tb« Boilii.oit hi»injr Joat b*«n oorn»l-tod. It 
t*sUr fan.iii.B4. »nd rui 

Four Public Parlors, 

— AHD— 

Ten Prtrate Dtning Rooms, 

Tit* wb.ji*b«m« boil), o»t Ilk* a pablio boUl ' 
bat u it it named 

An ElegiVnt Villa. 

JI?2.« Vl 14'i! ta i*5t ud ak "^ u ' t or oor»fi-w»it- 
»«»» Of tbo Park. 

CUIDO MANCENB£RC. 

PBOPBUITOB. Jr.io 




PROGRAMMES, 
And all kind, of Printing for 

Shows, Lectures, 

Concerts, Theatres, 

Excursions, &c. 

AT LOW BATCH, BY 

B. r. STERBTT, 

532 CLAY STREET. 



Attention. Good Livers! 

P. B. HEROES Jb CO., 
MINERS' RESTAURANT, 

■r. BentM. faraarrly rra. 

arlaaarol tun Miner.' Restaurant hi. 

takao the managemaat of both the 

Ulnar. BaaUarant am Commarctal 

■treat and the Miners' Branch uo Mar- ~ 

let street. Oar EUu olFare aJKsa au u, doI | 

ZSjSSHir" 000 * p,r * 

"•Sy aaM-tf 

5*1 avadS33Komm<-r<tlalaosl Ma Market 



ANTISELL 
PiANO CO. 

Capital Stock, $500,000 



If Yon T-'.uii n Piano, Ruy M llr.'ul- 

quartern, and don't bo fooled iuto Ijiijing advcrtis*xl 
Huy tin ANT1SF.I-L PIANO- 
tbe best Piano mtulc, and 
" ir iLLidint; artifits ftnd rau- 
eicianrj '.':.; nJa We sell at maniifoo 

tanBHHoeii. tad LavItik ■> I and bu.-ii- 

iMn are enul... d U> in. leiiiull agenU wlio ore only 
en, Atjttiit.* bkM. to i>ii' liiyb prices to cover 
. cirdils, and li'tiftily niako tbu enormous 
Tn lie torowaraed isto 
Uo forearmed. Wc . received from our fac- 

tory n fine oBsortmi'iit that wo offer at a Bmall ad- 
■ttb«r for cash or iustalmeuta, inittead of 
renting. They ore overstrung bass Agraffes, Preoch 
action, etc, prihiKeHBing every improvement recog- 
nlzed Ijy people of ouitlVated musical tante, and the 
(rrand result in that for power, aweetness, brilliancy, 
-:.!■;■ quality oi toue, t'vunntjss throughout the 
entire scale, delicacy and elasticity of touch stroQgth, 
durability, beauty and Hiiitih, the ANT1HELL PI- 
ANO Ktands inieiiuaUed. 

N li. -We Bold our iihKi.'i.-nancousdtocrt atauction, 
which contrifted of St«inway Jt Son. Chipkering, and 
Ueoker Urotherrt, au it don't pay to keep those uiakes, 
we fhid the iii_-]iiaiitl io liuiitu-tl. 

T. M. ANTISELL & Co. 

REMOVED TO 

640 Washington Street. 



THE CLIFF HOUSE! 

ROJRIHG OCEIBl' SURGING BREAKERS 
FOtMHIG SURF, KONSTER SEA LIONS 

Appetizing Breakfasts, Lnnekes, 
Dinners and Sttppers. 

BRING YOUR WIFBI 

BitlNQ ttll'U FABCTA.YI 
BRING YOUR IiAIlY FBIENDn 

And anjor a rlew of tb. finest O0RAN PANO- 

BAMA IN THE WORLD, all in eiallit of, 

th. w>rld-renoea.d 

Ooltloii Grate. 

With a fleet of wbrte-«"inred maaa.nc.ra anterln, 
from arorr part oi tba oeaunercaal world. 

aa-N.w Line Basses, oonneotlng with Btr..t 
Oars at Lone Mountain erary 13 ounota. hereaf Ut 
for th. Oliff Uoom. iyl-tf 



SAN FRANCISCO BATHS 

Hairdressing Establishment. 

*36 Waaklnarton atrr«t, 

balow Keamy. PiUUEri RE- 
DUCED: Balis, K coins. Shall- __ 
luf, HcsnU, Hatr cviltinit. SB ^Bbath 

— .- QiMMlinoiilni, 36 can*. "™ 

i Jatha .H JOHN ORiar , 



LEAVY BRO. & CG'S. 

Own Brand of Imiiortcd 

Consolidated Virginia 
CI G-ARS ! 

REINA VICTORIAS. 

WHOLESALE DEPARTMENT. 

500 Mouteomery St. 

RETAIL, 

for. of Buali and Krarny, Xnnrcl Vulncr, 
ja2^3m 



To the Unfortunate. Finest Singing Room ifn the City 



Dr. Gibboa's Dispensary, 

No. 6?3 Kearny Street, Corner of 

Commercial, Man Francisco. Entrance on 
Commercial, Established In 1854, for the 
treatment and cure of all diseases of the uri- 
nary and genenitivo organ. 1 ,, and all physi- 
cal conditions or Weakness consequent 
upon the errors or ignorance of the Bexea, Skin dis- 
ease (of years' ataiitlLng) and rheumatism, suecess- 
fully treated. The sick and the afflicted should uot 
fail to call upon him. The Doctor has travek-d ex- 
tensively in Europe, and inspected thoroughly the 1 
variou.'i hoanitals there, obtaining a great deal of 
valuable information, which he la competent to 
impart to thoae in need of his services. Dr. Gibbon 
will make no charge unless he effects a cui'u. 

Address DR. J. P, OIUEON, Dox 1957, Son. 
Francisco. no35-tl' I 



OFFICE! 



Daily Evening Post 

HAS REMOVED TO 

Northeast Corner 



SACRAMENTO & MONTGOMERY. 

jall-lw 



S20 xxomes. 

300 Men Wanted to Buy Lota In tho 

ANTISELL TRACT, BERKELEY 

930 down, balance $10 per month. $200 eaoh. 
Auction l*rice. Cheapest ever offered. 

Apply at 

ANTISELL PIANO ROOMS 

C-10 WaHhliialoii Street. de!2-tf 



DR. FERDENANDERZ, 

,g» Velcbrafed Tor bla Succew In Uie 

treatment of all diseases of men and women baa 
his olHcc at 

2L5 Keomy Street, bet. Bonn * Sutter. 

Hour. 10 A M. to 1 p. H. and 3 r. M. to . P. at. 

del8-tf 



GEO. A. CASE, 

DBWTIB T, 
S3 Montsomrry Street, 
Oyo Licit House. 
HentiaUy in all it. branches, at reasonable rata. 



JOHN BOLLMAN 

Oin, au«l I>nrs, Sell, In spite of a lefffon 

of long-tailed Celestials and their white Wends, 
PUKE HAVANA CIGARS Eut: FIVE CENTS 
APIECE, or THIRTY DOLLARS PER THOU3- 
AI^JD. They are called 

Los Brilliantes. 

And, judging by the daily increasing demand foB 
them, thoy will in time outsell any otdier braude o« 
cigars, Competition, of course, will do all it can to 
ratara an<l stop their sale, and therefore we would 
earnestly request the generous DiibLio to see for itself 
aud first give them a fair trial, ere condemning 
them. A meritorious article may ho cheap as well. 
and our maxim has been aod always will be, to sell 
a first-rate article at the lowest price possible, 
Those cigars as well oa our celebrated Russian 
Ciqaritos arc sold in all the principal cigar stores 
in this city and adjoining towns, or tho factory, 409 
WASHINGTON STREET, CORNER BATTERY. 




ASSEMBLY ROOM 

NO. 23 «;U.11U STREET, 

Bet. Keamy and Dupont, 

FREE UNO EAST EVERY NIGHT. 

This fine and commodious Room has just botua 
built., expressly for the Free and Easy going public. 
[tua nearly sixty feet long by 23 wide, with an ele- 
vated roof and the beat of ventilation. 

The Proprictoia of this Elegant Saloon have «pnr«.\ 
no expense in Euildini; and Decorating, and hope by 
strict attention to business to gain the public ravo 
They keep the very best of WINES, LIQUORS an i. 
CIGARS, and also agood HOMJLJ-COOKEI) LUW'i 
hot every night. 

&g" FREE and EASY every evening. a; 



ROCKAWAY OYSTER HOU£~ 

1004 Market Street, Rear Junction of 
Market and Powell. 

ClioirCrit Oymlerfi, CUobs mill 

Steaks served to order at all hoars, (j 
SUPPERS for Parties and Families s 
promptly supplied. Tho patronage of 
our friends and the public in ruipect- 
fuily Boficited. HENRY LANOB, 

ED. KREHMKH. 
OoSO-tf Pi .pnetor-.. 



Look for above trade mark, when you buy and bo- 
ware of imitations. 

N. B. For a smoker, as a holiday gift, you could 
hard! y select onythingmore suitable and acceptable 
than our CroAJtfl and RUSSIAN Cioaiutoh, especi- 
ally our La Moscovitas manufactured of Turkish 
tobacco worth $5 per pound. The finest Cigaritoa In 
Market, sold at the factory for £20 per thousand. M 



LANGLKY'S 

SAN FRANCISCO DIRECTORY, 

1B7B. 

Established, I 857. 

The Canvass for the Ahore Reliable 

work will be completed in a few days, and the print- 
ing thereof secured without delay. The undersigned 
will esteem It a favor to be notified of any change* 
of firms, removals, new arrivals In this cltr. or any 
other additions or alterations from this date. 

HENRY Q. LANGLEY, Proprietor. 
012 Clay street, between Montgomery and Kearny, 
tA«H-9w Vp Stairs. 



The Celebrated Pan Roast 



SOLOMON TESMORSTS 

Stalls, 57, 68 and 58 California Market. ' 
.Entrance on Pine street,) 
Faniilies and Restaurants supplied at Bhor: 
del Mm 



J. O. COMBES, 
TERRAPIN UXJNCliU 

Terrapin Constantly on Hand 
Oysters in every style. PRIVATE*. 

■\TtTTVa _ . 

dec 31-tf 



every 
SUPPER ROOMS FOR PARTIES. 



MORACHAN& LYNCH. 

DEALERS IN 

Oysters, Clams anil nil kinds 

of Shell Fish, Stall «8 California Mar- 
ket, San Francisco. Open Day and 
Night Faunilies. Public and Private 
Portias, Hotels, Shipping and Restau- 
rants supplied. ___^_^_ 



GEORGE AtATJtS* 



stealer In'Oyaters. Clams, 

all kind* of 8HKLL FISH. Stalls 3 
40. 41, 4'2, California Moiket, entrmnoo 
on Calif omia street. 

Public or private parties and famllie* siipptft 
from 6 a. m. to 12 p K, La'iles'and QenUrmea' 
Oystfjr Room* open from 6 a. at. to 12 p. M.. d«:7J 



US Nc^lag\lfa 

intranoe ^9^.1 



MINNIE WILLIAMS. 

The Mother of ninnlr Wllllnma ran ob- 
tain information concerning bar child by aalKna a, 

tha "*iaaato"t>«c«h«lw.aa»and.l2a at. tS» 

• 



TT ORGAN OF AMUSEMENTS. 



Published Every Day In the Tew. by 
O". :e». BOGA.RDQ*. 

AT 

32 Merchant and 537 Washlngt< m S*r 

Below Mootffomert. San Franrisro 



SATURDAY ...T ANT ART \* 



, fW M EMORIAtl. 

DIED —In this city, early this nnrolnj. TfirMrv 
HJtr.E La.nyos Jon.vs, in tho thirty-sixth year 

of bis ace- 
There has passed from u* one of the 
kindest hearted men that ever lived. These, 
or acme such wordB will be the sicken epi- 
taph uttered over the remains of Tremeu- 
here Lanyon Johns by all who had the 
pleasure of knowing him in life. Peculiar 
in his opinion on many things, this pecu 
liarity sprung from no twist or crank of 
mind, but rather from his habit of looking 
at. and judging most things from & thor- 
oughly original standpoint His originality 
of thought was on a par with his honesty 
of purpose, conviction and dealing. His 
record since his arrival in California, has 
simply been that common one of a news- 
paper laborer, with few incidents of stir- 
ring cast, but telling the story of much 
work. He arrived in Sacramento from 
Victoria, B. C, in 1863, and moved to San 
Francisco in 1864. The Golden Era re- 
ceived his first contributions. He was the 
orj^inal editor of the Dramatic Chronicle, 
% evering bis connection with that paper to 
start the Figaro, which paper he edited to 
the day of his death. As a theatrical critic 
be was just and discriminating, yet never es- 
teeming it his province to blame for the 
pleasure of blaming, but stretching rather 
a point to find something to praise. He 
was of a good Cornish family, and previous 
to his coming to the New World, held a 
position under the British Government in 
the Admiralty. His passing away to the 
undiscovered country was in the deep sleep 
caused by an overdose of morphine taken 
to relieve the pains of dyspepsia from 
which he had suffered acutely for some time 
past. A wife and two children have yet, 
in their set time, to follow him. It is cer- 
tain — whatever his opinion of the Hereafter 
may have been — that he had no dre&d of 
the shadows of The Valley, — and it is cer- 
tain, too, that these shadows have added to 
their number one, who, when in the sub- 
stance held his fellows in that spirit of gen- 
tle kindness and charity with which we hold 
him, sorrowing. 



B.ow to Drees Well. 

Over two-thirds of the best dressed gentlemen 
in this «(ty (those who dress in style we mean) 
would say, if asked the question where thej had 
their clothes made, that they went to John Bull's, 
No. 133 Third street, and would also advise yom 
and y or friends to go there if you want a perfect- 
rUfcng-suH made in the latest style, from either 
Imported or domestic goods, at the lowest price 
compatible with a good garment. s. 

C.reat Contalna In Clothing. 

Tho only store in the city that bae'the largest, 
cheapest and finest assortment of Men's and Boyi 
CbtlLng, is H. Peyser's Montgomery Avenoe Coth- 
ing: Store, 719 Montgomery street, between Wash- 
ington and Jaekson. Also, a large assortment of 
li.n's and Boys' Overcoats and Cloaks, and the 
finest stock of Gents' Furnishing Goods, Trunks, 
Valises, etc 2-x 

Bunker's Clnb Dome Sansaces. 

A delictus table delicacy. They are made of 
diiry-fed pork, are admirably seasoned, and are 
as superior to the ordinary dry, tasteless sans 
age made of beef and park mixed, as anything 
can be Imagined. Made fresh every morning at 
Bunker's btaM, 74 and 75 California Market, Cali- 
fornia tUreet entrance. Try them. ft-B 



Dp. Donerrr. 

Has demoted his study more particularly to 
chronic and specific praetic, and as such is now 
the most successful of any Physician in San Fran- 
aieeo. Office, 619 Sacramento street, comer of 
beidesdorff, a few doors below the What Cheer 

Burkhardt's MO iT;i>hlucton street. 

French calf boots mado to order for $8; box toed 
gaiters made to order for |6; oxford Uo shoes m ad e 
to order for to; boys' boots nude to order for $»; 
and large assortment of boots and shoes, all «f 
Burkhardt'B own make, at equally low sake, at 540 
Washington street. M 

Fho tocrapBUe. 

Edoturt & Cobb 504 Kearney street, produce 
Pastel Paintings which are superior to either Oil 
or W&ter Colore. Enlargements in all styles, gen- 
eral photographic work guaranteed. 9-sa 

For die TIolMays- 

A splendid assortment of fine Watches, Jewelry, 
Sflvexwarc , . at very low prices, at H. A. Col- 
tender's, X. . corner Mission and Second streets. 
Every article warranted. T 



"vresh and Sweet. 

For the best confectionery, go to Canty and 
Wagner's, 107 ::^irbjomery St "^ar Sutter. b 



FOREIGN DRAMATIC NEWS. 

Mr. James Anderson, the ence famous Claude, 
has got to Falstaff. He played the fat knight, at 
Drury Lane, London, on the 14th Inst., for his ben 

eflk. 

Miss Emma Howsoo, who wins so well In "Le 
Roi Carottc." at the Grand Opera, ij to ring in Ital- 
ian opera at Malta. She will appear In "Sonnam 

bula," 

Mr. John Oren-'ord"a adaptation of ""The Two 
Orphans" has passed its 9C*h consecutive represent* 
ti-n! at the Locdnn Olyn 

Madame Celesto, the old actress, has been dan- 
gerously ill of late, and is reported to beet 111 in deli- 
cate health. 

Mr. Charles Matthews h*$ been very ill with the 
gout, and he bad to fjnit acting, for a while. He 
was at Bri.-hton, England. 

It is announced from Berlin, that Pr!n ce Georfre 
of Prussia is engaged In writing a drama, the sub 
ject of which is taken from the Old Testament, and 
that with a view of the better preparing himself for 
the careful working ont of the plan, be has called 
in the aid of a distinguished Semitic scholar to di- 
rect him in regard to the correct exposition of the 
piece. 

Mrs, Henry VIning, the mother of Mrs. John 
Wood (MatUda Vining), the well-known actress, 
died in London, on Dec 5. in tho 7tah year of her 
age. and was buried at Hfghgate Cemetery, on the 
lltb Inst. Mrs. Vining, was, for many years, an ac- 
tress, and was long connected with the London Stir- 
rer Theatre. She accompanied her daughter to this 
country, 

Schaii.ann's Trans-Atlantic Novelty Company ta* 
been doing famously in Havana. A benefit perfoim- 
ance for the sufferer J by the freshet realized $6,452.40. 
The company has gone to Cienfuegos, Porto Rico 
and St. Thomas. 

Th e last work of those brilliant Frenchmen* 
Halevy and Mellhac, is a four-act comedy called *"La 
Bonle" (the bed-warmer | Madame puta one into 
Monsieur a bed, and it burns his legs. A quarrel 
ensues, followed by an intrigue, and the whole is 
very funny, being complicated by the doings of a 
certain gay Lothario, who creates ill-feeling between 
the worthy couple. 
The death is announced at Montevideo, TJragnay, 
i October 25th of Mr. A- M. Hernandez, the ini 
mitable pantomimist of the BidewcU and McDon- 
oagb .Black Crook Company. Hemandeze was one 
of tho attractions of the Gaiety Troupeat Maguire s 
Old Opera House, several years ago. 



The Toons Man from tlio East. 

" Im a stranger in this city, 
I'm lately from the East, 
And mighty fond of oysters; 
Where can I get a feast? 
Fve been to all the restaurants, 
But nowhere could I find, 
A plate of Eastern oysters, 
Of the old fashioned kind." 

"Well, I can tell you," said bis friend, 

"Exactly where to go, 

And where to £Xt your oysters. 

Direct from where they grow. 

Just take a stroll down PINE STREET, 

At 419. opposite the Market. 

You'll see a sign, 'THE SADDLE ROCK, 

You can't fail to remark it. 

"Emerson Corville keeps the place, 

The best saloon in town. 

There you can get your oysters raw, 

Or fried so crisp and brown. 

He's the largest ovster dealer 

On the Pacific Coast, 

And that he keeps the freshest 

Has ever been his boast, 

"He's got nice little private rooms, 
Where you can sit at ease, 
And eat your California stew, 
Or Eastern if you please. 
All the young men of fashion go 
Right to the SADDLE ROCK, 
To eat their EASTERN OYSTERS 
And drink their Rhenish hock." 



Santa Clans 

Is not a myth if New Year's candies of every 
kind, shape and' color (both home-made and im- 
ported), is any Proof of the existence of the time- 
honored deity, of presents for little ones. In fact, 
George Haas k Co., No. 20 Kearny street, has fac 
similes of Santa Claus fin Candy) that are really 
good enough to eat. His holiday stock of home- 
made candies and bon-bon boxes cannot be ex- 
celled anywhere, as a visit to his store will show, k 



The Old Hint Rfstanrant. 

At this old established house, 605 Commercial 
street, above Montgomery, always noted among 
"he bon vivants for its good things, can be procured 
the finest and best cooked Oysters, Steaks and Chops 
in town. Terrapins and the choicest brands of 
Wines and Liquors a specialty. Charges moderate 
G. M. Hepburn, the new proprietor, invites the 
pablic to give the "Old Mint" a triaL 8-t 



The Green Room. 

This popular resort of tho profession and all 
epicures who can appreciate good liquors and a 
good lunch, is directly opposite the California The- 
atre, It has just been beautifully frescord and is 
now a modle of taste and elegance. Everybody 
goes to the Green Room between the acts. x 



Holiday Confectionery. 

Anne assortment of holiday candies and new 
styles of Christmas tree trimmings, fancy boxes, 
costume bon-bons, cornucopias, sugar fruits and 
ancy articles just received at J. Vogeley ti 
Brothers, late of the Mechanics' Fair of 1674, 20 
Second street, near Gram. Hotel. " 



Astonishing. 

It is really astonishing, the low prices at which 
Zachariag, the jeweler, sells his goods. Any one 
passing along Kearny street, near Sacramento, 
will be attracted by the magnificent display, n 



The original "Swain's Bakery" is now established 
i n their magnificent new place at 213 Sutter street 
near Centre Market, and has added a lunch room 
and ice cream saloon. This is their only place of 



Somelblnx Elegant. 

The largest and most magnificent assortment of 
Jewelry and Stiver-ware, can be found at Messrs. 
Yanderslice & Co. No 136 Sutter street. L 



The Decker Grand Piano Is the Kcra of all oth 
ers, without exception. Kohler, Coast & Co. 
Agents, 663 CUy street. v 



Pkace is Declared in all families who buy their 
furniture and bedding- of J. A. Shaber A Co., 707 
Market street, near Third, because they get bette 

goods for the same price than any other dealers. 

The Emerson Piano is the finest and cheapest 
Piano in the market to-day for general use Koh- 
ler, Chase & Co., 6u3 Clay street d 



Vfa&hlns Returned In One Day. 

And we never, disappoint, at the What Cheer 
L-U-'.drj. No Chinamen employed. 

What Cheer Laundry. 
121 Leidcsdorff street, near Sacramento 

Pianos to rent from $4 to $10 per month, by 
Kohler, Chase & Co., No. 633 Clay street. v 



Managers 

Of Amusements, Excursions, Lectures, aad 
Concerts, are directed to the splendid Printing 
Establishment oi B. F, Sterett, 532 Clay Street, 
aver the San Francisco Market. The largest Post- 
ers, in Plain or 1 re turned out in 
the shortest possible space of lime. Also, Beau 
i Jul Progranunes, printed to 
iui'. the most tetidlMist Mr. SWrett keeps con- 
s'antly on hand a tine line < lored pa- 
per* of every shade, and 

ICO Of plain white 
piper. Streamers of various sizes, from IS to 42 
i ich letters, in stock, of all Gplow of paper and 
.ok. Totaife Y inviledto 

rail for estimates. This well-known triratnjp House 
was established by the {meant proprietor in 1&50 
uid has been in successful operation ever Since 
_ 3-cJ 

Clara Antonia, M. D., de Paris, Business and 
Medical Clairvoyant and Independent Trance Me- 
dium, 134J Post street, near Duuont. Correct di 
u,Tiosis and special attention to the treatment o 
diseases. Consultations in French, German and 
English. ^^^^__ 6-o 

If Yon 

Feci the need of phosphorus (nerve food), take a 

course of sea-water baths at the Sanitarium foot of 

Powell street, North Beach. Excluisve department 

and lady attendan; for ladies, Five tickets for $1, 

. ti-o 

Cuarlotte Cnshtnan 

Will not appear this season, but the disappoint- 
ment is more than repaid by the beautiful display 
of Christmas Goods at Mayers' Bazaar, corner 
Montgomery and Pine streets. h 



Medical YYonder. 

The great cure for rheumatic and other pains, 
colds, sprains, etc For sale everywhere. l 



Blankets and Flannels 

Well washed and not spoiled, at the "What Cheer 
Laundry * 



NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. 



CALIFORNIA THEATRE 

John McCoxlopgh. Proprietor and Manager 

Babiom Hill Acting Manager 

MRS. JUDAE 

Begs to announce that 
The First in two years, will take place on 

Friday Eyeuing, January 13th 

When will be presented the powerful emo- 
tional play dramatized Jrom Wilkie 
Collins' famous novel of 

The New Magdalen 

BOX SHEET NOW OPEN. j»9-td 



Pianos! Pianos! 

....WITH.... 

"Barbarism and Civilization." 



Now it is true that music does refine. 
It is the red rose on the human vine. 
But turn the idle air to murmurs eneet. 
Mark the effect upon the crowded street. 
Cares are forgot, the step elastic grows, 
The fretted current softer, smoother flows. 
And man bis fierceness or his guilt eschewd. 
The hypochondriac forgets his blues. 
Windows jump open; Biddy shades her eyes. 
The very Chinaman shows some surprise. 
The Little boy, 'tis needless to explan, 
Huns for the music with his might and main. 
If thus for good the enchantress wields herpower 
All California homes should have this dower. 

And toe Opportunity Is Now Open. 

Families of limited means invited to examine the 
Large Stock of PIANOS just arrived at 

IQ5 STOCKTON STREET, 

Every Celebrated Maker Represented 1 

In New and Used Instruments, and at Prices 
Within the reach of all, 

Lover.-, of Art Come and See 

"Barbarism and Civilization," 

Those expressive and elegant idea in the form 
of beautiiul female faces. 

S3T CHOICE CHROMOS AND PAINTINGS a 
si'.' ialty. 
All welcome — buying or not. Howard Building 
ja9-lw W. TOW.\SE\Z>. 



STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING. 



HOME BfUTTrAX INSURANCE COMPACT. 

The Annual Mer-tlng of the Stockhold- 
ers of the Home Mutual Iiiourauco Company will be 
held at the Company's office, 406 California street 
la this city, on MONDAY, January IS, 1875, for the 
election of Directors for the ensuing year. Polla 
will be open from \ o'clock until 4 P M. 

CHA.S. R. STORY, Secretary. 

San Francisco, January 7, 1S75. ja8-td 




THE HOUSEHOLD FURNISHING CO 

328 PINE STREET. SAN FRANCISCO. 

Tinned. Planished. Xavan acd. Wooden 

and Rattan Ware, Brass. Cupper. Fire-Gilt and 
Plated Good*. 

Ornamental and Artistic Household 
Articles. deS9-lm 



PERSONALS, 



W. B- ML'GFOSD, Kapa Cltj.-There is 

a Bill from "THE CHINA NEWS" tor rou at this 
office. jag 



HORTICULTURAL HALL. 

WINTER GARDEN. 

(Stockton Street, between Post and Sutter Streets. 

Saturday, January 23d. 
GREATER THAN! EVER. 

THIRD GH1.A.1SD 

COSMOPOLITAN 
PELISSES 

Bal Masque! 

Look at the Great List of 
Attractions. 

FULL BALLET CORPS 

Under tho direction of the Charming 
Dansoose, 

Miss AMY BENNETT 

WUl perform in OLD ENGLISH MORKIS 

DANUE. MAYPOLE DANCE 

PAiUSIAN LADLES' 

QUADRILLE. 

Grand Pageam Procession I 

Presenting A 

CONGRESS OF ALL RATIONS ! 

Allegorical and Bealistac, introdncing 

lilvlng Animals, 

The Buffalo of the West; the Camel of ths East 
Our Darwinian Ancestry. Grand Chariots and 
Horses. Rich Appointments, Elaborate and Mag- 
nificent Costumes, forming a noble picture of unpar- 
alleled richness and splendor. 

QUADRILLE DISLOQUE < 

(Original) 
By the Disjointed Troupe of Dancers! ! 

SCHMIDT &~SCHL0TT'S 

GRAND ORCHESTRA OF 30 PIECES, 

Six Valuable and Artistic Prizes 

Will be awarded as follows : 

TO LADIES— Tho Handsomest Costume; the 
Most Correct Historical Costume; the Most Original 
Costume. 

TO GENTLEMEN— Costume and the best sus- 
tained Original Character; the most correct Shakes- 
perian Costume and Character ; the most eccentric 
Costume and Character. 

LADIES 1 PRIZES. 

Superb Oxide Silver Casket, covered with elabo 
rate and artistic carvings in bas relief. 

Elegant Bohemian Class Toilet Set, richly colored 
and gilt, with fine enamelled medallions on each 
piece. 

Full Size Quarto Morocco Album, richly orna- 
mented and gilt. 

GEOTUBjIEBrS PRIZES. 

Monster Meerschaum Pipe of great value. 
Handsome Bronze Carred Inkstand. 
Tortoise shell Cigar Cases. 

&lf Tue Prizes will be exhibited one week before 
the Ball. 

Special TO'ot-lGG. 

The immense success of the COSMOPOLITAN 
BALS MA30.UES ha9 induced some unscrupulous 
speculator to filch, and use the title, in advertising 
some low third-class Ball The public is hereby cau- 
tioned that the only Renulne and successful COSMO- 
POLITAN BALS MASQUES have been, and will 
be given, at Horticultural Hall, under the direction 
of SAM GENESE. 

TICKETS, TWO DOLLARS. 

Double Ticket, admitting Lady and Gentleman, 
Three Dollars. ia2 




Crowded Day and Mshtly. The Enter- 
prising proprietors of the Southern Pacific Oyster 
House nave added additional neat and private 
rooms to their establishment, retaining their ever- 
pop ilar prices. These popular refreshment rooms 
are on Summer street, below Kearny, between Cal- 
ifornia and Pine. " de2-i-3rn. 



MONEY TO LOAN I 

nrojf stocks, bonds, ke.u, estate , 

LIFE IN8UBAKCE POLICIES, AND ALL 
OTHER GOOD COLLATERALS, BY 

JOHN T. LITTLE, 

dtOl-lm 405I OALtFOKSflA STREET. 



SAVE YOUR MONEY. 

For all kind or Howard and 

Waltham Watches at Manufacturers' 
Prices— Cases guaranteed 18 karat gold- go 
to F. HOFLENG Sole Agent in San Fran- 
omer Third' and Market Streets, Nucleus 
All kdads of Solid Jewelry made to order 
and for sale. Diamonds set and for sale at the low- 
est living prices Manufacturing and Repairing 
done del5-3m 



North Carson S. M. Co. 

OFFICE OF COMPANY 

Room 24. No. 419 California St, 

Location of Mine, 

Eagle Valley, on the tomstock Range, 

and about three miles from American Flat. Detail 
maps on file at the office. de2&-tf 



Dr. C. < . O'DONNEIX, Office and Resi- 
dence 8S5 Kearny, near Jackson up stairs; Gradu- 
ate Of Dartmouth College, and bite Surgeon in the 
U. 3. Army. Treats office patients for a fee of $1; 
Vtsfta. «1 »; Afedlci&M free: Obstetrical cases $15. 
fe25-ti 



DIVIDERS NOTICES. 

BANK OF TBI E 

WESTERN SAVINGS 

AN"B 

TRUST CO. 

8AS FRAN< 1S< O. JAM, 4. 18J6. 

Depositors^ Dividend-' 

The Director* oT this Corporation have 

this day declared the somi-anoual dividend, at tho 
rate of ten (10) per cent, per annum on Term De- 
posits and eight (S> per cent, on Qfrdinarj ^Deposits/ 
payable on and after Janu-uy 10tn, 1375, at the office* 
of the Bank, northeast corner of Post and Kearny 
streete. p. CLAY. 

ja5-lm Vice-President and Cashier. 

Dividend Notice. 
SECURITY SAVINGS BANK 

913 SASTSOME STEEET. 

The Board of Directors Iiave declared 

a Dividend to Depositors for the Term ending De- 
cember 31st. 1074. at the rate of Nine (9) r^r cent 
per annum on Term Deposits and Seven and one- 
naif (7i)per cent, per annum on Ordinary Deposits, 
free of Federal Tax, payable on and after January 
13tb, 1875. JOHN PARRoTT. 
Jag-lw President. 

Dividend Notice. 

THE GERMAN SAVINGS AND LOAN SOCT 

The Board of Directors hare declared 

the dividend for the current half year ending De- 
cember 31st, 1874, at the rate of nine (9) per cent. 
per annum on Term Deposits, and seven and one- 
half (71) per cent, on Ordinary Deposits, free of Fed- 
ral tax, and payable on and after January 15th. 

By Order. GEO. LETTE, 

de31-?w Secretary. 



Dividend Notice. 

SAN FRANCISCO SAVINGS UNION. NO. 53 
CALIFORNIA ST., OORNER WEBB. 

For the half year ending with Decem- 
ber 31st, 1874. a dividend bas been declared at tho 
rate of nine (9) per cent per a^*mm on Term De- 
posits, and seven and one-half |7j) per cent on Or- 
dinary Deposits, free of Federal tax, payable on 
and after January 13th, 1875. 

Per order LOVELL "yTHITE, Cashier. 
de29-lm , . , . 



PACIFIC MAIL 

STEAMSHIP CO. 

For China and Japan. 



Leave Wharf corner First and 

Brannan Streets every alternate SAT- 
URDAY, at Noon, for 

YOKOHAMA and HONG R0NG 

Cennectlng at Yokohama with Company's Brans 
Line for Shanghae via Hiogo and Nagasaki 

For New York 

VIA PANAMA. 

Steamers leave at 12 m. every alternate 'WEDNES- 
DAY, connecting via Panama Railroad with one of 
the Company's Steamers from Aspinwall to New 
York. 

for r-aLKr^a.M.A. 

Calling at all the Callforniao. Mexican and Centra 
American Porte. Steamers leave at 12 o'clock noon 
every alternate THURSDAY. 

g£T Through tickets sold to and from LIVER 
POOL, QUEENSTOWN. SOUTHAMPTON, ERR 
MEN. BREST. HAVRE, HAMBURG, STETTIN 
COPENHAGEN and NORWAY. 

Each ship carries an experienced Surgeon. Medi- 
cal attendance free. 

For Santa Barbara, San Pedro, Los 
Angelos, Araheim & San Diego. 

Steamers leave at 9 o'clock a. bt. 

For SAN BUENAVENTURA and HTTENEMK 
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SATURDAY" . JANUARY 



Amusements Etc. 



Calitoknia Theatre. -There was an 

■mmenM-Saudience present at John McCullough'* 
benefit l»t eTJmfag, and tbe play of "TMmooand 
r ythiaa" wa* performed in the most effective nun- 
mm. At the dose of the plaj Mr. McCoUoufihre- 
w the call in a * ' ''I*'* 011 ' ln 

which be announced that after f uUhlins cngace- 
suotits In Chicago. St Eouia and Cincinnati.be 
wyuld return to take a powonal *hare in the per- 
Jormancee of March and April next. To-nL,bt Mr. 
McCuIIoofih will close one of the most snecestful 
angmicementa ever played in the California Theatre, 
making his last appearance in the character of Lucius 
Junius in John Howard Paynes drama of "Bru 
am*." To - morrow inornLr^ Mr. McCullough 
wiU depart for Chicago, beating with him 
the good wishes of all who knew him. 
On Monday Mitt Bella PaUmaowill be the recipient 
off hcT ftnrt benefit at this theatre, and will appear 
to bar popular character of Mercy Merrick, In the 
play of *Tbc New Magdalen." On Wednesday 
eTening the popular favorite. Miss Jennie Lee will 
take her first benefit, when an imroeuoo bouse may 
be expected. 

Opera HOUSE/— "The Transit of Venus" 

by Billy Rice, ■•Banram's Baby Elephant" by J. K 
Kemhie. E. Linden. J. F. Oberiit, W. Arlington and 
Ben Cotton, trariesqe ballads by B. Linden. "The 
Trim. Duvca by BQly Rice, Beo Cotton and-Bflly 

Arlington. Chariey Rhoad&s in banjo solos, and the 
full force of the company in thebarlesque of •'Ham- 
let" present an entertainment which it would be 
tfiffleult to improve. Thiaspleu-udbUlwill be played 
at the matinee to-day. to-night and to-morrow night. 

Sig. Chiarini's Royal Italian Circus. 

The "tirand Fox Hunt CaTalcade" Cup3 and 
Ballsby KIkuda Kunitara, Pampa the wonderfully 
trained Ouanaca, the performances of Frank Clifton 
and Gaston on the double horizontal bar, M. A. 
Herbert in the scenic act of '•The Three Nations" 
the dashing performances of Theodoro and Belen 
Cuba on bareback eteeeV^-nd the noseless man Sig- 
nor Paraota are featnres of the entertainment, to be 
rireo this eTening and Sunday evening. Cbairini's 
circus is a very fashionable entertainment and draws 
.pie in the city. A rery attractive progrannne 
will be giten next week, which will be the last 
week of the Ohairrai season. 

Benefit to Miss Jennie Lee. —On 

Wednesday evening of next week (January 13th 
this popular actress, of the California Theatre, will 
take a benefit. The entertainment will consist of '■ 
Robertson's comedy of ■Caste", with Henry Ed- 
wards as George XYAltoy; Barton Hill as Captain 
Hawtiee; J. P. Burnett aaSamGerridgc; Marquise, 
Mrs. Sophie Edwin; Esther. Miss Bella Pateman; 
Polly EccJcs, Miss Jennie Lee. As nganddanoe 
by Miss Annie Higgs; a new song by Miss Jennie 
Lee. To conclude with the farce of "The Benicia 
Boy." by Robert Pateman and J. P- Burnett. Box 
Plan now open. The programme in full appears on 
•wr first page. 

Buckley's New Variety Theatre.— 

Billy West, the Australian comedian and song and 
dance man, made a decided hit here last night. He 
as a clever comedian and an admirable bone solo 
player. Four pieces, a first part and a variety of in" 
terlude business, constitutes the bill for to-night and 
o-morrow night. 

Woodward's Gardens. — Novelties. 

lions Joseph who fires a 603 pound cannon on his 
shoulders, has made quite a hit, and will appear 
again on Saturday and Sunday, also Miss Oceania 
in banjo soloe and dances, the variety troupe 
will also appear. 

Golden Gate Park.— Tliose who drive 

out to the new park should visit The VuTa which 
na3 jest been opened. Here they will find four 
aebbe parlors and ten private dining-rooms. Gnido 
Mangenberg, the proprietor, getsup epicurean Break- 
fasts, dinners and ET)npers at abort notice. 

The Cliff House,— Captain Foster, the 
genial host of the Cliff House, entertain* viators 
from all parta of the Globe at his famous eea-sule 
zesort. The Cliff House is THE one thing San 
Praocisoo has to boast of as different from any 
thing else in the world. Omnibuses run every day 
from the terminus of the Lone Mountain railroad. 

Notes. — J. R. Kembha, the well-deserv- 
ing stage-manager of the Opera House, will be the 
recirv.ent of a benefit on Friday evening next. Never 
in the history of minstrelsy in San Francisco have 
better programmes been presented than under the 
management of Mr. Keinble, at the Opera House. 
The interest of the public has never been allowed to 
nag, and to his efforts in properly usi as, as well as to 
■toe enterprise of Manager Maguire in engaging, the 
beet talent in the country, has been largely owing to 
the success of the Opera House. 

Mrs. Judab. the best old lady on the stage, is to 
nave her benefit at the California Theatre on Friday 
night "The New Magdalen" will be played for the 
occasion, and those who want seats had better secure 
them at once. 

The third Grand Cosmopolitan Bal Masque, which 
fs to take place, at Horticultural Hal* on January 
23d, promises to eclipse all the others. Among the 
feature* will be a full ballet corps, under the direc- 
tion of Miss Amy Bennet, a grand procession re- I 
fjreaeutinc. a Congress of All Nations, with allegori- 
cal and typical tableaux, an original grotesque quad- 
rille, and a number of valuable prizes for the hand- 
somest costumes, and beat sustained characters. 
Sam Geneae has managed the preoeeding balls ad" 
snirably. and will certainly make this one as great a 
success as, or even greater, than either of the others. 
Tickets are already in demand, and the costumiers 
are busy. 

Oeorge Giddena and Miss Sydney Cowell (Mrs. 
Giddens), two very clever young people, left this 
morning to fulfill an engagement at Piper's Opera 
House, Virginia City. From thence they will pro- 
seed East. 

James Robinson, the champion bareback rider of 
the world, and his family, have arrived in this city 
mndc -agement to John Wilson. Omar Rangsley 
Ssdu _.orman and others are already in 
aowu ready for the opening of the season which 
wul shortly take place. The ballance of the troupe 
with twenty horses and a performing Buffalo, are 
expected on Tuesday evening. 

Nazi -k, Billy Emerson, who has been resting 

I ajaaUPaaoBoblas Sprints, will make his reappear. 

ance at the Opera House in "Muldoon the Solid 

Man. 11 The first appearance of Canfield and Booker, 

baa been postponed until Wednesday, the 15th. 

Ire* and Eaaba, so popular in European cities, 

assssatJ 



The Saturday night Free and Easy at the Charing 
Cross Saloon, on Mission street, near Second, has 
regularly for years past, and always well 
attended. Messrs. Wallace, Lunn waA Barry and 
half a score of other musically inclined visitors and 
vocalist* keep tbe songs going round Bvely and make 
the ^rurdayeveuing pass pleasantly away after a 
week of toil. The house is well kept in every re- 
spect, and perfect order is maintained. If any dis- 
cordant visitors chance to stray In. these sons of 
harmony make a common* cause in ejecting tbem. 
Hoodlums give the place a wide berth. 

Mr. J. A. Heme is organizing a company of the 

best talent available, for an interior season in San 

-■•cramento, and other cities. He 

will open at San Jose, some time during the present 

week. 

Tbe 100th night of Denamore'a and Mark Twain s 
play, "The Gilded Age," at tbe Park Theatre. New 
York, was celebrated with handsome satin pro- 
grammes and bouquets. We have received from 
Mr. Raymond a copy of the niogramme, which is » 
neat Bpecimen of the printer's an. One page is 
handsomely embellished with an engraving of the 
sanguine Col. Mulberry Sellers, and it is a remark 
ably clever likeness of tbe original personater 



EASTERN DRAMATIC NEWS. 



In New York, at the Lyceum Theatre, the season 
of English Opera Bouffe, by the Emily Soldene com. 
pony, dosed with the production of Offenbach's 
latest work, "Madame L'Archiduc," which was 
played for five nights to good houses. The story 
opens with the marriage of Giletti and Marietta 
servants at an Italian country inn They are about 
to start on their bridal tour, when a troop of dra. 
goons, led by a fascinating little captain, enter in 
search of a Cou nt and Countess accused of corftpir 
ing against the state. Four eccentric oonBpirators 
have already prepared for this treasonable element 
of the piece. Giletti and Marietta by mistake are 
arrested and conveyed to the Chateau of the Count 
and Count, where they are visited by the Archduke, 
who immediately falls in love with Marietta. The 
duke prides himself about being humorously origi- 
nal, and in response to Marietta's wish to be Arch 
duke, he invests har with all the attributes of his 
sovereignity. The peasant girl, Lhus suddenly pro- 
moted, manifests her power, by dismissing the grave 
and reverend ministers and appointing the four con- 
spirators to their places, releases her imprisoned 
husband and makes him Prince consort, paying him 
a half million crowns out of the ducal treasury. 
The Archduke, however, manages to get the hus- 
band out of the way by sending him as ambassador 
to Naples, When night comes, the Archduke, dis- 
guised as a brigadier, is stationed as a Bentinel be- 
neath the window of Marietta's ohamber. Just be. 
fore dawn a startlins cry calls the patrol upon tne 
scene, and Marietta enters hurriedly in her robe de 
chambre, and denounces tbe brigadier for having in- 
vaded her private apartments. The little Captain 
orders the delinquent to instant execution, and the 
Duke, to avoid being shot on the spot, is compelled 
to acknowledge his inoofulto. Then the little Cap. 
tain makes love by moonlight to Marietta, who sug- 
ges s the propriety of his permitting her to retire. 
This tete-a-tete is disturbed by the entrance qf the 
four conspirators, now ministers, and Marietta is 
compelled to define her position, which she does in 
the song of Pasca, made famous by-Judio, in Paris. 
Finally the Duke re-enters with his court in time to 
witness the reappearance of Giletti, who has con- 
cluded not to go to Naples. The real Count and 
CountesS then opportunely enter, receive their iov- 
ereign's i pardon, and Marietta abdicates, being 
anxious to proceed on her bridal tour with Giletti. 
Upon this story Offenbach has strung many spark- 
ling melodies, and these have made " M ada m e 
L'Arcuidnc" the most brilliant, as it is the latest 
of his Parisian successes. On the 4th, Miss 
Rousby made her appearance in *Twixt Axe 
and Crown," and has. ire are informed by tele- 
graph achieved a very deaided successs 

At Union Square Theatre "The Two Orphans" has 

made a decided hit At Filth Avenue Theatre 

Miss Carlotta LeCleroq played Galatea in "Pygma- 
lion and Galatea" for one week, and was followed by 
E. L. Davenport who made his appearance in Shy- 
lock on tbe 4th At Wallack't ' 'The Shaughran" 

continued to draw good bouses At Booth's 

Theatre "Little Emily" was the holiday attraction 

At tbe Park Theatre "The Gilded Age" has 

had its run and will be followed this evening by 
Cbizzola and Grau's French Opera Bouffe.Compauy 

in "Girofio Girofla" At Niblo's tbe pantomme 

of "Jack and Gill" was produced for the holidays by 

thesJrvobert'e Company At Wood's Museum 

"After Dark" was produced on the 2Sth ult. At 

the Bowery Thaatre "Ingornar" was played on tbe 

31sa nit. The San Francisco Minstrels, Tony 

Pastor's, Bryant's Opera House and the Theatre 
Comique did not mate any material changes in their 

programmes for the holiday season At the 

Globe Theatre our old time Oalifmnian Etniopean 

comedian W T alter Bray is a favorite Fred Mac- 

cabe is drawing good audiences to Robinson's Hall 
to enjoy his entertainment entitled "BegoneTJull 
Care" Bamum's Hippodrome has a great at- 
traction in the extravaganza of "Blue Beard" pro- 
duced with new scenery and gorgeous costumes 

The Boston Courier says : Rose Eytinge will play 
Lady Macbeth before the close of tbe present sea- 
sou. We must exject to bear that Maggie Mitchell 
aud Lotta are preparing to appear in the same 
part. 

Miss Bella Pateman has already tried it. so that 
agony is over. Miss Jennie Lee says nothing shall 
induce her to attempt the role though she knows she 
could play it better than some of 'tm. 

E. L. Davenport has been playing Sir Giles Over- 
reach in New York, and the critic of the .irendion 
says of the performance, "We cannot describe tba 
effect of his Sir Giles Overreach, other than by say- 
ing it first interests by its quiet power, then startles 
by its wonderful force and intensity, and finally 
rouses to enthusiasm by its incomparable grandeur 
and majestic passion. This is no mere actor fuming 
and fretting a few brief hours away, but a man who. 
having sunk his individuality, has thrown himself so 
completely into the character he represents as to 
nave forgoten everything, his audience, his fellow- 
actors, himself —everything in the one thing that ab- 
sorbs all— his part. If all the old school were of 
such, we marvel not that our fathers think the stage 
haa deteriorated." 

The Cturur aaji: It is almost tweniy-flve years 
since "Don Giovanni" was first prouced in Bocton- 
The original Zerlina on that occasion was Signora 
Bertacca, now Madame Maretzek, the fine harp- 
player of the Strakoscb opera troupe. 

Miss Olive Logan commences an engagement at 
the National Theatre, Washington. Jan. 11th. 

John B. Rice, member of Congress from the First 
District of Illinois, died 17th nit, in Norfolk, Vsv, 
aged sixty-five. He was formerly an actor, and be- 
came a theatre manager in Chicago from 1349 to 
1S57. when be retired with a handsome fortune, made 
both by his theatre and by real estate investments. 
In 1S65 he was elected Mayor of Chicago, and again 
in 1S67. Subsequently he waselected to Congress, in 
which be continued to the time of his death. 

Theatrical business needs pushing in New York, 
judging from the following : Tbe Managersof Booth's 
and the Union-square offer (100,000 worth of tickets 
of admission to either boose to the Police Commis- 
sioners for distribntion through the captains of the 
half of the proceeds of the sale ci tickets to 



. to the Police life Insurance Fund, and the re- 
mainder to the managers of the theatres named. 
F. S. Chanfrau, Galveston, January 4th. 
Mrs. D. P, Bowers opened at the Varieties, New 
-istult,. and will travel with the stock of 
thut theatre for six weeks. 

A member of the Warm Spring Indian Troupe 

was robbed while drank, of bia coat,- cap and two 

money, at 44 Baxter street, recently. He 

charged William Mitebell, a colored man, 

theft, who was acquitted through iuBunicient proof. 

It is rumored that Max Strakoscb is going to marry 

tbe i.Laruiing vocalist. Miss Cary. Upon this tbe 

Cincinnati . marks thatif tbey do marry 

there will be music in the heir, and the Rochester 

. remark strikes the popular chord, 

that will greatly help on the music of the 

union. 

"Davy Crockett" has been played over 400 times by 
Frank Mayo. He ought to be tired. 

Max Strakoscb inaugurated the new Academy of 
Music Baltimore, on January 7th, with Mile. Albani 
in opera. 

Miss Laura Phillips, late of the Boston Museum, 
has b?eu engaged in tbe dramatic company at Booth's 
.Tneatre. . 

Mr. John T. Raymond plays in Hartford, Conn- 
on January 11th and 12th; Brooklyn. 13th; Ford's, 
Washington, February Ut. 

The Aimee French opera bouffe company opened 
at the Globe Theatre, Boston, on the 4th, 

Fechter opened in Richmond, January 4th; be is 
billed for Baltimore, Satk 

Mr. Lewis Morrison oflened in Pittsburg with Mr 
John S. Clark on the Hath ult. 

We are always glad when a sensible and judicious 
word is written of the Theatre. So much has been 
said and written of Lite of tbe evil tendency of the- 
atres and their demjralizing influences, thatit affords 
some relief to read the address of Rev. C. W. Buck, 
at the opening of a new theatre in Portland, Maine. 
He said :— "The Theatre will undoubtedly continue 
to exist and offer its attractions to the public; but 
its patrons shall determine the character of its at- 
tractions and its influence for good or eviL If you 
discountenance and reprobate it as an evil thing it 
alinks away to a side street, makes successful ap- 
peals to tbe more depraved classes of society, adapts 
itself to their tastes, and becomes a source of cor- 
ruption to taint the whole community. Rather since 
it cannot be banished, and since it is not in itself an 
evil, let it be accepted, improved and purified." 
Further on he said : "The bowling saloon admitted 
to good society drops its barroom manners, the bil- 
liard room is undergoing a like process of redemp- 
tion, and the theatre, in order that it may not be a 
source of social degradation, must receive from what 
may be called tbe missionary class of society a can- 
did recognition according to its own deserts." In 
conclusion he said, "The favored province of imag- 
ination is the drama, which offers to our acquaint- 
ance some of the most exalted utterances of the hu- 
man soul, bo that people sometimes even search the 
Scripture to find inspired sayings from ges of 

a play. The drama may easily become, therefore, 
co-worker with the pulpit; and with thiB signal ad- 
vantage, tnflt it does not lull tbe bearer to oblivious 
repose, it seizes his attention and ministers at once 
to his profits and his pleasure. Is it not an object 
fitted to enlist the interests of all well-minded per- 
sons, so to purify this potent influence so that it 
shall attaint© it* highest uses? The drama cannot 
be extirpated. When you have spent the strength 
of your opposition Shakespeare at least will remain. 
It cannot be extirpated ; cultivate it, therefore— 
bring it forward to its place. Deriving Its origin 
from ceremonies of worship, existing in its early 
stages as a religious festival, starting on its career 
from tbe ancient church and convent, the drama ful- 
fils its normal destiny when it takes rank with other 
moral agencies, and supported by an enlightened 
and generous public, becomes tributary to a free and 
pure civilfzation." 

They appreciate fine art in PbiladelplM. A cor- 
respondent of the -41/ X*iijf Cittl itcia writes asfoL 

Permlt me, as a friend of Mr. Charles McManus. 
to thank you for your kind metion of his masterly 
performance of Pilis. Jn the burlesque of "Puss in 
Boots" at the Museum. We all think it one o: tbe 
inert things he has done. When I tell you that 
for three week? he studied 'the plaintive 
wail" and was hall the nijbt listening to the sere- 
nades of the neighboring Ibomas cats on tbe roofs, 
you will not be surprised at the perfection Mr. Mc- 
Manus has reached. Again, sir, in the name of the 
Museum Company, I thank you. 

It is by such earnest application to business as this 
that tbe actor attains perfection in his art There 
are no "small things" in dramatic art. One of the 
most thrilling thlng3 we ever heard was tbe reading 
of tbe part of the first wolf in tbe play of "Davy 
Crockett" by Bob Eberle, of the California Theatre, 
It has never been equalled on any stage. 



OPERA HOUSE. 

THOMAS MAGUIRE SOLE PKOPBIETOH 

J. P.. KKMBLE STAGE MANAGER 

SATURDAY AND SUNDAY EVENINGS JANUARY 9 and 10 

PART FIKST— Grand Vocal and Instrumental Concert. 



IXTEODUCTOKY OVERTURE 

BALLAD— BUNNY DAYS WILL OOME 
COMIC SONG-RIDING IN A SLEIGH., 

BALLAD-BELLE BRANDON 

COMIC SONG— YANKEE LASSES 

BALLAD-LBT ALL OBEY' 



. . .EMERS0N1ASS 
..£..}. M. DAYIS 

.W. ARLLNGTOK 
l.tb W. HARLET 

BEN COTTON 

..J. G. RUSSELL 



Descriptive Finale THK FRKhHMAN'S CLASS 

TERMINATING WITH 
HISS JENNIE SHEB9I A.Vg Classical Kcprtsentallon of Oil- GODDESS OF LIBERTY 

"^AlTT^EtJONfl— G7anTEOn^plnn~iaTn7vItr" 

THE TRAKTSIT OP VENUS. 

PROF. BiLLY RICE, 

BARNUM'S BABY ELEPHANT 

OLD MR. FOOZLE An Animal Tamer J. B. ITKaTRT/B 

KITTLE His iJaughtei E. LINDEN 

BABNTJM J. F. OEEKJST 

JAKE.l Two Ba , *Q„ f W. ARLINGTON 

PETE, J-- 1 * *" JSoyB---- \ BEN COTTON 

THEThlREEWVES 

BILLY RICE BEN COTTON and W. ARLINGTON. 

The whole to conclude with the Laughable Burlesque, entitled 

s ^ mm x. as 

Prince of Oakland- 

KING CLAUDIOUS King of Oaklfuui ....J. 



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LAERTES BILLY RICE 

POLONIUS J. LITCHFIELD 

MARCELLUS J. RICHARDS 

SECOND PLAYER G. W. HAP.LEY 

GRAVEDIGQBR G. JAMES 

OPHELIA W. ARLINGTON 

HAMLET REN COTTON 



R. KEMELE 

F. CBERIST 

M. DAYIS 

SHERWOOD 



HORATIO J. 

BERNARDO J 

FIRST PLAYER D. J. 

PLAYER QUEEN MISS SHERMAN 

GHOST O. RHOADEB 

QUEEN GERTRUDE E. LINDEN 

Soldiers, Lords, Conrttexs, Etc., b; tbe Company. 



WEDNESDAY, Jan. 13, First Appearance of the World-renowned SONG and DANCE MEN, 

OATNTIT'I^SIL.ID cfe BOOKER 



PIPER'S OPERA H3USE. 

TIKtLMA CITY, KETADA. 

JOHN PIPER Peopbietor 



Tills Elcaant Theatre can T»e Bested by 

the night or week! Stars and traveling companies 
liberally treated with on application to 

john piper, 

Manager and Proprietor, 
Or to J. 11. HcCAKE;, 

ju2S-tf 332 Bush, street, San Francisco. 



METROPOLITAN THEATRE 

■AOEAUWTO, - jm ill 

TO RENT, 

By the Nleht, WecK, or Month, from 

Nov. 1st. For terms apply at the Theatre, or by 
letter to W. K. MORROW, Proprietor, Sacramento. 
N B.— I have no authorized Agent anywhere. 
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ORO FINO THEATRE, 

POttTL.aND, Oregon. 

....AND... 

THEATRE HuYAL, Tictoria. 

Lessee and Manageresa, 

MISS FANNY MORGAN PBELPSJ 



The aljore Theatres are now open foi 

the Fall and Winter Season with a full Draxnati< 
Company. Stars having two or more week3 timi 
can apply ac above, or to J. II. Met'ABE, 331 
Buah street, San Francisco. se4-ti 



PACIFIC COAST DRAMATIC NEWS. 

» 

YiR'.inia City.— Frost Parlor Novelties consist- 
ing of Professor Everett, MUe. de Granville and 
others, have been performing at Piper's Opera House 
during the week. Little Nell, the California Dia- 
mond, is billed to appear shortly. 

Gkass Yaixev.— Mile. De Granville, the Lady 
with the Iron Jaw, Everett the Illusionist, and 
Mochollo in the Box and Basket mystery, perform 
here on Monday tbe 11th. 

San Jose.— On Thursday evening a compliment- 
ary benefit tendered to Charies Vivian at the Opera 
House, came off " Milky "White " " The Two Old 
Maids" and Mr. and Mrs. Mouser, formed the bill. 

Watson vtixe.— Vivian Pacific CoiOL-dy Com- 
pany performed here on Monday and Tuesday. Viv- 
an's sketches and a couple of pie res were played. 

Salinas.— The Vivian Combination played here 
last night. 

Plackb vi lle.— The Wheeler Comedy Troupe per- 
formed here on the Gth. 

Carson.— Miss Zoe Gayt«n. with Piper's Opera 
House Company, opened at Carson, on tbe 4tb. for 
four nights. 

Victoria .—Fanny Morgan Phelps has been play- 
,ng here daring the holidays. The pantomime of 
■'The Babes in the Wood" drew the lartest audience 
ever in th« Theatre Eoyal. on Boxing Night. 



OPERA HOUSE, 

SAN JOSK, CALA. 



This Beautiful and Newly BenovjUeil 

Theatre is to be let by the Night, Week, or Month, 
at reasonable terms. 
ap2*-tf G. BEOHASKA, Proprietor. 



MOZART 

STOCKTON, 



HALL, 

CAL. 



To Let T>y tbe Njcht or TVeelt, for Dra- 
matic Performances. Concerts, Lectures, etc., at rea- 
sonable rates. Address J. A. Woodman, Proprietor 
and Lessee. Stocktoa. For particulars enquire of 
W. D. Lewis, 5UG Commercial street, San Fran- 
cisco. N. B. Music furnished on all occasiona. 
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MRS. SCOTT'S 

VARIETIES. 

Fun, Pleasure. Tariety and 
Beauty. 

NO 



PACIFIC HALL, 

CALIFORNIA THEATHE BUILDING 
SAW FBA&CISCO. 

This Fine Hull can lie Rented for On 

ma tie Performances, Operas, Coucurts, Balk, Le« 
tares. Benefits, etc,, by the Night or week, on re« 
souable terms. Pacific Hall Las just been elegant 
refitted, frescoed and supplii (i with a New Stage an 
Scenery, and. wiU accommodate 1,500 persona wii 
every seat in full vle.» of the stage. For terms s> 
vly at the Hall, to . -- _ ss mp 

oo22 jm Th08. M. Blair. 



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CHEYENNE OPERA HOUSE 
CnEVEftnE, WYOMING TERRITORY. 

This Popnlar Theatre Has Been Reeen 

ly Befitted and Decoratedr First-claas Drama 
Companies- or Dramatic Store coming East will 
treated liberally upon application either by telegra 
or in person. Addrctis all comniiuiications to 
JAMES McDANIEL. 

Proprietor, I 
Lock Box No. 1, Cheyenne. Wyo. Ter. 



McDANIEL-'S THEATRE 

CKEUKNS, WYOMING TERRITORY. 

Open the Year Round With a First- £U 

Variety Company. Variety Arists coining East* 
at all times secure First-Claas engagements. M 
be artists of acknowledged ability and haves' 
wardrobe. No others need apply. Address 

— JAMKS McDANIEL, 

Lock Box No I, Cheyenne, Wyo. Ter. J* 



Do Not sutler from Corns. 

The unfortunate sufferers from Corns, Bunions 
club and Ingrowing Nails, cah find instant relief 
by applying *t Dr. B. H. Cowan i Institute, re- 
moved to £12 Kearny street, from 1 to Q p. a. We 
tpeak from experience, having tested the Doctor's 
capability, ^rbefer ence given if r equired. H 

The Winter Style*. 

All tbe latest Winter styles of hat hare been re- 
teived and are now on view at "The" Hat Store, 
W7 Washington street. The variety is very large, 
and the prices charged at this weU-known estab- 
lishment are very reasonable. E 

The Antelope Oyster House. 

Our specialty, always the best oysters in market 
served up in the best style of cooking;. Our 
Eastern transplanted oysters excel any other In 
market Established in 1864. No. 612 Market 

near Montgomery. * 

The Mason & Hamlin Organs are acknowledged 
o be tbe most powerful, at the same time giving 
orth the sweetest tone of any other. Eohler, 
abase « Co., 633 Clay fcUreet. o 



lathis Pleasant Kesort 

ONE CAN 

Pass an Evening 

MOST DEUGHTFULLY. 

Here the Kindest Attention is Tendered 

to Both Strangers and Residents* 

The Proprietor having catered to tbe wants of the 

FUN-LOVING PUBLIC! 
Both Here and in Virginia City 

HAS ATTAINED A 
Popularity I n«qalled OH Tllli COAST ! 

THE PRETTIEST - OF TALENT 1 

....ASD.... 

TBE FLNXST OF EVERYTHING 

....AT... 

MRS.- SCOTT'd VARIETIES, 

...coiunEB.... 

Sacramento a* d Kearny Sts. 



Beth Male and Female Tale: 

Will do well by communicating with ne, 

ON THEIR WAY EAST 0E WE! I 

AS WE WANT GOOD AKTISTS, 
To Wbom Good Salaries WJ11 be Pa ' 

Address II. B. lOXKEO A CO., 

Theatre Comique, 
327 Eranston, W. 



THOS. W. BKEE & CO., 

Brass Founders and Finished 

BEER FAUCETS a Specialty. 

nAMFAlTl ItEKS 

AUD BBPAIBEE.S O! _^T 

DRUMS, BANJOS, AND®? 
Cold and Silver Plate i. 

SPOOKS and FORKS made as Good as Kf 

loHsona Riven on the Banjo nnd I>i ■ 

M2 Miaston street, between First and Second. 

N. B.— Fine-toned Silver Solo Banjos for P » 
siOQ&la always on hand. Jal i^ 



T. B. Bom.' 
BOSS 



WM. ABIJXOl . 

ARLINGTON, 



Exchange Board! ngandSale 

Stable. 152 Tehama, off Third Street, 
Csreof Boarding and Sale Horses ij 
Specialty. Sale Horses always onr 
hand. Breaking and Handling Ooita, 
et« , with care. . 

KB, Obppingo(Hora»donewith 
care, and 6aaSitch with the Enallah 
P-rothers' Patent Macbir^whiciare^ndon 
e.eribodj. Prion, BIS UOIAA&S._^,_ sv I 





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No. 25 Third St., 



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PALACE UF FASHION, 

A. MORRIS, 

Merchant Tailor, 





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CUSTOM-MADE GOODS' 






My Prices Defy Competition. 

WMOh iniinii luiu-iiii... 

Bwlaovi Suite $30 

4 X Hrarrr lire's Soils 55 

Melton OTprroatP. 16 

Caaslniero 1'anls 7 

Blmrk Bearer Pants 10 

Tel»et Vwtfc. 9 



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mi i:n wmtriH 
ll HAi Ki IN 
num Iri.nticr, during thoropard war tutwacii Fraiiee an.: 




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MR. AND MRS. PETER WI ITE 



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No. 17 Sec andStre et. 

Oppo.Ur Grand Rotel. 



-MirTR 

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K'llIKKT I'ATI'.JIAN 

N' I i . 

MISS <'\ritn 

miss r.i.i 



WEDNESDAY, JARI till' 13, 



BENEFIT Of MI8S JBNRIE LED. 

Wben will be presented ROBE] vtitecemful c-.mcdv, 

And the Screaming Faroe ol THH BEN1C1A BOY. 



TUIIIMILI, JIM.ltl 141b, 

MULDEW-FABBRI MEMOhiaL ENTERTAINMENT. 

. FRIDAY, JANUARY l.-.lli. 

BENEFIT OF IVEIFlfi.. TTJIDja.13:. 

TBB i\TE\7«7- sid.or>a.riX)Ki i 



MONDAY, January 18th, First Appearance in California of the Great Emotional Aetresa 

Mbb OLABA H0BBIS as f*:ianllte. fl 



WMLMOtt'm 

Palace Amphitheatre. 

i ■ 

Lost Week or 

O XX X ' V. M IlWl'o 

ROYiLJTALIANJIRCUS 

HoL. rur.in.it ..I. l.mr.Tu. 
Bl'alKI HI 

unrat 

PROGHAMMB FOR THI8 EVEKING. 

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I II liillll.ll.ll i.i.i.,.1 tuulllnii trl.M-r 1Umt» 

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*,l «t nn Ihr Ureal tii.lrnlln. Hl.-rpli-rli..rr 

I HUM I I. Ilir I iil.nn rrr.llttluiiliir I'ntii, In aria 

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: im imiiii'inii rumiuM; ludimr. 

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INI ! 

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IIRI HE8TRA. 

la IIOI III.i: IIURI/IIM 11, llllt 

m-Ks. I III ION mill Ll.Trll 

II KHIIHOIt Milt I OV Till- ihnniiicliliinl 1 nll- 
Inriiliui Home, imribiisi'il In Muiinr IIIIIUIM 
fi-uni III,- i, i-ll-kiiiiii n la.liliin Mulilr. |iri-i Inua 
In his ill im: inn- ml hi. Ln*l Tnnr. Inn mini , .1 l.» 

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I I III. in litr I in linlli'il l.i, in-. Ii Ian lit ,,u 
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I .-. Tilt AMI Itlll l.li.iiiiilliii; I in I of i;,,,illll>. 
rinni Ki slkll CIIIIKII III mill HOY 

14 I'lilMi; AND III KB, lb.- Iiiii hlultlt Iruloxd 
lln.. i. lull nilii. ril h, Manor I;. (Hl.tRIM 

15 GRAND I'ltlMIIMI, F.QIi:sTRIt\ ACT. ItT lire 
Tiihllr's I'nviirlli', lln- liiiloiiillnlili- lliililll SK. 
BISTIAN. 

ii, sii.Miu FARA.MI, The it..n.i.„ IStiiiilenrriiit. 

II, TRt IllltSII |\ HDSl.l'Ol iMllliit lliinll. 

All oil Finn- lliirrlilirk INlllliss 

Mil slir TOM 111 MIX 

NOTICE. SMOKING STRICTXY PROHIBITED 

ArrKRN-ooK Matimees erery W.iiNKSDAr and SaturdaV 

\ .inn' iv.ii to tbu MatineeB. SO centi. cliildrcii, Half.Prloav 
Doors open at 1 o'clock. Performance to commence at 3. 

WC-DNESOAY AND SATURDAY*. 

I_nr-t /.iicruDon Mnliuiji-K 



HEALO'Sl Bgess 

24 Postst., San Francisco 



The Uirsrtc and BninulifM Collcer 

*■*•'>« lu«r»rta*l«i %n <,u»Illl<xl for l.u<! 

••-* Ami coaIiI.-I U) an laauttfe »ltiiAlIonA at ohoo. 

ui.t Kjliool beforo at- 

*wfcwrf T*r In form, itti.li c»Jl at the 

MA^^gMCsstmA or aUix. ^ i;. p. Ilcald. 

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"THE VILLA," 

At the N.w 

GOLDEX GATE PARK, 

Ta« Ba.M<D« b»«1nfE jnit b«o compJeUfl, Ii 

sru?-aS«M.£, a "h'r : '" - T ' , • ""••'••'•■ 

JFour Public Parlors, 

— AKD— 

Ten Private Dining Itooms, 

1k« Wbolt btmc built p 9 t tilinA public UoUl 
but u h la naniocl . 

An Elegant Villa. 

CUIDO MANCENBERC. 

PaOPBlKTOB. fJ,.lo 




PROGRAMMES, 

And ill kind, of Printing for 

8 hows, Lectures, 

Concerts, Theatres, 

Excursions, Ac. 

AT LOW BATHS, BI 

B. F. STERETT, 

532 CLAY STREET. 



Attention, Good Livers! 

P. B. BERQES ft CO., 
MINERS' RESTAURANT, 

■r. Bencofl, fWrmerly 9f* 

ftiator *rf U>« aHuira - A^-nUuraAt, hM 

■tfcaa the iiuuiAgciiirtit of both the 

Miner*' Realauriuit on Commerdai 

' ♦•rt and Um Miuisra' IlranoboulUr. 

If^lli^t^i. " Kiltot Wtnmmlmtm ail -the d«U 

«MR»of the ssftaoo; Our Motto to ''Oood Paw 

■> MM I fti ii. hit, ,pd Modcrato) UbMpT' ' 

.-WMn arom 5 a, m. to 10 i\ M . ^ aoSl-tf 



MSUf 

ail «B40i»<to«uKaeui sud :•• Market 
_SfcJS«t. Opofryy 1i,m, to Up. am. 



ANTISELL 
PIANO CO. 

Capital Stock, $500,000 



If You Mnnt n rtnno, Rny nt Ilend. 

Dn'tbe fo<ilc<l into Inlying advcrtitHMl 
t t:i.;U. Buy an ANTIHELL PIANO- 
. and yo ii have the best Fiiuju made, and 
■ 'iiir leatLing a.i-tist9 and rjiu> 
•loiartB tlir(iiic)n..nil California. We s«U at nirmuftio 
: rices, and liaviiiK a large capital and butii- 
ut«a are enabled to ondenel] agents who ore only 
■ i -n to pay liir-'ti prices tocover 

i <aa credits, and UHually make the enornioiiB 
proiita of from <100 to ^500. To be forewarned 19 to 
D* forearniod. We have juat received from our fac- 
tory a fine asKoiiuieDt that we offer at a naiall ad- 
Wtce, either for cash or inRtalmente, instead of 
routing. They ore overstrung baas Agraffes. Franco 
action, etc., possessing every improvement recog- 
nized by people of cultivated musical taste, ami the 
grand remUt U that for power, sweetness, brilliancy, 
and tanging quality of tone, evenness throughout thn 
entire scale, delicacy and elasticity of touch, strength. 
durability, beauty and tinisb, the AUTISELL P(- 
ANDBtanda tuieqitslled. 

N. B.— We sold our miscellaneous stock at auction, 
wblob COItallted of Ntdmvay & Son, Oliickerlng, and 
Decker Brothers, as it don't pay to keep those niakec, 
wo tiud the deruaud ao limited. 

T. M. ANTISELL & Co. 

REMOTE!) TO 

640 Washington Street. 

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ROIRIIIG OCEMI* SURGING BREAKERS 
FOAMING SURF, MONSTER SEA LIONS 

Appetizing Breakfasts, Lnnelies, 
Dinners aad Suppers. 

BRING YOUR WIVBI 

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And .njor * ▼!.. of tb. flneit OOBAN P AHO- 

KAMA IN THE WORLD. .11 in iiAht of, 

tb. .orld-raown.d. 

Gr-oldeii Grate. 

With . float of wbrM.irlnsoa' mwdmii ontorbu 
from .r.17 part of tb. oomm.reUl world. 

l#r-N.. Udi Btuaa., ooooMtioc with Btroot 
Oar. at Lou. Mountain or«7 U alnnUM horaofUI 
for th. Oliff Bona*. |,l-tt 



SAN FRANCISCO BATHS 

ABD 

Hairdressing Establishment. 

€3« Wa*hlnrtAR alrrei 

below Koaruy. f RIUE8 KI , 
DUUKD: Batba. 25 oanla. 8lia>- 
liur. 116 oaota. Hair outtinf, 35 
cent., Bbaniiwoins, 26 cent.. 
Madloatod Hatha. aa3-tf JOHN OHUCF 



trtt 
LEAVY BRO. & CO'S. 

Own Brand of Imported 

Consolidated Virginia 
CIGARS ! 

REINA VICTORIAS. 

WHOLESALE IlEPAKTMEHI, . M ; 

COO Montgomery St. 

RETAEU 

Cor, of Itnsli anil Bvi-arn.i , -Laurel Palace. 

ja'2-3in 

OF 

Daily Evening Post 

HAS REMOVED TO 

Northeast Corner 
SACRAMENTO & MONTGOMERY. 



To the Unfortunate. 

Dr. Gibbon's Dispensary, 

I¥o. G23 Kearny Street, Corner of 

Commercial, San iYanciisco. Entrance on 
OomiuiirciaJ. Katabliuhed ia 1654. for the 
treatment and cure of all diseases of the uri- 
nary and generative organs, and all physi- 
cal conditions or Weakness consequent 
upon the errors or ignorance of the sevee. 81tin dis- 
ease (of years' standing) and rheumatism, success- 
fully treated. The sick and the afflicted should not 
fail to call upon him. The Doctor has traveled ex- 
tensively in Europe-, and inspected thoroughly the 
vninouri hospitals there, obtaining a great deal of 
valuable information, which he is competent to 
impart to those in need of his eervices. Br. Uibbon 
will make no charj/e unices he effects a cure. 

Address DR. J. F. GIBBON, Box 1957, San 
Francisco. no25-tf 



.Sao Homes. 

200 Men Wonted to Buy Lots In the 

ANTISELL TRACT .BERKELEY 

$20 down, balance $10 per month. $200 each. 
Auction Price. Cheapest ever offered 

Apply at 

ANTISELL PIANO ROOMS 

040 Washington Street, del2-tf 



DR. FERDENANDERZ, 

Ho Celebrated for faia nnceesa In the 

treatment of all diseases of men and women has 
his otDoo at 

215 Kearny Street, bet. Buab ck Sutter. 



GrALlO.'A. CASE, 

DSUXTTIO T» 
. II* MoBtaHMaerr Street, 

Opp. lack Boom. 



IP ^LTSI-V lVE-eVIia- CJ-fltsISr 

JOHN BOLLMAN 

Csiui, anil Ones, Hell. In spite of a lesion 

of long-tailed Uelcgi.ials and their white friends, 
PURE HAVANA OlOAkM KUlt FIVE UENTS 
APU5CE. or THIRTY DOLLARS PER THOUS- 
AND. Tboy ore called 

IjOS Brilliantes. 

And, judging by the daily increasing demand for' 
them, they will in time outsell any other brands of 
cigars. Competition, of course, will do all it can to 
retard and stop their Bale, and therefore we would 
earnestly request the generous public to see for itself 
and first give them a fair trial, ere condemning 
them. A meritorious article may he cheap as well,' 
and our maxim has been and always will he, to sell 
a flrst-rate article at the lowest price possible. 
Those cigars as well as our celebrated Russian 
ClGAJRrros are sold In all the principal cigar stores 
in this city and adjoining towns, or thefactoiy, 4)l!> 
WASHINGTON STREET. CORNER BATTERY. 




Finest Singing Room in the Ci?| 

....AT THE.... 

ASSEMBLY ROOM 

IFVr©© and Easy, 

NO. 23 CEARY STREET, 

Bet. Kearny and D)lliont, 

FREE i\ND EKSYJEVERY NIGHT. 

This fine and commodious Room lias just W*2t* 
built, ex].resp[y for the Free and Easy going pnhUtx. 
It is nearly sL\ty feet Ion* by 23 wide, with ar-nte 
vated roof and the best of ventilation. 

Tbe Proprietors of this Elegaut Saloon have siorott 
no expense in Building and Decorating, and luii'eby 
strict attention to business to gain the jniblic isTor. 
They keep tbu very best oi WINES, LIOUURS jumI 
CIGARS, andalaoagoodnoME-COOKEBLUNOH 
hot every night. 

AST FREE and EASY every evening. y» 



ROCKAWAY OYSTER HOl'S^ 

1001 Market Street, Rear Junction fit 
Market and Powell. 

•Tnoicest OyHters. CIh»i>h n«<l /S ^> 

Steaks served to order at all hours, (s ^ 
S1IPPERS for Parties and Families V- 
promptly supplied. Tbe patronage of X 
our friends and the public iri respect- 
fully solicited. HEN UY LANGE. 

* ED. KREHMKE, 

oc30-tf Proprietors. 



The Celebrated Pan Roast 

Either California or Eastern Oysters 
Cooked to Order at 

SOLOMON TESMORLTS 

Stalls, 57, C8 and SO California Market. 
{Entrance on Pine street,) 



Look for above trade mark, when you buy and be- 
ware of imitations. 

N. B. For a smoker, as a holiday gift, you could 
bardl y select anything more suitable and acceptable 
than our Cigars and Russian Ciuajiitob, especi- 
ally our La Mohoovitas manufactured of Turkish 
tobacco worth $5 per pound The finest Cigaritos In 
Market, sold at the factory for $20 per thousand, dt 



LANGLEY'S 

SAN FRANCISCO DIRECTORY, 

1875. 

Established, 1857. 

The Canvnus for the Above Reliable 

work will be completed In a few days, and the print- 
ing thereof secured without delay. The undersigned 
will esteem ft a favor to be notified of any changes 
of firms, removals, new arrivals in this city, or any 
other additions or alterations from this date. ' 
HENRY G. LANGLEY, Proprietor. 
012 Clay street, between Montgomery and Kearny, 
.UW-2W V V Stairs. 



J. O. COMBES, 

TERRAPIN r-UWCOHU 

Terrapin Constantly on Hand 

Oysters in every style. PRIVATE 
SUPPER ROOMS FOR PARTIES. 



MORAGHAN* LYNCH* 

DEALERS IN 

Oysters, Clnni* and all kinds 

of Shell Fish, Stall 6» California Mar- 
ket, San Francisco. Open Day and 
Night. Families, Public and PriraU 
Parties, Hotels, Shipping and Restau- 
rants supplied. 



GEORGE MATES, 

Dealer lu'Oysters, t'lnni*. anil 

all kinds of SHELL FISH. Stalls Nos. 
40. 4 1, 42, California Market, entrance 
on California, street. 

Public or private parties and families supfJOkt 
from 6 a. m. to IS p m. Ladles' and GsnUanjBBT 
Oyster Rooms open from 6 A. K. to 12 p. hi . dsm 



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MINNIE WILLIAMS. 

TIM Mother •TMlMle WIUIiaun»*h 

in inf ormation concerning osr child by calUnc ** 
* "Fiuajio" (rialoc ixitweeo 9 aotl 1 la * M. aott 



DF-XG-A^O 



TT-_ ORGAN OF AMUSEMENTS. 



Published Erery Day in the Year, »y 

O". - r ». BOGA.RDtJ». 

AT 

32 Mercrhant and 537 Washington Si* 

' ^.ntcom ery", San rYand * - 

— ■I M l ■■ — 



DAT.. 



...JANUARY n 



rnm%c at T. L. JoUnV Death. 

The autopsy Uken. by the Coroner yes- 
terday of the body of Mr. T. L. Johns, so 
long our associate in this journal revealed 
the presence of cancer in the stomach. It 
trap this terrible insidious disea.se, instead 
of dyKpepsia that caused the acute pain he 
suffered, and to find relief from which he 
had been in the habit of taking morphine. 
The funeral obsequies will take place to- 
morrow at 2 pm. from Pacific Hall, Call 
fornia Thaatre buildi ng. 



Tlie nomrn or Shalupeare. 

Weiss, fa his lecture on the "Women of 
. ;are," delivered in New York, said: 
"Before the gymnasium and the health- 
lift wvre invented at the peevish persuasion 
of dyspeptics and invalids, who die by in- 
ches of fried food, fricassees of hig-h-school 
programmes and ragouts of French novels, 
Shakspeare's women earned their health on 
horseback, in the broad English fields. 
They saw the sun rise, and could not afford 
to outflare the setting crescent with gas- 
light streaming from overheated rooms 
They drank small-bear for breakfast, and 
knew the taste of herrings. Not one of 
Shakapeare's women uttered a line inspired 
by hysteria- Their bodies matured like 
nature, and became capable of entertaining 
the great passion with its own honest ar- 
dors." 

■» 

Sad. 

Katy Pease was beaten on Saturday on 
the Oakland Track in single dash of three. 
quarters of a mile by Chinaman, in 1 min- 
ute 15.J seconds; the fastest time on record 
by a half second. Katie's backers lost 
much money on the race, but they don't 
mind that so much as the humiliation of 
faavingtheir full-blooded favorite beaten by 
a Chinaman — that's what troubles them. 



Do the inhabitants of the planet Venus 
know that they hare had a transit? is the 
question. 

A Nebraska stump Hpeaker closed a po- 
litical assertion with, "It's just as sure as 
that Romeo founded Rome !" 

At the "Vienna Opera House a finale is a 
finality and a fine awaits the artist who is 

cajoled into a repetition. 

■*■ 

Managers 

Oi Amusements, Excursions, Lectures, and 
Concerts, are directed to the splendid Printing 
Establishment of B. F, Sterett, 532 Clay Street, 
over the San Francisco Market. The largest Post- 
ers, in Plain or Fancy Colors, are turned out in 
the shortest possible space of time. Also, Beau 
ttful Programmes, Tickets, etc, etc, printed to 
suit the most fastidious. Mr. Sterett keeps con- 
s'antly on hand a fine line of bright colored pa- 
lmers oi every shade, and the prices charged for 
t^EC are very little m advance of plain white 
Streamers of TariouB sizes, from 18 to 42 
tiers, in stock, of all colors of paper and 
ink. Theatre Managers are especially invited to 
call Icr estimates. This well- known Printing House 
was er.-.'iUsbed by the present proprietor in 1S50 
_ been unsuccessful operation ever sinca 
_*_ ^ 

I^nr:.hartlt*s 640 TTashlngton street. 

. rjf.boota made to order for$S; bos toed 
gaiters made to order for Sfl; oxford Ue shoes made 
l tor S6; boys' boots made to order for $$; 
■ad -r.t assortment of boots and shoes, all ef 
irkhirdt's own make, at equally loir sales, at MO 
VT.ifchington street. m 

Clara Antonia, M. I)., de Paris, Business and 
Medical Clairvoyant and Independent Trance Me- 
dium, 1S-1J Post street, near Dupont- Correct di 
agnosia and special attention to the treatment o 
diseases. Consultations in French, German and 
English. 6-0 

■r von ' 

Feel the need of phosphorus (nerve food), take a 
course of k^-wjUt baths at the Sanitarium foot of 
Powell Street, North Beach. Excluisre department 
and lady attendant for ladies, Five tickets for $1, 

t tK 

FhotozrapMc. 

Edomir*. ii. Cobrr &>i Kearney a+reet, produce 
Pastel r-.ntircs which are superior to either Oil 
or Water Colors. Enlargements m all styles, gen- 
eral photographic work guaranteed. 9-bh 

For the Holidays. 

A splendid assort merit of fin? Watches, Jewelry, 
Silverware, etc., at very low prices, at H. A. CV>1- 
ltntkr's, N. W. comer Mission and Second sweets. 
Erery article warranted. t 



The original "Swain's Eakary** is now established 
in their magnificent new place at 213 SuUeretreet 
near Centre Market, and has added a lunch room 
and ice cream saloon. This is their only place of 
business. 

Something Elegant, 

TV ? largest and most magnificent assortment of 
Jewelry and Silver-ware, can be found at 
Vandtrellcc ' Co. No 1S6 Sutter street 



A RrmnrknbU' Animal-Trainer. 

In the year 1721, in Pcrt'u, Scotland, was 
born a most remarkable arumal-trainer. 
His name was Bisset, and in early life he 
became a journeyman-shoemaker; but hav- 
ing a great fondness and faculty for mana:,'- 
inc; animala, be soon gave himself up en- 
tirely to this occupation. His first success 
in educating brutes was with a horse and 
■ra he taught to perform many cu- 
rious (Vats. He next tried his skill upr-n a 
couple of monkeys, who soon learned to 
dance on a n>pe, drink to the company, 
ride and 1^-ap on the backs of horsed, and 
go through intricate dances with their 
eqally- accomplished companion, the dog. 
Three young cats were the succeeding sub- 
jects of Eisset's tuition, and these were in- 
structed to play upon dulcimers, apparently 
reading from m usic- books before them, 
while they squalled a vocal accompaniment 
in three different keys, or tones, produc- 
ing altogether a chorus whose piercing ef- 
fect the musical may perhaps im- r uie. 

The fame of Bisset's learned animals 
■pread rapidly, and ho was finally induced 
to exhibit them in London. A place in the 
Haymarket was secured, and the *' Cat 
Opera" advertised Crowded bouses res- 
ponded to the advertisement ; and the 
horse, the dog, the monkeys, and the cats 
went through their respective- partB amid 
great applause. In a brief time the skill- 
ful trainer found himself in possession of 
i%000 as the reward of bis novA enter 
prise. 

Encouraged by this success, Bisset sought 
other pupils in the animal kingdom. Can- 
ary birds, linnets, and sparrows, were 
taught the trick of distinguishing the hour 
and minutes of tbe day, and of spelling the 
name of any person in the audience. Six 
turkey-cocks were made to go through a 
country-dance ; and, in a single month's 
time, a turtle learned to fetch and carry like 
• dog. 

At length the master brought his ingenu- 
ity to bear on that most obstinate of all 
animals, the pig. He nearly met his match 
this time; but, after a patient discipline of 
a twelve-month, gentleman-piggy was ren- 
dered docile as a spaniel, and obeyed his 
teachers every command. This sapient 
creature could spell, cast up accounts, tell 
the time of day, kneel and make obeisance 
to the spectators, and otherwise conduct 
himself like a gentleman of parts. But 
such extraordinary porcine wisdom could 
not be accepted as a natural phenomenon 
by the ignorance of the age in which it 
dwelt, and it began to be whispered that 
Bisset, who taught animals to do all but 
speak, was in league with the Devil. This 
-was /-nough to rouse the spirit of persecu- 
tion; and one night, while the learned pig 
was exhibiting his tricks in Banelagh, Ire- 
land, the mob, headed by a stupid official, 
broke into the room, destroyed the appara- 
tus with which BisBet worked, and assault- 
ed him and his pig so virulently that they 
barely escaped with their lives. This event 
was followed soon after by the death of 
Bisset He could hot outlive the odium 

that fell upon him as a necromancer. 

^ _ . . i . 

A Caution. 

A gentleman who wedded a young lady 
in her teens desires to offer a word of cau- 
tion against such very early marriages. He 
says it is productive of an uncomfortable 
feeling to have your wife, no matter how 
amiable and lovely, going ■ around among 
her schoolmates, bragging about her pos- 
session of a husband as if he were a new 
doll 



NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. 



The Best In Money. 

Tom Hood, at a Lord Mayor's dinner, 
once leaned back at about the middle of the 
feast and requested the waiter to bring him 
the rest in money. 



The Chicago Times speaks of Fernando 
Wood as "that courtly, white mustached 
ramrod." There is no such thing as rever- 
ence left 



Medical »onder. 

The great cure for rheumatic and other pains, 
colds, rpram?, etc. For sale everywhere. l 



Fresh and Hweet. 

For the bu confectionery, po to Canty and 
Wagners, 107 Montgomery St "''^ar Sutter. m 



The Decker Grand Piano is the Unto of all oth 
ere, without exception. Kohlev, Chase & Co. 
Agent*. CS Oar street. 



The Young Man from the East. 

" lm a stranger in this cit>, 
Fm lately from the East, 
And mighty fond of oysters; 
Where can I get a feast? 
I've been to all the restaurants, 
But nowhere could I had, 
A plate of Eastern oysters, 
Of the old fashioned kind." 

"Well, I can tell you," said hia friend, 

"Exactly where to go, 

And where to pel your oysters, 

Direct frum where thevjrrow. 

Just take a stroll down PINE STREET, 

At 419. opposite the Martet, 

Tou/U tee a sign, THE SADDLE ROCK, 

You can't fail toreinur- 

"Emerson Corville keeps the place. 

The best salouii in town, 

There you can get your oysters raw, 

Or fried so crisp and brown. 

He's the largest oyster dealer 

On the Pacific Coast, 

And that he keeps the freshest 

Has ever been his boast 

"He'sgot nice little pri rate rooms, 

Whure you can sit at case. 

And cat ynurdlif-'mia stew, 

Or Eastern If yon 

All the young men of fashion go 

Right to tlie SADDLE ROCK, 

To eat their EASTERN OYSTERS 

And drink their Rhenish hock." 



HOflTH PACIFIC C01ST (HH.R01P. 

. . .: i.r BEW 

SAN FKANCISCO AND TOMAiES. 



On and after H#r titty. **-*• 
lb75. Passcngere jfSfc 



Jaouary 11, 

SAX FR 
celito f'-rrj 

Sauciato 



iiMAlv-.i- Dl 
Ciato ferry m 






- 
canuci- 



ing w!tb 



sr\»AY. 

Excuwioi Train 
•anEera will leave ^utroiu Davis 

Btreet Wharf, at 8 a. m.. ami arrive en return to 
ihia city «t tame wharf at +.35 P: M- gifing from two 
tq fix hours time a: various points on the road, and 
th« Fare, for :lic R iuhd Trip. ?2 to all Stat 
of Fairfax, and $1 to Fair.'ax and all Sta;;unfl eaot. 

FBEI&BT. 

Through Freight Trains, with a Passenger Car at- 
tached, will leave S3ueelito at 6:30 a. m.. on Tues- 
d .;.=- Thursdays and Satuniays. and will leaTe Tc- 
males on the same days a t 1 r. M. 

ii. F. HARTWELi, Superintendent. 

CALIFORNirfHEATRE 

JOHy McCcxLOtJOB Proprietor and Manage* 

E.Uiios Hill Acting Manager 

MRS. JUDAH 

Begs to announce that 
SSH. 3B 353 »B" JE3 3P X "X" 

The First in two years, will tote place on 

Friday ETeniug, January 15th 

When wiH be presented the powerful emo- . 

tional play dramatized irom Wilkie 

Collins* famous novel of 

The Nsw Magdalen 

BOX SHEET XOW OPEN. ja9-td 

Pianos! Pianos! 

....WITH.... 

"Barbarism and Civilization." 

Now itis true that music does refine. 
It is the red row on the human vine 
But turn the idle air to murmurs a^eet, 
Mark tbe effect upon the crowded street. 
Cares are forgo;, the step elastic grows. 
The fretted current softer, smoother flows. 
And man his narceness or his guilt eschews. 
The hypochondriac forgets his bines. 
Windows jump open; Biddy shades her eyes. 
The very Chinaman shows some surprise. 
The little boy, 'tis needless to explan. 
Runs for the music with bis might and main. 
If thus for good the enchantress wields herpower 
All California homes should have this flower. 

And the OnporCuniij Is Now Open. 

Families of limited meanB invited to examine the 
Large Stock of PIANOS just arrived at 

IC5 STOCKTON STREET, 

Every Celebrated Maker Represented ! 

In New and TJeed Instruments, and at Prices 
Within the reach of alL 

Lovers of Art Come and See 

"Barbarsm and Civilization," 

Those expressirs and elegant ideas in the form 
oi beautiful female faces. 

S£~ CHOICE CHBOMOS AND PAINTINGS a 
spe.ialty. 
All welcome— buying or not. Howard Building. 
ja9-lw W. XOWNSEXD. 



STOCKHOLDERS' 1LEETJLNG. 

HOME MUTTAL INSURANCE COMPANY. 



The Annnal ^lectin? of the Stockhold- 
ers of the Home Mutual In juracee Company will be 
h«id at the Company's office, 400 California street^ 
in this city, on MONDAY. January 18, 1875, for the 
election of Directors for the ensuing year. Polls 
wiH be open from 1 o'clock until 4 p. M. 

CHAS. E. 8T0EY, Becretary. 

San Francisco. January 7. 1875. jaS-td 



OftKLMD DISTRIBUTING AGENCY 

TAYLOR, Sc CO., 

Bill and Card Distributor? 

FOB OAKLAND and Vicinity. 

Will faithfully make distribution* 

Circulars. Dodgers, Cards, 

And every description of 

E»rinto<a Scatter 

At most Seasonable rates. 
TAYLOR * CO. DISTBIBUTI 

" :i?»ic3-.<9lho » 

In Oakland every day. and are to be relied upon 
:.s" Orders Rccetred at ILL. Office. 




A'tonlfthins. 

It is really astonishing, the low prices at which 
Zachaxias, the jeweler, sells his goods. Any one 
passing along Kearny street, near Sacramento, 
will be attracted by the magnificent display, k 

Peach is Declared in all families who buy their 
furniture and bedding of J. A. Shaber it Co., 707 
Market street, near Third, because they get bette 
£Oods for the same price than any other dealers. 



THE HOTJBEHOLD FURNISHING CO 

338 PINE STREET, SAN FP.ANCI5CO. 

Tinned, Planished, Jayinncd. TFooden 
and Rattan Ware. Brass, Copper, Pire-GUt and 
Plated Sorts. 

Ornamental and Artistic Household, 
Articles. deS9-im 



PERSONALS, 



HORTICULTURAL HALL. 

WilMTE* GARDEN. 

(Stockton Btreet, between Post and Sutter Streets. 

Saturday, January 23d. 
GREATER THAN EVER. 

THIRD GHCA.ISD 

COSMOPOLITAN 

Bal Masque! 

Look at the Creat List of 
Attractions. 

FULL BALLET" CORPS 

Under the direction of tbe Charming 
D&nseuse. 

Miss AMY BENNETT 

Will perform in OLD EVGL1SH MORRIS 
DANCE. MAYPOLE DASCE 
PARISIAN LADIES' 
QUADRILLE. . 

Grand Pageant P/ocession! 

Presenting A 

CONGRESS OF ALL NATIONS I 

Allegorical and Realistic, introducing 

riiT7lrts Animals, 

The Buffalo of the 'West; the Camel of the East 
Our Darwinian Ancestry Grand Chariots and 
Horses. Rich Appointments. Elaborate and Mag- 
nificent Costumes, forming a noble picture of unpar- 
alleled richness and splendor. 

QUADRILLS DISLOQUE 

(Original | 

By the Disjointed Tronpe of Dancers ! ! 

SCHMIDT &T~ SUHLOTT'S 

GRAND ORCHESTRA OF 80 PIECES, 

Six Valuable and Artistic Prizss 

Will be awarded as follows : 

TO LADIES— The Handsomest Oo3tume; the 
Moat Correct Historical Costume; the Most Original 
OoBtume. 

TO GENTLEMEN— Costume and the best sus- 
tained Original Character; tbe most correct Shake£- 
perian Costume and Character ; the most eccentric 
Costume and Character. 

LADIES* PRIZES. 

Superb Oxide Silver Casket, covered with elabo 
rate and artistic carvings in baa relief. 

Elegant Bohemian Glass Toilet Set. richly colored 
and gilt, with fine enamelled medallionB on each 
piece. 

Full Size Quarto Morocco Album, richlj orna- 
mented and gilt. 

ti E\ TIX II r.\s - PHIZES. 

Monster Meerschaum Pipe of great value. 
Handsome Bronze Carved Inkstand- 
Tortoise shell Cigar Cases. 

S-0' The Prizes will be exhibited one week before 
the Ball. 

epoclal Notloe. 

The immense success of tbe COSMOPOLITAN 
BALS MASQUES ha3 induced some unscrupulous 
speculator to filch, and use the title, in advertising r 
some low third-class Ball. The public is herebj cau- 
tioned that the only genuine andauccessfulCOSMO- 
PUL1TAN BALS MASQUES have been, and will 
be given, at Horticultural Hall, under the direction 
of SAM W:\KSE. 

TICKETS, TWO DOLLARS. 

Double Ticket, admitting Lady and Gentleman, 



Three Dollars. 



jafj 




W. B. MITGFORD, ffft»a Clty.-There Is 

BUI from 'THE CHINA NBWS" for you at this 
.office. i»8 " 



Crowded Day and Vislitlr. The Enter- 

gising proprietors of the Southern Pacific Oys'-er 
ouae have added additional neat and private 
rooms to their establishment, retaining their ever- 
popular prices. These popular refreshment rocma 
are on Summer street, below Kearny, between Cal- 
ifornia and Pine. de24-3m. 

MONEY TO LOAN ! 

IT ON STOCKS. BONOS, BE AL ESTATE, 

LIFE INSURANCE POLICIES. AND ALL 
OTHEB GOOD COLLATERALS, BY 

JOHN T. LITTLE, 

de3I-lm 4051 CALLTOENIA STREET 

SAVE YOUR MONEY. 

For all Kind of Howard and 

Waltham Watches at Manufacturers' 
Prices — Cases, cuaranteed IS karat gold— go 
to F. HOFLENG Sole Agent in San Fran- 
cisco, corner Third and Market Streets, Nucleus 
HoteL All kinds of Solid Jewelry made to order 
and for sale. Diamonds set and for sale at the low- 
est living prices Manufacturing and Repairing 
dono de!5-3m 



North Carson S. M. Co. 

OFFICE OF COMPANY 

Room 24, No. 419 California St. 

Location of Mine, 

End* Taller, «n Hie (omstork Knncrr, 

and about three mllea from American Flat. Detail 
maps on file at the office. de26-t£ - 



Dr. C. t. O'DONXEIA, Office and Resi- 
dence 836 Kearny, near Jaekison np stairs: 'Gradu- 
ate of Dartmouth College, sod late Surgeon in the 
TJ 8 Army- Treat* office ] atienta for & fee of $1; 
Visits $1 50; Medicines free: Obstetrical cases (15. 
fe25-tf 



DIVIDEND NOTICES. 



ttAVK OF THE 



WESTERN SAVINGS 



rrFLTJmrc go. 

&A\ FRASCIJWO, JAX, 4, IMS. 

Depositors*" Dividend* 



The Directors of (lib, Corporation 1 

this day declared the semi-annual dividend, atO» 
rate of ten (10) per cent per annum on Term Do- 
p03its and eight iS,i per cent, on Ordinary Depoals^ 
payable on and after January 10th, 18T5, at tha iffn 
of the Bank, northeast comer of Post and Wimtm 
streete. p;. QT.AT. 

ja5-lm Vice-President and Cashier. 



Dividend Notice. 
SECURITY SAVINGS BANK 

215 SANBOME STREET. 



The Board of Directors have i ™_. 

a Dividend to Depositors for the Term endinc D«- 
cember 3h>t, 1S74, at the rate of Nine K) per cenlL 
per annum <*n Term Deposits and Seven and oat- 
half (7£) percent, per annum on Ordinary Dopositav 
free of Federal Tax, payable on and after Iaiw»M ■ 
13th. 1S75. JOHN PAfiROTT. 

ja3-lw 



Dividend Notice. 



— 



THE GERMAN SAYINGS AND LOAN SOCT 

The Board of Directors have deetervdr. 

the dividend for the current half year ending De- 
cember 31st, 1874, at the rate of nine (9) per coat 
per annum on Term Deposits, and seTen and otte- 
balf (7i) per cent on Ordinary Deposits, free of Ted- 
ral tax. and payable on and after January 15th. 

By Order. GEO. LETTK. 

da31-gw Secretary-. 



Dividend Notice. 

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CALIFOENIA ST., CORNER WEBBL 

For the half year end ins with Decern* 

beo 31st, 1874, a dividend has been declared at thai 
rate of nine (9) per cent per annum on Ten. D*- 
poaits, and seven and one-half (7)) per cent on Or- 
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Song and Dance, Miss Annie Hlggs 
Sew Song, by Miss Jennie Lee 

To conclude with the Screaming Farce of THE 

BENICIA BOY 

ROBERT PATENAN and J. P. BURNETT. 



Grand Gala Night. 

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To conclude with the Laughable Sketch, entitled 

COAL HEAVER'S REVENGE. 

Doctor Cureall Frank Mortinutr 

Jenny Cureall K»ttn Zoo 

Coal \ II»rry Dp»ot 

Heaver* ) , . John Kelly 

Root of Characters by the Company. 



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THX ORGAN OF AMUSEMENTS. 

Published Ererj Da in the Tear, by 
a*. ^*. BOGARBU8, 

AT 

§32 Merchant and 537 Washington Sts. 
Below Montgomery, B*n Pranciaco. 



MONDAY.. .... JANUARY 11 



AmuseinenK Etc. 

•perm Hoik. 

Billy Bservon. rested and relrcshed by hl» wee* 
mO at the Ssrinj*. mates hU re~eul» on the stage 
ikUwniaginbJs wonderfully clever nketch from 
ljle, MUUc* ' Maldoon the Solid Man." and iu hi* 
Iwdeetof bits** E-:r.r In addition. Hew t*on*t*. 
■be musical phenomenon, will make his £r«t ap. 
pamid ml Blllr Arlington Ben Cotton. BU1> 
Rioo. J a Kemble, Charley Bhoade*. J- F. Ober- 
i*t and other* will appear in some of their most 
wMttrfnc arte, and ftuasell. Davis and Har>y will 
•h^tbeh-mortpopnlaraooga. Ko wonder that the 
minstrels are doing such unprecedented business. 
tor the prozramme presented weekly cannot fa* 
equalled by any minstrel company in the world. 

California Theatre. 

The »ery talented lea-ling lady of this theatre, 
Visa Bella Pateman will be the recipient of her first 
benefit at this house to-night, and will re-prod™* 
lor this occasion the play in which abe made her 
pstt Boccea* hut year at another house— 'The. New 
jMagdalen." alias Pateman will personate Mercy 
Merrick, her original character; Mrs. Judah as 
Xady Janet Roy; Ellle Wilton Grace Roeeberry; 
Barton HiH Julian Gray, and T. W. Keene Horace 
Holmeroft. After the play Miss Pateman will re* 
eiW in character. Lewis' poem. -'The Maniac.- The 
performance wdl conclude with "Mr. and Mr*. 
Twtti 'WbiU; " with Robert Patemanas Peter White. 
«nd Misa Jennie Lee as Mrs. Peter White. This 
few and the popularity of the beneficiary will draw 
a* «Ternowing bouse. 
4 hlnrtni's Royal Italian Clrens. 

This will be Ue last week of Chlarinis Royal 
Italian Circus, and a programme of unusual excel- 
lence has been provided. "The Queens Lancera." 
Vy fonr ladies and gentlemen under the command of 
Signer Chiarini on bb splendid war charger "Gari- 
baldi." will form the grand entre«. This will be fol- 
lowed by the Japanese seance, a grand vaulting act 
by Thi.odoro Cuba on the Australian steeple-chase 
hurst "• York." Signor Chiarini with his 
wonderfully trained Cuban Pony. estraor- 
•Uoary feaU of juggling by Kikuda Kunitsra, Sen- 
orita Belen Cuba in her graceful act of horeeman- 
■hip. Monsier Herbert in his principal t 
act. Messrs. Clifton and Gaston in their double bor- 
icoDtal bar act The thoroughbred California, horse 
"Emperor Norton" introduced by Signor Chiarini in 
hi* grand maneje act. Senorita Belen Cuba in her 
dashing bare-tacked equestrian act. The highly 
trained hones, ' Prince" and "Dake," Romeo Se- 
bastian in grand equestrian act. Signor Faranta in. 
Jus wonderful feats of flexibility. The whole con 
eluding with "The Ooreiean Post Boy."' a hurdle act 
oo tour bare-backed ponies, by Master Tommy 
Leon. This cerWialy constitutes a very strong pro- 
gramme. Matinee on Wednesday. 
Baekler's New Variety Theatre. 

Billy West, the new comedian in songs and dance* 
"Tie Hay Merchant." "Diamond cut Inamoud," 
"The Tobacconist's Daughter," "The Coal Heaver's 
Bewenge.' and a great variety of interludes to-night. 
Benefit of Ml" Jennie Lee. 

On Wednesday evening next, (January 13th). 
this popular aeCreaa, of the t 'alif ornia Theatre, will 
take a benefit. The entertainment will consist of 
Robertson's comedy of " Caste", with Henry Ed-" 
wards as George D'Alroy; Barton Hill as Captain 
Hawtree; J. P. Burnett asSamGerridgc; Marquise, 
Mr*. Sophie Edwin; Esther. Miss Bella Pateman; 
Polly Eocles. Miss Jennie Lee. A snganddance 
»y Miss Annie HJggs; a new song by Miss Jennie 
Xe*. To conclude with the farce of "The Benlcia 
Boy,'" by Robert Pateman and J. P. Burnett. Box 
Plan now open. The programzne in full appears on 
oar first page. 

Bate*. 

Take notice, gentltsinen, who engineer the" Ajcase- 
-BnexrV iwpsftmeat M the dsfKea. Oanneld and 
Booker, the new song and dance men. will not ap- 
pear at the Opera House to-night, nor ha*e they 
aeco advurttseU to appear to-night since las: 
Thursday T.: kj will make their fcrst appear- 
ance on Wednesday evening. 

Little Null. "The California Diamond.* opens at 
Piper's Opera House. Virginia City, to-night Little 
Nell has a sister in Virginia. Mrs. W. H. Watson. 

Charley Howard, the old plantation negro imper- 
sonator, who played here at the Alhambra some two 
rsars ago, and was recently leported to have been 
lynched in Des Moines, Iowa, is playicgatthe Front 
Street Theatre, Baltimore, in a new piece that Mo- 
Cloakey wrote for Miss Rcna, entitled "Castle Gar- 
den, or Emigrant Life In Ameriea." Charley Is too 
jolly a fellow ever to get lynched by any erowd- 
Gaaatm and Fritz are also playing there in the 
specialty scene. 

The French Zouaves are to give a grand Bal 
Masque, at Horticultural Hall. Saturday evening, 
January 39th. Oar French population know how to 
make rueoeasea of Bal Masques, andthe Zouavesare 
determined to make this one. 

Mr. J . R. Kemble. the well deserving stage- 
manager of the Opera House, will be the re- 
cipient of a benefit on Friday evening neat. Never 
in the history of minstrelsy in Ban Francisco have 
better programmes been presented than under the 
management of Mr. Kemble, at the Opera House. 
The interest of the public has never been allowed to 
flag . and to his efforts in properly using, as well as to 
the enterprise of Manager Maguire in engaging, the 
best talent in the country, has been largely owing to 
the success of the Opera House. 

Mrs Judah. the best old lady on the stage, is to 
have her benefit at the California Theatre on Friday 
Bight "The New Magdalen" will be played for the 
occasion, and those who want seats had better secure 



BE CAKEFDI. WHAT TBI! SAV. 
In t<peaki»g of a person's faults, 

Pray don't forget your own ; 
RemeTrA<r, those- with homes of gl**» 

Should be*** throw a stone ; 
If we hawe nothing else to do 

Than talk of those who Bin, 
Tie better we commence at home, 

And from that point begin. 

We have no right to judge a maa, 
Cntfl he's fairly tried ; 

Should we not like hie company. 

We know the world is wide. 
Some may hare faults, and who bas not? 

The old as well ae young : 
Perhaps we may, for aught we know, 

Have fifty to.their one. 

1*11 tell you of a better plan. 

And find it works foil well ; 
7. i if. my own defects to cure 

Ete other;' Knife 1 ten" \ 
AuJ though I sometimes hope to be 

No worse than some I know, 
M> own shortcomiaga bid me let 

The faults of others go. 

Th:u Kt ds all when we begin 

To slander friend or foe. 
Think of the harm one word may do 

To those we little know, 
Remember, curses sometimes, like 

Our chickens, "roost at home ;" 
Don't speak Of others" faultB until 

We have none of our own. 

Annie Louise Gary in a Frelicsame Wood. 

The charming and ever reliable contralto 
of the Strakosch Italian Opera Company 
was full of her customary vim, brightness, 
and intelligence oh Monday evening, when 
hie copper-colored majesty King Kalakaua 
visited the Academy of Music and eat out 
the entire performance of Wagner *b Lohen- 
grin. What heavenly patience that man 
must possess ! But then he is the first live 
kin^' we have ever had in this country to 
toady, and we are making the most of him. 

Well, in the mterregmnn, his copper- 
colored majesty was introduced behind the 
scenes, and to each and all of the leading 
artistes in their several private dressing- 
rooms— among them, of course, to that of 
Miss Gary. There was a quite twinkle in 
the eye of the popular contralto, and no 
sooner had his majesty bowed himself 
out than she struck up in rinsing tones the 
familiar English comic song of "The King 
of the Cannibal Islands," the refrain of 
which the Italian chorus took up (without 
knowing anything of the words) as .his ma- 
jesty returned to the front of the house. 
Funny, but fact. New York Spirit of the 
Tinas. 



Over $40,000 was taken in at the box office of, the 
California Theatre, during the four weeks engags- 
xoeut of John McCullougb. Financially and pro- 
fesionaUy it was one of the best seasons ever played 
in that theatze- 
Clara Morris, the star of the East, is enroute for 
t Ms Occidental sphere. She passed Omaha yesterday 
will be due here on Friday, and is to make her 
appearar.- t the California Theatre in "Camille*- 
cmMonc. tit. 

A special train bearing hitaerward. John wn&on's 
Circus Company and twenty odd horses passed Ogden, 
y es t e r day. 



Produce or (lit Earth. 

Take the potatoe awayfrom Ireland, and 
starvation comes. Famine recently had its 
hold on Bengal on account of a failure of 
the rice crop. Bread fruit is to West India 
both food and clothing. Heaven Bends it 
and causes it to grow, and the lazy natives 
ask nothing further. And yet all these 
yield to the bamboo. We go fishing with 
these poles ; the Chinese eat them, and the 
uses to which it is put render it a national 
benefactor. Houses, boats, screens and 
water-wheels are made of it, together with 
fences, ropes, furniture, hate, umbrellas. 
and all varieties of weapons, lamp-wicks, 
pencils, brushes, pens, aqueducts, teles- 
copes, and a thousand other things of daily 
use. We might almost say that were the 
bamboo to perish suddenly from off the 
earth the whole Chinese Empire would 

collapse. 

~«> ■ 

Just think, if you swear off using to- 
bacco and wearing clothes you can save $j 
per week at least, and So per week for 
1,000 years is £$O,O00L' 

How lo Dre«s Well. 

Of er two-thirds of the best dressed gentlemen 
in this city (thoBe who dress in style "we mean) 
would say, if asked the question where they had 
their clothes made, that they went to John Bull's, 
No. 109 Third street, and would also advise yon 
andg our friends to go there if >>u want a perl ect- 
fltting s^iit made in the latest style, from either 
imported or domeetie goods, at the lowest price 
compatible with a good garment 6. 

Great Barealns In Clotliins* 

The only store in the city tfiat haslthe largest, 
cheapest and finest assortment of Men's and Boys 
Cothing, iB H. Peyser's Montgomery- Avenue Coth- 
kng Store, 719 Montgomery street, between Wash- 
ington and JaekBon. Also, a large assortment of 
Men's and Boys* Overcoats and Cloaks, and the 
finest stock of Gents* FuTnishing Gsods, Trunks, 
Valises, etc. 2-* 

Bnnlter'* Club House Sausages. 

A deboous table delicacy. They are made ot 
dairy-fed pork, are admirably seasoned, and are 
as superior to the ordinary dry, tasteless sans 
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can be imagmed. Made fresh every morning at 
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Urn We Don't Want to Meet. 

The man who grunts and gasps as he gob- 
ble- up his soup, and at every other mouth- 
ful *eeinB threatened with a choking fit. 

The man who, having by accident "been 
thrown once in your company, makes 
bold to baw! your name and to shake your 
hand profusely when you pass him in the 
street 

The man who, pleading old schoolfellow- 
ahip. which you have quite forgotten, never 
meets you without trying to extort a ten- 
dollar bill 

The man who volunteers hie criticism on 
your new play or picture, and points out its 
worst faults in presence of your wife. 

The man who artfully provokes you to 
play a game of billiards with him, and, 
though he feigns to be a novice, produces 
his own chalk. 

The man who can*t eit at your table on 
any set occasion without getting on his legs 
to propose some stupid toast.' 

The man who, thinking you are musical, 
bores you with his notions on the music of 
the future, of which you know as little as 
the music of the spheres. 

The man who wears a white hat in the 
winter, and smokes a pipe when walking, 
and accosts you as "old fellow" just as you 
are hoping to make a good impression on 
some well-dressed lady friends. 

The man who, knowing that your doctor 
faces him at table, turns the talk so as to 
set him talking doctor's shop. 

The man who, with a look of urgent 
business, when you are in a hurry, takes 
you by the button-hole to tell you a bad 
joke. 

The man who, sitting just behind you at 
the Opera, destroys half your enjoyment 
by humming all the airs. 

And, to finish with, the man who, when 
you draw back slightly to appreciate a pic- 
ture, coolly comes and stands in front of 
you, and then receding also, treads upon 

your toes. 

«. . — • 

As far back as 1S40 London had a daily 
evening newspaper sold at one farthing, and 
entitled the Eeadwj Post, and New York 
had its Morning Sun for a penny. The 
maki ug of penny newspapers may be reck- 
oned among the lost arts. 

• A new aspirant for platform honors and 
emoluments in St. Louis, began his maiden 
effort by informing his audience that he 
had caused the doors to be locked in order 
that they could not escape until he should 
get through. 

Bhinebeck, New York, now claims him — 
108 years old, Bhaves himself, threads a 
needle at arm's length, chops a cord of 
wood before breakfast in three languages, 
voted for all the Presidents before and since 
Washington; uses tobacco. 

« ■ 

A Philadelphia man dislocated his jaw 
the other day 1 aughing at something he saw 
in a newspaper. But it wasn't in a Phila- 
delphia paper. 

Pericles is dead. He was a Parisian rhi- 
noceros. Butler will soon be the sole re- 
presentative of the species. 

. — ♦ ! 

Santa Clans 

Is not a myth if New "Year's candies of every 
kind, shape and color (both home-made and im- 
ported), is any proof ol the existence of the time- 
honored deitg', of presents for little ones. In fact, 
George Haas & Co., So. 20 Kearny street, has fac 
similes ol Santa Claus (in Candy) that are really 
good enough to eat. His holiday stock of home- 
made candies and bon-bon boxes cannot be ex- 
celled anywhere, as a visit to his store will show. & 



1 



OPERA HOUSE. 

THIS EVENING JAHVEAB.Y 11 

PART PI KNT— Brans Vocoi and Instrumental Cofwrt. 

IKTBODOCTOKY OVERTURE EMEK30K1A3EB 

IIALLAD— DON'T BE ANGRY TTITH ME, DARLING J. «- UTB 

CU.NLIC SONG— WIDOW MAGEE BBS OOTT03T 

BALLAD-BELLE BRANDON G. -VT. _ 

COMIC SONG— RIDING IN A SLEIGH W. A3 

BAiLAD— YOU NEVER HISS THE WATER TILL THE WELL BUNS DRY.... J. O.; 

Descriptive Finale 1HK FKfc&HMAVS C3 

TERMINATING WITH 
MISS 4EVME SHEEMA V> CbWKlral Representation of the GODDESS WF 



PART ijECOND— Grand Ethiopian Carnival. 
In a Budget of His Latest Cems. 

The Musical Phenomenon. 




Banjo Solo, CHARLBI RHOADJBS. 



MULDOON THE SOLID MA IV. 

THE CLOCHMAKEH'S HAT I 

MR. GRABAT.T, J. B. HT3TET« 

MB. EATAIX J. F. OKEKI8T 

EOBBY BKEAKALL BILLY RIUK 

MR MENDALL. ■■._.. ....„._. „„.. . 1 ..... - ^ ■_■ ■ ±- ■_. ■_• •_:■;.■•_•• - _• -■.--.- CHARLEY van^VM 

SELECTIONS 

The whole to conclude with the Laughable Sketch, eotitled 

Opposition is the Life of Trade 

MR. BONIFACE J. R. KEMBLE I BILL BREAKALL BILLY ARUNGTOT 

JIM GRANGER BEN OOTTON ] BILL ROARER J F. OEKRIBT 



MR. BONIFACE J. 

JIM GRANGER. 
MISS FLIMSEY. 

KE^W^^^W. 

WEDNESDAY, Jan. 13, First Appearance of the Worid-renow.-ied SONG ajid DA3KTT. 

FRIDAY EVENING, January 15th, Grand Complimentary Benefit to 

MAGUIRES 1TEW THEATRE TO LET. APPLY AT BOX OFFICE OF THE OPEKja BMBB 



*T» 



PIPER'S OPERA HOUSE. 

TIECHN1A CITY, ITCYABA. 

JOHN PIPER pRQPRimOB. 



This Eleennt Theatre can be Bentcd by 

the night or week. Stars and traveling companies 
liberally treated with an application to 

JOI1X PIPER, 
Manager and Proprietor. 
Or to J. H. MeCABE, 
ju23-tf 332 Bush street, San Francisco. 



METROPOLITAN THEATRE 

8ACBAHBBITO, 

TO H.3ESKTT, 

By the \iclit. Week, or Hontfi, f mm 

Nov. 1st. For terms apply at the Theatre; or by 
letter to W. K_ MORROW, Proprietor, Sacramento. 
N B. — I have no authorized Agent anywhere. 

mb24-tf 



ORO FINO THEATRE. 

POBTLAK n, Oregon^ 

....AND.... 

THEATRE RuYAL, Yitteri*. 

"Lessee and Manageress. 

MISS FANNY MOItGAK 



The above Theatres are now •**» I 
the Fall and Winter Season with m inB 1' — 
Company. Stars having two or i 
can apply as above, or to J. II. 
Buah street, Ran Francisco. 



OPERA HOUSE, 

SAX JOoE, CALA. 



This Beautiful and Newly Renovated 

Theatre is to be let by the Night, Week, or Month, 



at reasonable terms. 



G. BKOrlASKA, Proprietor. 



Charlotte Tubman 

Will not af -ear thie season, but the diflappoint- 
mwot is more than repaid by the beautiful display 
«f Christmas Goods at Mayers' Bazaar, comer 
Montgomery and Pine streets. l 

Blanked and Flannel* 



Br. Dohertyt 

Has devoted his study more particularly to 
shronic and rpeciGc practic, and as such is now 
be most suoceasful ol any Physician in San Frmn- 
isco. Office, 519 Sacramento street, comer ol 
jeadesdorff, a lew doors below the What Cheer 



The Emerson Piano is the finest and cheapest 
Piano In the market to-day for general use. Koh- 
Icr, Chase a Co., 63S Clay street o 



Washing Returned In One Day. 

And we never disappoint, at the What Cheer 
Lm.-i.iry. No Chinamen employed. 



What Cheer Laundry. 

121 Leideadorfi street, near Sacramento 



Plan ai tA Tfnl fmm *A 1 



The Old Mint Restaurant. 

At this old established house, fi05 Commercial 
Street, above Montgomery, always noted among 
*he hon vivants for its good things, can be procured 
the finest and best cooked Oysters, Steaks and Chops 
in town. Terrapins and the choicest brands of 
Wines and Liquors a specialty. Charges moderate 
G. M. Hepburn, the new proprietor, invites the 
pjblic to give the "Old Mint" a trial. 8-T 

The Green Boom. 

This popular resort of the profession and all 
epicures who can appreciate good liquors and a 
good lunch, is directly opposite the California The- 
atre. It has just been beautifully frescord and is 
now a modle of taste and elegance. Everybody 
goes to the Green Room between the acts. x 

Holiday Confectionery. 

A fine assortment of holiday candies and new 
rtyles of Christmas tree trimmingB, fancy boxes, 
costume bon-bons, cornucopias, sugar fruits and 
anijy articles just received at J. Vogeley & 
Brothers, rate of the Mechanics' Fair of 1874, 26 
Second street, near Granu Hotel 

Do Not Butler from Com*. • 

The unfortunate sufferers from Corns, Bunions 
ehib and Ingrowing Nails, cab find instant relief 
by allying at Dr. R- H. Cowan's Institute, re- 
moved to 21* Kearny street, from 1 to 6 r. n. We 
speak from experience, having tested the Doctor's 
capability. Refer ence given if r equired. u 

The Winter Styles* 

All the latest Winter styles of hat have been re- 
ceived and are now on view at "The" Hat Store, 
ft*7 Washington street. The variety is very large, 
and the prices charged at this well-known estab- 
lishment are very reasonable. a 

The Antelope ♦y»t*r House. 

Our specialty, always the best oysters in market 
served up in the best style of cooking. Our 
Eastern transplanted oysters excel any other in 
market Established in 1864. No. 612 Market 
near Montgomery. E 

The Mason & Hamlin Organs are acknowledged 

o be the most powerful, at the sane tune giving 

■ Tr.fw.tv h. crrth the Kweet*** tone of anr other. Kohler. 



MOZART HALL, 

STOCKTON, CU- 
To Lei by the Night or Week, for Dra- 
matic Performances, Concerts, Lectures, etc , Bt rea- 
sonable rates. Address J. A. Woodman, Proprietor 
and Lessee. Stocktoa. Por particulars enquire of 
W. D. Lewis, 506 Commercial street, San Fran- 
cisco. N. B. Music furnished on all occasions. 
ocl2-tf 



MRS. SCOTT'S 

VARIETIES. 

Fun, Pleasure. Variety and 
Beauty. 

KO XSQTJAXj. 
In this Pleasant Resort 



PACIFIC HALL, 

CALIFORNIA THEATRE B i; 1 LxjUKS- 
SAX rKAXCISCO. 



This Fine Hall can he Rented. __ 

matic Performances, Operas, Conct-ita. Italia, 1**- 
tures. Benefits, etc., by the Night otWwk, 
sonable terms. Facihc Hall haj just kas a _ 
refitted, frescoed and BUppU* d with a jSc* Stage 
Scenery, and will accommodate- 1,500 guwrnsi 
every seat in full view of the stage, Tm terms a* 
ply at the Hall, to 
oc22 3m Tho-.. 33. Ulnar. 



CHEYENNE OPERA HOUSE, 
CHEYEtikE, WYOMING TERRITORY. 

This Popular Theatre Das Been Be 

ly E* fitted and Decoratedr Firet-cbse*- TJn _ 

Companies or Dramatic Stars coming jBast will ■ 

treated liberally upon application either hr ieleszajl 

or in person. Address all communications to 

JAMES McDASIEL. 

Enssi - 

Lock Box No. 1, Cheyenne, "Wja, 1 



McDANIEL'S THEATRE 

CHEYENNE, WYOMING TEREITBST. 

Open the Tear Bound lriife a First- £]m 

Variety Company. Variety Arists eorainK EaStdi 
at all times secure Fiirt-Class engagements. Hn 
be artists of acknowledged- ability and. have isn 
•wardrobe. No others need apply. Adams 

JAMES McRASXKL* 
Lock Box No. 1, Cheyenne, Wyo. Tex. jeJ. 



..ONE 



CAN 

Pass an Bvenlng 

MOST DFJJGHTFULLY. 

Here the Kindest Attention is Tendered 
to Both Strangers and Residents. 

The Proprietor having catered to the wants of the 

FTO-LOVHTG PUBLIC! 
Both Here and in Virginia City 

HAS* ATTAINED A 
Popularity CneaaUed ON THIS COAST : 

THE PRETTIEST OP TALENT! 

,,.1HD..., 

THE FINEST OF EVERYTHING 

....AT.... 

JIKS. SCOTT'S YABIETIES, 

....COBKEE.... 

SarrampnTn aril Knarnv StS. 



Beth Male and Female Tain 

"Wffl do well by communicating v?jh trs, 

ON THEIR WAY EAST OS WES' 

AS WE WANT GOOD AKTI8H 
T» Wfcom Cood Salaries Will kt Fait 

Addresa M. B. LOMtBO A r»^ 

Theatre C Mn~mJH 
oc37 EvanstB*. "W_ 



THOS. W. BKEE A CO, 

Brass Founders and Finish™ 

BEER FAUCETS a Specialty; 
llAMTACTl BEES 
AND REPAIRERS OF 

DRUMS, BANJOS, AND 

Cold and Silver Platen 

SPOONS and FORKS made as Good am *■.'**. < 

Lessons Riven on the Banjo an* Brut) ' 

542 Mission street, between First and Pi nouA. 

K. B.— Fine-toned Silver Solo Banjos tor Pro* I 
skmals always on hand. 3al5-< 






T. B. Boss. 

ROSS 



WM. 

ABIaINGTON, 



. ExchanpeBoordlnjEnndftsle 

Stable, lsaTehama, off Third Street. 
Careof Boarding and Sale Hossea a 
Specialty. Sale Horaea alwaja on! 
hand. Breaking and Handling Colts, 

N B. Chpplngof Horses done with 
ca*e and dispatch with the EpKhsh 
T*Atfc^ra" Patent Machinea, waJehssw t 






• AH IHAKCUCO. TUUDAT, JAKCAHY It, ISIX 



VOL. XXI. 



SULLIVM 

iHICOPHF' 

tiff* Ak ,?« ..< 

QLOAiS 'i SI 

HI. IOMD I ,U| vtTT III 



HAVE YOUR PICTURES 



NEW YORK GALLERY Hr= 



o. 25 Third St., 

Bag IUI.»i> 

« Pet area Oalj M P«r Daaea I 

*. ■. I nm , pii m ii i. m. r. hta-ia-* . 

PALACE OF FASHION. 

A. MORRIS, 

Merchant Tailor, 

CUSTOM-MADE GOODS I 



a>H|»lli * III iMr www MM bi <wjl war ud 

• i<L.t> 



CALIF0H1TIA THEATRE. 




WILHON'H 



•Tai to stats—I las Weetewl aAal ( i i 



fri. wrung ruuiNr *>nl ^ th. en... earn.. 



NEW MAGM&EN! 



Palace Amphitheatre. 

' • " •lnwriiUaialH. 

Last Wcelt or 

ROYAL" ITAL?AN~eiRCUS 



WM I'll «, 



I PfcWSlSTva AMU DiHM-NI 

III -■ MUM w >n«»U 
xniTKA 



li ■< . hi Rr 



— .■■tii*- Umv OmS .Aw r»«W wtewbar*. 



My Prices Defy Competition. 



■aralaeu Salts $30 

• X Bearer Dress Suits 66 

Helton Overcoats 16 

CMSlmere Pants 7 

Black Bearer Puts 10 

SUA Telvet feats. 9 



.«%.. aocoxt.xi.xai, 
fo. 17 Secon dStre et, 



tl nU te Grmad BotH. 



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rm.u .. 

Tw. 

thro "Mabrsthorys II. -us.," g .iMMnglni, 



Mia* Bll.lt r * I I M > \ 



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■i' 

II MAI KLIN 



.■ ■ rmrh MUp mi Ih, llnna IrnilUr, dnli| ll» nnnl m klnn Kmw «»l Pruwila; 



Hi* Performance cwnejudlag with the Amusing Farce of 



MR. AND MRS. PETER WHITE 



MR PI 



Medley Doit) 
. I •Jul Dane* I . 



i KM AN 

v \ '.'.'.". . . .".V.'.V.".".'.'.", V.V.V.V.V." .* .' .*." .' ." ." .' .' ." .' .' . 



I Ml-S I VKIIIF, WVATT 

M1M BU.U. t'UAPMAX 

WEDNKHBAV, JAM Alt. 13, 

BENEFIT OP MISS JENNIE 1ME. 

vthtn will be presented ROBERTSON'S moat successful Comedy, 
And the Screaming Farce of TUR BHNICIA BOY. 



rni'KSOtv. mum ■ lib. 

MULDER-FABBRI MEMORIAL ENTERTAINMENT. 



tUIDAl. J1M1UV ISIJi. 

BENEFIT -OIF" JVEFLSt. iTXJJD.fiLII. 

THE HTBV7D- SatXA.Ca-X3^fVXjXIX<a I 



MONDAY, January 18th, First -Appearance in California of the Great Emotional Actress 



OUIIILalata. 

*"TEr"." I^" I HI, „„ ,.„„,, ,;, „„, „ 

l.'i It. II.. ar.il |,.nr ..mil. r„, 11. umlrr Ike. 

l ..i r B ;. , .v 1 , . , . , i,"" l " ,M "» -" w " 

I J HIM »i; >li\( | 

-tl. II lllllklllll imi mil 

I LP. >IM Til. Ill 1. 1. ,u. I l,,,,liin. I, I ,,,. r Bar. 
""'■ ,«■•■". by Oir l.u.i a'reolu lllliiiioilw 
<l B* i.n llir Great Australian M> < pi, . nasi r 

.1 nilMTI. Ihr l uliiin Prrtlldlgalor Pent, la In. 

tw5r.pr\ u cn"lf«Slli" ,e ' Ul ^^" '" K, «* ,r 

I ion n IIIINsillK HtRBLBT. 

li JIM.IIM. IMUIOIMIIMI11 

klklD.l kl MTABA 

: Tin; i mi «rn or iiiuiitim: un.i tarry. 

Iiik trt imi Horsrbaek 

aruorlln III 11 > I I It 4 Bad Haifam, twiitll 

» lltlMllll lul 1.11:1 IN tl I 

„-., ,. II. .11.1.111 lllltltlKT 

^ HOWS „„. „ IHM.B. 

INTEIUIWSION 01' FIFTEEN aiSlinx 

» I.i: IMI WAB tl I III II "Italian" kalkl.rr.u7r 

OUtll»TKA. 
in lllll 1:11; IIOK17UW 11. BAB 

III -.11*. nil nil and I. I.I. IX 

II I llll Hlllt MIHTOV . Tile Tllorotlghhl .-.I I i.ll- 
I.. till. 111 llol-.c. |.iirrliasi-il by HlgBOf tilltRIM 
from lh.- tvell-knoTtn li, l.l.in Muhlo. i.r. il.tn. 
In III. ilcpurluri' oil lif. I ;i.l Tour, Intrutlui-ril lit 
Jliini.r I.I I.UTl: lllltltlM In a Grand JIAJf. 

I.' TIIK <|l EE.V OF T1IK ABF.XA. Kennrlu, BKLF.* 
II III. In lu-r t nrlvnlleil Kiiui.liTau A.-I on 
Bnri'lutck llorsc. I l»nu Mr. 11 tll\l:E 

II .lilt AMD Kill Astounding Frnl of EaalUtk, 

rim" Bj kAK.ll I IIUI.ll Iil 1 11,1 Hilt 

11 I'lllMi: AND IIIK I , Ike la. lilnlilv trained 
BoraCN Inlroiliii-i-d by slmior «;. IIIIIHIM 

15 I.RIMI IHIMTIMI 1 l|l l-IHIVN APT Br tke) 
F11I1II1 ■'« Favorite, Uie Indoiullable UllillO >,li. 
IE IS 1 1 I N . 

16 KIUMOB FABANTI, The Boneless Nondearrlpt. 
17-TBE HIK.II 1\ I'OST.POV F.xeitlng Hurdle 

Act on Foui- Barebuck Ponies 

Milkier TOH1HF Ll«1 



NOTICE. SMOKING STRICTLY PROHIBITED 

Afternoon* Matikbks every Wednesday aud SATt.RPAY 
A-ltuisuiou ta toe Matinees. SO C011U. children, Htuf-Prlca. 
Doors open at 1 o'clock. Performance to commence at 2 



WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY, 
Last Atfer»oon Mnliuci s 



««LD'S { Business 

S4 Post St., San Francisco 



1**> E*nr-M« sad Bctvt BailnoM cmiece 

-am IAb» CamuA. IU (nd<jjt.tM wo qiijvUflod for bu«i- 
bbrbb tmd embisd to flll IiiantUru ■Ituavtioiu At ooc«. 
T4Ms>« nun ahouid tXAvouiie ibia aehool before «>t- 
a*™A*A«a; eitwwbefeL For lQforin»vUon omil at the 
K Ho. U Post street, or sddreei K. p. Hesld, 
ocl84f 



"T.1E VILLA," 
GOLDEN GATE PARK, 

**• B-alloMoA biTioc Jnat betw eoapUted, li 
fj— Attf oaro. open to be poMte. Tbe hooM ieele- 
&mmj rmnlttied. And hia 

Four Public Parlors, 

— AJTD— 

Ttm Private Dining Itooms, 

**• »•»•• betaf bullt.net like a pnbUo hotel 
bel m it la mmtd 

An Elegant Villa. 

_ ""**• YflU" ta t oca ted «t the but or oorfeh-weer 
■ ol the Park. 



reM BreekfexU, Dlosen Utl fiappen 
* eai tin laorteet oouoe. 

CUIDO MANCENBERC. 

PBOPBIATOtt. rtr-u 




PROGRAMMES, 
And all kinds of Printing for 

Shows, Lectures, 

Concerts, Theatres, 

Excursions, Ac. 

AT LOW BATBO, BT . 

B. r. STBRETT, 

532 cxat STBmrr. 



Attention, Good Livers! 

p. a. Bxmoss * oo., 
MINERS' RESTAURANT. 

fjjaaitn. aaaaagaaatat of aotk the 

■tAasrs* Beataaraat on "nwinaiia.1 "1 

a-fass* and lb* Ulnar.' BrUohlcTalar- 

Maareat. Oar BUlt of Para arobraee an th. daH 

aaatsa of tae setaon: Oat alotto k ■Qood Pan! 

tisat n.ntiim .11 1 rr 1 oJT°~ ™* 

Oaan seas a. ML to 10 r. at, aaMAf 

m aavdanoa—aaeretalaaat 7M Maxke* 



ANTISELL 

PIANO CO. 

Capital Stock, $500,000 



If Yon Want a Piano, Buy at Ilrad- 
quartera, and ilon't !«_■ fool^l into ba ying ad verltacd 
worthless tr^li Buy an ANTIHELL 1'IANO- 
FORTE. and you have the beat, l'iano made, Riid 
liidonTijfl by biiJidretlft of oiir leading artiste and tmi- 
aioiana throughout. Culifornia. Wo uell at mamifac- 
taren' prioes, and having a large capital and buai- 
[ic*»sre enabled to uudersell agt/uts who aro only 
tiiiddleiaen. Agontsba^o to pay bitch prices to cover 
their long credits, and Usually make the enormous 

troflt* of from $100 to $500. To be forewarned in to 
is forearmed. We have juut received from our fac- 
tory a fine aflHortment that we offer at a bujii.11 ad- 
vance, either for cash or IntitalmDnta, instead] of 
renting. Tbcy are overstrung baas Agraffes, French 
action, etc., pOMesiring every Improvement rccog- 
nLted by people of cultivated musical taste, and toe 
grand result is that for power, sweetness, brilliancy, 
a*itl singing quality of tone, evonness throughout the 
entire scale, delicacy and elasticity of touch, strength, 
durability, beauty and tinish, the ANTISELL PI- 
ANO stands mieuualled. 

N. Li. --We sold our miscellaneous stock at auction, 
wbioh consisted of SUsiuway i Sou, Onickering, and 
Decker Broth ora, as It don't pay to keep those makes, 
we Hod the demand so limited. 

T. M. ANTISELL & Co. 

REMOVED TO 

640 Washington Street. 

del2 



TRY 



THE CUFF HOUSE! 

BOHRIHG OCEAN!" SURGING BREIXERS 
FOAMING SURF, HONSTER SEA LIONS 

Appetizing Breakfasts, Lunches. 
Dinners and Suppers. 

■BENS TOUR WIEB I 

BBINO TOUR PAMH.YI 
BRING YOUR LADY PRIBNDB 

Aadaalotanew of th. ftaast OOKAN PANO- 

aVAltA ntBI WOKLD, all la tight of, 

aba world-reae«Bed 

Golden Gate. 

WTsa a flaat of whrta.wiagad naeaMBgara aatarlni 
treat erart eeato lta^e oaiwarolal world. 

aat-Hew Lla. Baasas, eenaeoslng with Street 

f^tficriffia^^ • wU ^ uta, ^vrJ•• 



■AN FRANCISCO SATHS 

AUD 

Hairdressing Establishment. 



»elo« Kaarat. PRIOBfl iB ( 
EOtat D: Ba aba, X eanta 8nar- 

eantaf Sani'poolli ^"iSaa? " '-=■ 

Jladlottad Batha. a» Ml ' JOHK ORIKP 



LEAVY BRO. & GO'S. 



Own Brand of Imported 



Consolidated Virginia 
CIGARS ! 

REINA VICTORIAS. 

WHOLESALE DEPARTMENT, 

GOO Hontaonlery St. 

ItETAIL, 
Cor. of Biu.li and Kearny, Laurel Pnlaee. 



Oir-jBr»ioE3 



Daily Evening Post 



HAS REMOVED TO 

Northeast Corner 
SACRAIKIENTO & HONTGOMERY. 

Js2-lw 



$QO Homes. 

200 Men Wanted to Buy Lota In the 

ANTISELL TSACT, BERKELEY 

$20 down, balance $10 per month. $900 each. 

Auction Price. Cheapest ever oifered. 

Apply at 

ANTISELL PIANO ROOMS 

040 Waaklngtom Street. delltf 



DR. FERDENANDERZ, 

go Celebrated for nla rjneeeaa In Ike 

treatment of all diteatet of men and women has 
his office at 

fas Kafaray Street, bet. Bub. A Sntter. 

Heart 10 A. at. to 1 p. M. and 3 r. a. to t r. a. 

dolHf 



GEO. A.. CASE, 

SZUVTIS T, 
tt Hontgomrrr Street, 

Opp. Lick House. 



■H 




To the Unfortunate. 

Dr. Gibbon's Dispensary, 

No. 623 Kenny Street, Corner or 

Commercial, San Francisco. Entrance on 
Commercial. Established in 185^, for the 
treatment ami cure of all uiaeaseaof the uri- 
nary and generative organs, and all physi- 
cal conditions or Weakness consequent 
upon the errors or ignorance of the sexes. Skin dis- 
ease (of years' standing) and rheumatism success- 
fully treated. The sick and the afflicted should not 
fail to call upon him. The Dootor has traveled ex- 
tensively in Europe, and inspected thoroughly the 
Vikrious hospitals there, obtaining a great deal of 
valuable informatiou, which he is competent to 
impart to those in need of his services. Lu\ Uibbon 
will mako uo charge unless he effects a cure. 

Adtirese I>R. J. F. GIBBON, Box 1957, San 
Francisoo. no2&-tf 

Pianos! Pianos! 



"Barbarism and Civilization." 

Now it Is true that music does reftno. 

It is the red rose on the human vine. 

But turn the idle air to murmurs sweet, 

Mark the effect upon the crowded street. 

Cares ore forgot, the step elastic grows, 

The fretted current softer, smoother flows. 

And man hia fierceness or Ms guilt eschews, 

The hypoohondriao forgets his blues. 

Windows jump open, Biddy shades her eyes. 

The very Chinaman shows some surprise. 

The little boy, 'tis needless to explon. 

Runs for the music with his might and moiu. 

Ii thus for good the enchantress wields her power 

All California homes should have this flower. 

And the Opportunity Is Now Open. 

Families of limited means invited to examine the 
Large Stock of PIANOS Just arrived at 

106 STOCKTON STREET. 

Every Colobrated Maker Represented ! 

In New and Used Instruments, and at Prices 
Within the reach of all. 

Lovers of Art Come and Bee 

"Barbarism and Civilization/' 

Those expressive and elegant Ideas in the form 
of beautiful female faces. 

CT CHOICE OHSOMOS AND PAINTINGS a 
specialty. 
All welcome— buying or not. Howard Building. 
Ja9-lw W. TOWNHEM*. 



S. C^EilVJES&EE', 

[Late Stage Manager of Mogtilre's New The- 
atre, formerly B us inesa Manager &Od Age&t 
of Strait on cb-NilseoQ Concert, MareUli 
Italian Opera, Qrau's Opera Bouffe, 
Wyudhani Comedy Comp'y, Jauo 
Cooinbee' Comedy Company, 
etc. etc.] 

Beers to inform Uie rrofeiuion and Pub- 
lic that he is prepared to organize, manage and ar- 
range on moderate terms 

Concerts, Benefits, Theiric all. 

Amateur Performances, 

tableaux, etc. 

And Entertainments of atl kinds, PUBLIC AND 
PRIVATE, to furnish, if reuuired. 

Professional Aid, Costtunes, Properties. 

Accessories. 

To give attention to proper and sultabli- .uiicity, 
advertising, etc. 

Parties undertaking any kind of Amusen . nt, En- 
tertainments, will save money and secure ufllcWDOU 
by entrusting their business to 

SI. <3r£ilSrZ2?2Z ', 

Address: Macnire'g Nevr Tueitire. 

j^rST Artists will obhge by fonrardiug nam^s, speci- 
alties and addresses. ' oclG-tf 

EOCKAWAY OYSTEE HOUSS* 

1004 Market Street, Rear Junction of 
Market and I'owsll. 

Choicest Oysters, Chops and . 

Steaks served to order at all hours, fl 
SUPPERS for Paities and Families N 
promptly supplied. The patronagQ of 
our friends and the public is i-espeot- 
fuliy solicited. HENRY LANCE. 

EI>. KRBHMKE. 
ocSO-tf Pn.prietrirw. ' 



The Celebrated Pan Roast 

Either California or Eastern Ojst r va 
Cooked to Order at 

SOLOMON TESMORES 
atolls, 57, &fl and 60 California Market. 
(Entrance on Pine street,) 
Families and Restaurants supplied at abort notice 

del7-lm 



STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING. 

HOME MUTUAL IHSUIiANt'K COMP AST. 

The Annual Meeting ef the Suiekkold- 

ert of the Home Mutool iDsuraaee Oompant will be 
held at the Company 1 , office, ACS California street, 
in this <ntr on MONDAY. January IS. U75, for the 
election of Directors for the earning year. Polls 
will be open from 1 o'clock until 4 r. at 

OHAB R 8TOES, Seeretarr 
San PraacuKo, Jaaaasr 7, 1875. Jag4d 



at. O. COMBES, 
TERRAPIN X.TJNGJHC 

Terrapin CunsLan tfj OB Hand 
Oysters In erery style. PRIVATE! 
SUPPER ROOMS FOR PAETIE3. 



MORACHANR LYNCH. 



DBALZB8 W 



Orstera, Clanas anal all kJnda 

of Shell Fish, Stall «S California Mar- 
ket, San Francisco. Opeu Day and 
Night Families. Public and Private 
Parties, Hotels, Shipping and 
rants sappaed. 

GEORGE MATES, 

Denier In Oyatera, Cltfena, and 

all kinds of SHELL PISH, Stent >"oa 
at), 41, Ag, OaUfomia Market ecilrano, 
-- Calif omis street 



*p 






Public or pcivsAffi paitlea and fi 

from 6 A_ M. to 12 P M. lAdlet' and 0«ntltfSrear 
Oystsr Rooms opsn from 8 A. M. to It r. *r.. lictn 



3F tGARO 



THE OliGAN OF AMUSEMENTS. 



•T. SP 



Published Every Day in the Year, by 



5 32 Merobant and 537 Washington St i- 

Below Montgomery, Son Francisco. 



TUESDAY JANUARY 12 



The Progress of Cremation. 

A second act of cremation has boen euc- 
ceesfully performed in the same oven at 
Desden in which tbebody of Ladj-Dilke was 
consumed. The occurrence took place on the 
6th instant. The body was again that of a 
lady, the young wife — aged only 23 — of a 
South German physician. The hall around 
the fomance was decorated with flowers, 
and in every other respect the solemnity 
■which should attend bo serious a rite was 
duly observed. No clergyman could, how- 
ever, be found to tako part in theceremony 
and speak a burial address over the dead 
body, so Herr Siemens, the constructor of 
the oven, delivered a brief but impressive 
speech, after which the coffin was com- 
mitted to the flames. The process of crem- 
ation was screened from the lady'B friends 
by an iron door, but a small number of 
physicians and other scientific men wit- 
nessed the operation through a slit in the 
wall. They describe the spectacle as free 
from anything offensive cither to the senses 
or the imagination. The current of hot air 
burning up the body appeared as a trans- 
parent flame of a reddish hue. There was 
no Bmoke or unsightly transformation of 
the body. When the conffin was consumed 
the body appeared in its natural state, then 
red hot, and at last appeared to be of trans- 
lucent white. From this it crumbled into 
ashes. Up to the period of its entire con- 
sumption by the flames the process was 
merely as a rapid drying np. After seven- 
ty-eight minutes all organic matter was 
gone and nothing remained but a small 
heap of ashes, which were conveyed away 
in an urn, — Boston Daily Advertiser. 



A Lecture from the Bench* 

"Yon don't Beem to have any aim — any 
ambition," said that celebrated Detroit 
judge. "YeB, I have," replied the prisoner. 
"Where is it, sir, where is it?" asked his 
honor, leaning forward- "Did you ever 
hear of Cioero taking free lunches ? Did 
you ever hear that Plato gamboled through 
the alleys of Athens ? Tell me, air, did 
you ever hear any one Bay that Demos- 
thenes slept under a coal shed or on a Dale 
of hay ? If yon wanted to be a Plato there 
would be fire in your eye, your hair would 
have an intellectual cut, you'd step into a 
cloan shirt, and you'd hire a mowing-ma- 
chine to pare those finger nails. Sir, you 
have got to go np for four months." 



The Difference. 

And Eastern paper says : 

"An Ohio Sheriff kicked against taking 
:v man who had been convicted of voting 
for him three times to State Prison." 

If he had been a California Sheriff any 
court would have prevented his ever being 
i laced in ench embarrassing position. We 
< ' in't convict a man for triple voting here. 
' dlitorniaiaayoongStatewith asparse pop- 
ulation as yet, and we are anxious to make 
as good a voting record to the square mile 
a i possible. If any man is caught voting 
In California, we merely consider he 
ifl iudiscretely patriotic — his zeal for his 
DM overcome his conscious scruples, 
that is all 



C. 



JTanaren 

Of Amusements, Excursions, Lectures, and 
Concerte, are directed to the splendid Printing 
Establishmeok of B. F, Sterett, 532 Clay Street, 
over the Sao Frandsoo Market, The largest Poetv- 
erg, in Plain or Fancy Colors, are turned out In 
the shortest possible space of time. Also, Beau 
tifol Programmes, Tickets, etc, etc, printed to 
suit the most fastidious. Mr. Sterett keeps con- 
*antly oa hand a One line of bright colored pa- 
pers of every shade, and the prices charged for 
these arc very little in advance of piain white 
j»per. btreamers of various sizes, from 18 to 42 
nch letters, in stock, of all colors of paper and 
ink. Theatre Managers are especially invited to 
cat for estimates. This well-known Printing House 
was established by tho present proprietor in 1660 
and has been tosuooessful operation ever since 

, S-ej 

Photographic 

Edouart & Cobb 804 Kearney street, produce 
Pastel Paintings which are superior to either Oil 
or Water Colors. FalargeitunUi in all styles, gen- 
*ral photographic work gnarante ed. 9- M 

Par the Holidays. 

A splendid assortment of fine Watches, Jewelry 
Silverware, etc, at very low prices, at H. A. Col- 
lender's, N. W. comer Mission and Second streets. 
Evary article warranted. T 



Th. original "Swain's Bakery" tsnow established 
In their magntfkent new place at SIS Sutter street 
near Centre M&ricet, and has added a lunch room 
and ice cream saloon. This is their only place of 

business. 



Something Eh-sant. 

The largest and most magnlfcent assortment of 
Jewelry and Silver-ware, can be found at Messrs. 
VjndenUe'e & Co. No 136 Sutter street. l 



91cai«Bl SyMKiO*. 

The great core * or rhonmatde and other pains, 
colds, sprains, etc Fo» sale everywhere. l 

Fresh and trwee*. 



Irving'* II a nil rt. 

A London correspondent of the Balti- 
more Bulletin, thus writes of Irving'* Ham 
let, and its appointments at the London 
Lyceum : That Irving's impersonation is a 
fine one no one dare deny. He has dis- 
covered new jewels in the Shaksperian 
mine, brilliant, it is true, but not dazzling 
enough to pale tho old ones when compared. 
His entire impersonation is colloquial, not 
declamatory, and in this I say he is pecu- 
liar. This was most noticeable in his speech 
to the players. He entered arm in arm with 
them, and spoke as though he were in haste 
to have it finished, in order to get to more 
important work, but at the same time 
showing that he felt the necessity of having 
his lines properly declaimed. At the end 
of this scene, on the night I was present, 
the house rose en masse. I had an excellent 
opportunity of witnessing both stage and 
auditorium, Mr. Bateman kindly furnish- 
ing me with a box. Mr. Irving's soliloquy, 
too, is rather out of the common. He is 
discovered leaning on a table, and appa- 
rently merged in deep thought, the entire 
Bpeech being delivered without the slightest 
gesticulation, and in a dreamy, listless 
manner. In his cutting sarcasms to Polon 
iuB his humor is broad even to low comedy, 
while the transition to deep emotion at the 
sight of Ophelia, w .s intensely effective. 
In the closet scene with hia mother he rose 
to absolute grandeur. Where he 'kills. 
Polonius he introduced a new point by 
dragging the body of the dead chamberlain 
into the room, and at the words, "I took 
thee for thy betters," throwing it from him 
and letting it fall to the floor with a dull 
thud. He contrasted the two kings, not 
with pictures, as is the usual way, but 
painted them to his mother's excited imagi- 
nation by his magnificent elocution. 

The play was elegantly cast and wonder- 
fully mounted. The ghost soene in the first 
act was managed in a novel and most effect- 
ive manner. After leading *'Hamlet" to a 
gorge, it is gradually enveloped, during the 
speech, in a heavy mist, and at the last 
sepulchral notes of "remember me," it 
completely fadea away. The crowing of 
the cock is also introduced, but always 
elicits a laugh from the "goda." The Ghost 
was admirably rendered by a Mr. Mead, 
who seemed determined to show that if his 
king brother did rob him of his life, his 
wife and his throne, he left him more than 
one suit of clothes, for in the first act he 
wore the dress as Horatio describes it, but 
in the closet scene he looked as if the "sul- 
phurous flames had grown slightly warmer, 
and he had been compelled to unpack his 
summer clothing, which, besides being very 
light, looked as though they had been made 
before he had grown stout The throne 
room scene in the fifth act was marvel- 
ous. Danish hangings adorned the 
walls, skins of wild beasts covered the 
floor, and the royal chairs, placed upon a 
throne of satinwood and ebony, were up- 
holstered in the richest velvet. 



Clara Antonla, M. D., de Paris, Business and 
Medical Clairvoyant and Independent Trance .Me- 
dium, 13^1 Poet street, near Dupont. Correct Ja ; 
i^nosisand special attention to the treatment a 
iLsc.-ises. Consultations in French, German and 
Bngluh. 6-o 

If Tea 

Feci the need of phosphorus (nerve food), take a 
.•nurse of Bea-wau-r baths at tin Sanitarium foot of 
Powell street. North Beach. 'Excioiflve dejiartirK-ul 
*nd lady -.* l ( efl"WWH»Jts f"r $\, 

Blanket* and Flantafl* 

Well washed and not spatted, at tho What Cheer 

Laundry , 



MEW ADVERTISEMENTS. 

GAUFORNK THEATRE 



Jons MoOttliouoh Proprietor and Manager 

Babtom Hill Acting Manager 



MRS. JUDAH 

Begs bo announce that 
The First In two years, will take place on 

Friday .'"vening, January 15th 

When will be presented the powerful emo- 
tional play dramatized Jrom Wiikio 
Collins' famous novel of 

The New Magdalen 

BOX SHEET NOW OPEN. ji%<A 



Dividend Notice. 
ODD FELL0WS|TWNGS BUNK. 

The Board of Directors of the Odd Fel- 
lows' Savings Bank hare declared a {dividend of 
Nine and One-Tenth {9-10) per cent, on PERMA- 
NENT DEPOSITS, and of Seven and Three-Tenths 
(7 3-10) per cent per annum on SHORT DEPOSITS, 
for the semi-annual term ending December 31st, 
1874, payable on and after the 30th instant. 

JAMES BENSON, Secretary. 

January 10th, 1875. jal2-2w 



The Pig. 

The pig was thus written up by a Geor. 
gia t boy, whose composition was published 
in his local paper, the Griffin Nevis, and 
was as follows : "The pig is about as big 
as a sheep, only a pig's wool isn't good for 
making stockings of. Why is a pig like a 
tree? Because he roots; that is a conun- 
drum. A pig washes himself in the mud. 
A pig has four lega, one under"' each corner 
of his body. They pickle pig's feet, but 
not until after the pig is done using 'em. A 
pig squeals awful when it rains, also when 
you pull its tail. A pig has got a first -rate 
voice for squealing, and he grunts when he 
feels good. You can't make a whistle of a 
pig's tail, 'cos it is crocked. Why is a pig 
hike Tommy Grant? 'Coo he's got his nose 
in everybody's business. This is another 
conundrum, which is all Iknowaboutpiga.' 



SAN FRANCISCO DIRECTORY, 

1875. 

Established, 1857. 

The Printing or the Above Reliable 
work has boon commenced, and its completion will 
be secured as early aa the character of the work will 
permit. In tho meantime, the undersigned will es- 
teem it a favor to be notified of any change of 
firms, removals, new arrivals in the city, or any 
other alterations or omissions that may hare taken 
place sin oo the information for the work was col- 
looted by the canvassers. 

HENRY G LANGLEY, Proprietor. 
612 Olay street, near Montgomery, Up Stairs. 

has 



THAT IS SO. 



Beautiful and Snbetantlal Set- 
of Artificial TEETH only ftlO, and war- 
ranted equal to any work in New York or San Fran- 
cisco. Beautiful Gold and Platina Fillings for Si 
and upwards, and warranted for life. Twenty years 
experience in New York City. Office, 24 Post street, 
between Montgomery and Kearny. 

ja!2 DR. LUTHER, Dentist. 



The Toiir.s Han from the 
" Im a stranger in this city, 
I'm lately from the East, 
And mighty fond of oysters; 
Where can! get a feast? 
I've been to all the restaurants, 
But nowhere could I find, 
A plate of Eastern oysters, 
Of the old fashioned kind." 

"Well, I ean tell you," said his friend, 

"Exactly whore to go, 

And where to get your oysters, 

Direct from where they grow. 

Just take a stroll down PINE STREET, 

At 419. opposite the Market, 

You'll see a sign, THE SADDLE ROOK, 

You can't fail to remark It 

"Emerson CorviHe keeps the place, 

The best saloon in town, 

There you can get your oysters raw, 

Or fried so crisp and brown. 

He's the largest oyster dealer 

On the Pacific Coast. 

And that he keeps the freshest 

Has ever been his boast. 

"He's got nice little private rooms, 
Where you can sit at ease, 
And cat your California stew, 
Or Eastern if you please. 
All the young men of fashion bo 
Right to tho SADDLE ROCK, 
To eat their EASTERN OYSTERS 
And drink their Rhenish hock." 



Astonishing. 

It is really astonishing, the low prices a* which 
Zacharias, the jeweler, soils his goods. Any one 
passing along Kearny street, near Sacramento, 
will be attracted by the magnificent display, k 

Phage is Dbclarxd in all families who buy their 
furniture and bedding of J. A. Shaber &. Co., 707 
Market street, near Third, because they get betttc 
goods for the same price than any other dealer*. 

The Decker Grand Piano is the Kiso of all oth 



r 0S7H PACIFIC CO (ST ftilLSOBD. 

BBTWEBir 

SAN FRANCISCO AND TOM ALES. 



On and after Monday, < , 

January 11, 1875, Passengers tegfcjtrB gffllJUHjLJ 
will leave Ww?'lf^vB 

SAN FRANCISCO Daily at 2:30 p. M., by Sau- 
celito ferry boat, from Davis street Wharf, connec- 
ting with train for Tomales; and 

TOMALRS Daily at 8 l m., connecting with 
Sauoelito ferry boat at Saucellto. 



SUNDAY. 

Excursion Trains will ran as far as Olema, Pas- 
sengers will leave by Sauoelito ferry boat from Davis 
street Wharf, at 8 A. M., and arrive on return to 
this city at same wharf at 4 :35 P. M_, giving from two 
to six hours timo at various points on the road. 
Fare, for the Round Trip, $2 to all Stations west 
of Fairfax, and $1 to Fairfax and all Stations east. 

Fit EI GOT. 

Through Freight Trains, with a Passenger Car at- 
tached, will leave Sauoelito at 6:30 a. M., on Tues- 
days, Thursdays and Saturdays, and will leave Tc- 
males on the same days a t 1 p. m. 
jall-lm V. F HARTWELL, Superintendent 



OMLMID DISTRIBUTING AGENCt 

TAYLOR* CO., 

Bill and Card Distributor 

FOB OAKLAND and Vicinity. 
WDl I aithfoUr make distributions 

Circulars. Dodgers, Cards, 

And srery description of 

Frlntod Mntter 

At meet Boaeon&ble rate*. 
TAYLOR * CO. DISTRIBUTE 

" ■F'IGS-.AJR.O » 

In Oakland emarj day, and are to be rolled npoo 
43" Orders Received at lab Office. 




THE HOUSEHOLD FURNISHING CO 
328 PINE 8TBEET, SAW FRA1IC1600. 

Tinned, Planished, Japanned, Wooden 

and Rattan "Ware. Brass, Copper. Flre-GUt and 
Plated Goods. 



HORTICULTURAL HALL. 

W.NTE :■! CARDEN. 

JStockton Street, between Post and gutter Streets. 

Saturday, January 23<J. 
GnEATER JHaN EVER. 

THIRD GRAND 

COSMOPOLITAN 

Bal Masque! 

Look at the Great List of 
Attractions. 

FULL BALLET CORPS 

Under the direction of the Charming 
Daaaeuae^ 

Miss A.M.Y BENNETT 

Will perform In OLD EUTOLIBH Morris 

J>AiVUE, MAYPOLE DANCE 

PARISIAN LADIES - 

yUADELLLE. 

Grand Pageant Procession ! 

Presenting A 

CO GR ESS OF ALL RATIONS I 

Allegorical and Realistic, introducing 

Xjlirlxxs Animals, 

The Buffalo of the West; the Oamel of the East ' 
Our Darwinian Anoeatry. Grand Chariota and 
Hones. Rich Appointments, Elaborate and Mag- 
nitioeut Costumes, forming a noble picture of unpar- 
alleled richness and splendor. 

QUADRILLE DISLOQUE ! 

(Original) 
By .he Disjointed Troupe or Dancers 1 1 

SCHMIDT dTsCHLOTT'S 

GRAND ORCHESTRA OF 20 PIECES, 

Six Valuable and Artistic Frizes 

Will be awarded as follows : 

TO LADIES— The Handsomest Costume: the 
Most Correct Historical Costume; the Most Original 
Costume. 

TO GENTLEMEN-Costume and the best roa- 
taloed Original Character; the most correct Shakes- 
perian Costume and Character; the most eocentrio 
Costume and Character. 

LADIES' PRIZES. 

Superb Oxide Silver Casket, oorored with elabo 
rate and artistic carvings in baa relief- 
Elegant Bohemian Glass Toilet Set, richl j colored 
and gilt, with fine enamelled Medallions on each 

piece. 

Pull Size Quarto Morocco Album, richlj orna- 
mented and giit. 

(-E.VTLEirE.VS PRIZES. 

Monstor Meerschaum Pipe of great value. 
Handsome Brunze Carved Inkstand. 
Tortoise shell Cigar Cases. 

B5T Tee Prizes will be exhibited one week before 
the Ball 

«* pecial Notice. 

The immense success of the COSMOPOLITAN 
BALS MASQUES has induced some unscrupulous 
speculator to filoh, and use the title, in advertising 
some low third-class Ball. The public is hereby cau- 
tioned that the only genuine" andaucce9sful COSMO- 
POLITAN BALS MASQUES have been, and will 
be given, at Horticultural Hall, under the direction 
of SAM fiENESE. 

TICKETS, TWO DOLLARS. 

Double Ticket, admitting Lady and Gentleman, 
Three DoUan. jaa 



DIVIDEND NOTICES. 



BANK OF THE 



WESTERN SAVINGS 






T-TvnnsiT 



SAN FRANCISCO, .IAN. 4, 1875. 

Depositors* Dividend* 

The Directors of tbls Corporation hnve 

this day declared the ecmi-annnal dividend, at the 
rate of ten (10) per oent. per annum on Term De- 
posits and eight (8) per eon*, on Ordinary Deposits, 
payable on and after January 10th, 1875, at the office) 
of the Bank, northeast comer of Post said Kearny 
Btrwto. H J) p. OLAY. 

ja6-lm Vice-President and Cashier. 

Dividend Notice. 
SECURITY SAVINGS BAKK 

215 8ANSOME STREET. 

Tlic Board or Directors hare declared 

a Dividend to Depositors for the Term ending De- 
cember 31st, 1874, at tho rate of Nine (9) per ©eat. 
per annum on Term Deposits and Seven and one- 
half ("il per cent, por annum on Ordinary Deports, 
tree of Federal Tax, payable on and after January 
13tb, 1875. . JOHN PARROTT, 
jag-lw President. 



Dividend rtotice. 

THE GERMAN SAVINGS AND LOAJf SpCY 

The Board of Directors have declared 

the dividend for the current half year ending De- 
cember 31st, 1874, at the rate of "nine (9) per cent, 
per annum on Term Deposits, and seven and one- 
half (71) per cent, on Ordinary Deposits, free of Fed- 
ral tax, and payable on and after January 15th. 

By Order, GEO. LETTE, 
deSl-9w Secretary. 

Dividend Notice. 

SAN FRAWCIS0O SAVINGS UNION, NO. 53 . 
CALIFORNIA ST.. CORNER WEBB. 

For tbe ball year ending wltn Decern* 

ber 31st, 1874, a dividend has been declared at the 
rate of nine (9) per oent per ft"T)'irn on Term De- 
posits, and seven and one-half (71) par cent on Or- 
dinary Deposits, free of Federal tax, payable on 
and after January 13th, 1875. 

Per order LOVELL WHITE, Cashier. 
de2&-lm 




Crowded Day and Nightly. The Enter- 
prising proprietors of the Southern Pacific Oyster 
House nave added additional neat and private 
rooms to their establishment, retaining their ever- 
popular prices. These popular refreshment rooms 
are on Summor street, below Kearny, between Cal- 
ifornia and Pine. ck&4-3m. 



MONEY TO LOAN ! 

DPOJt STOCKS, BONDS, EE IL ESTATE. 

LIFE INSTOAlfOE POLI0TJB8. AND ALL 
OTHBB OOOD 00LLATEBAL8, BY 

JOHN T. LITTLE, 

deCT-lm MSI OAUFORNIA STEBET 



SAVE YOUR MONEY. 

Par nil kind of Howard and 

Waltham Watches at Manufacturers' 
Prioea— Oaacs mi&rautaed 18 karat gold- go 
to F. HOFLENO 8c4e Agent In San Fran- 
cisco, ooruar Third and Market Streets, Nucleus 
Bc-teL All kinds of Solid Jewelry made to order 
and lor sale Diamonds set and lor sale at the low- 
est llTins prices Manulactnring and Repairing 
done del&-3m 



North Carson S. M. Co. 

OFFICE OF COMPANY 

Boom 21, "So. 419 California St. 

. Location of Mine, 

Eagle Valley, on tbe (ovtstoek Banjte, 

and about three miles from American Flat. Detail 

maps on tile at the oflioe. doS8-t( 



PACIFIC MAIL 

STEAMSHIP CO., 

For China and Japan. 

Leave Wnnrf corner First and . 

Brannan Streets every alternate Si 
UHDAY, at Noon, for 

YOKOHAMA and H0XG KONG 

Connecting at Yokohama with Oompany'B Brans. 
line for Shanghae via Hiogo and Nagasaki. 

For New York 

VIA PANAMA. 

Steamers leave at 12 M. every alternate WEDNES- 
DAY, oonneeting via Panama Railroad with one of 
the Oompany'B steamers from Aspinwall to New 
York. 

FOR ■T'AJUVA.'&IA. 

Gelling at all tbe Calif ornian, Mexican and Oentrs> 
Amorican Ports. Steamers leave at 12 o'clock noon 
every alternate THVRSDAY. 

fiT Through tickets sold to and from LIVER 
POOL, OJJBEN8TOWN, SOUTHAMPTON. BRE 
MEN, BREST, HAVRE, HAMBURG, STETTQT 
COPENHAGEN, and NORWAY. 

Each ship oarries an experienced Surgeon. Medi- 
cal attendance free. 

For Santa Barbara, San Pedro, Los 
Asgelos, Aiaheim & San Diego, 

steamers leave at 9 o'clock A. M. 

For SAN BUENAVENTURA and MUENEM B 
calling at intermediate points. Steamer sails at 4 
o'clock P. H. 

NO EXTRA CHARGE for Meals or Staterooms. 

For Dates of Sailing see Daily Papers. - 

Apply for freight or passage at the 

Pacific Mail Steamship Go's 

OPPIOE: 

Corner Leldesdorll and Sacramento Sts. 

del-tf .JENNINGS S. COX, Agent, 

8. F. and N. P. K. R. Co. 



On and after December, 1874, the f*tmr. 

ANTELOPE, Oapt. WARNER, will leave 8an Pran- 
cisoo daily (Sundays excepted) from Frontand Green 
street Wharf at 9i00 o'clock. P. M., connecting at 
Donahue's Landing with the oars for Petaloma, 
Santa Rosa, Healdsburg, Cloverdale; also with 
with stages for Sonoma, UTdah, Point Arena, Men- 
docino, Lakeport, Clear Lake, and for the popular 
Springs of Mark West, Bartlett, Highlands. Skaggs, 
and the great natural wonder, the GEYSERS. Re- 
turning, the oars will leave Cloverdale at 6 A. M., 
connecting at Donahue Landing with the steamer, 
and arriving at San Francisco at 11:15. 

The shortest, quickest and best route to the 
GREAT GEYSERS-W. C, VAN AJBHAM * 
KENNEVS Staw Route. 

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aCUKSDAY ...... JANUABY 12 

Amusements, Etc. 

CaUrermla Tkealre. 

Biere was as imo«oM sodtonce pre*en*. last eveo- 
iac at Hiss Fate-nan's benefit, when Ltwoy'i drains 
tic Ttmon o! WUkia Collins novel The New 
• *w produced fur the first time toil aea- 
HJv Pateman in the part of Mercy Merrick 
atas achieved, bar ereatest triumph hare, and bar 

haayi nil of toe cfaaractar abowa great ability 

and careful sciwolin*. The part U .natained wtth 
•van excellence throurhoai 8b« waa the recipient 
«rf awrcral recalls and many fiorai offerings. Mrs 
.Tmdab made the kindest, beat and moat motherly 
Janet Roy ever seen on any stage; Mtf» PJUe WO ton 
Cave unusual power to the unthankful part of Grace 
Utoaaberry, Mr. Barton Hill as Julian Gray. Mr. T. 
*W. Keene an Horace Holmcroft. and to fact, all In 
*«cMt. personated there respective parts with 
am than araal ore and ability. Tbapeiee is 
wary rtronriJ oast. After the play Miss Pateman 
mated Lewis' old-time Poem of '"Hie Maniac," 
Ja aharacter. and wat honored with a recall' befor 
the enrtnin. Tb° f*rce of Mr. and Mrs. Peter White 
asasdoded the performances, in which Mr. Pate" 
man and Miss Jennie Lee were very happy and 
irvqucnUy set the boose in a roar. "The New 
aaasjdalen'' and "Mr and Mrs. Peter White' will 
s» repeated this evening. 
•vera House. 

5x»e Opera Hoofie was crammed to its very doors 
3aat night. After the nana) excellent first part, BOly 
JKmenoa made his re-appearance la hifi Buget of 
XsAest Gems and was greeted with tranesdoous 
aswiln i and his songs were loudly encored. Herr 
Xeanetti. the musical phenomenon, showed wonder- 
swi atiu in his mastery of numerons inetrnments i 
and discoorsed much harmony therefrom. The 
Tpsstii|ii in farces of "A Little More Cider." 'The 
Gockmater's Hat," and "Opposition is the Life of 
3rade" m the hands of Bice, Cotton, Arlington, 
JLemble, Oberist and others kept the audience in 
the best of honor, and Billy Emerson in his great 
•ctsracter of "Muldoon the Solid Man" was encored 
fiin %nd again, giving each time a new Irish song 
in his own Inimitable style. The same bill will be 
j ap tatc d this eveninx- 
CfclaxLnl'* Moral Italian Circa*. 

There waa an excellent programme given at the 
•areas last night- "The Queen's Lancers,'' by 
Sam ladies and genUciuen under the command of 
Mtfjutr Chiariai on his splendid war charger "Gari- 
ssskli." formed the grand entree. This waa followed 
by the Japanese seance, a grand vaulting act 
sry Theodore Cuba on the Australian steeple-chase 
mrtffse " York." Signoc Obiazini with bis 
sPooderiuUy trained Cohan Pony. extraor 
f feats of jngglins; by fKifeoda Kunltara, Sen- 
i Ciba in her graceful act of horseman- 
Herbert in his principal equestrian 
, Messrs. Clifton and Gaston In their double har- 
1 bar act. The thoroughbred Calif oraia horse 
r Norton" introduced by Signer Obianni in 
>i« grand manege act, Senorita Beien Cuba in her 
■fl 1 .v;^ g bare-backed equestrian act The highly 
trained bones, "Prlnee" and "Puke," Borneo Se- 
■astiin tri grand equestrian act. Signer Faranta in 
ak wonderful feats of flexibility. The whole con 
•fading with "The Cocsican Post Boy," a hurdle act 
en four bare-backed ponies, by Master Tommy 
Leon. Many of the acts were encored and the splen- 
didly trained bones of Signor Chiarini were the ob- 
jects of nairerssi admiration. Matinee to morrow, 
and the last matinee on Saturday. . 

Memeat «r HlM Jennie Lee. 

To-morrow evening, this very genial and most 
popular actress, of the California Theatre, will 
take a benefit The entertainment will consist of 
Xohertson's comedy of " Caste", with Henry Ed- 
ward* as George D'Alroy; Barton Hill as Captain 
Hawtree; J. P. Burnett as £-am Gerridgc; Marquise, 
Ura. Sophie Edwin, Either. Miss Bella Pateman; 
Fatty Ecclee, M1&3 Jennie Lee. A s nganddance 
by Muu Annie Higgs; a sew song by Miss Jennie 
Lee. To eoochi de with the farce of "The Bcnkia 
Boy." by Robert Pateman and J. P. Burnett. Box 
Flan now open. The programme in fall appears- on 
•ear first page. 

BorklcjS New Tarlety Theatre. 

The new song and dance man, Billy West in songs 
mad dances and bone tolos. Prank Mortasore, Chas. 
Jfickerson. Harry Dctoj. John Kelly and Hoghey 
Jb n s wn sop in Ethiopian acta, first par; and in tea hi des 
awery night. 
TxUrti Cossnopwllaan Dal Maaqae. 

The Third Cosmopolitan Bal Masque at Horticol- 
Sjssral Hall, is to eclipse any of the preceding ones 
Ja novoltw aad splendor. We refer ear readers to an 
advertisement in another column In which some of 
taw new features are ennumeraied. 
WsadwinTi Garde**, 

On Saturday and Sunday the Phoitle Troupe or 
•daatic and di»j ointed dancers in their original delin- 
eation! of the grotesque, and poetry of motion, Leg- 
awania,etc atooa Joseph will also fire his expound 
aanaon, with a man on ft. oo his shoolder. 
jsvCea. 

J. A Heme aod eompany win open at Lyoewm 
SalL Grand Central Hotel. Oakland, on Thursday 
aright, in "Rip Van Wmkle, " foroocnigh'.only. The 
esjsapanj will consist of J. A Heme, T. Wbiffen. EL 
D. Thompson. D. Bolasoo, P. Clearea, M. Feeney, B_ 
Marbell. G. T. Bird. J. Taylor, the clever litUesBel- 
Be Deares, Blanche Gallon, Ada Deares and Kate 
Uwtcy. Mr. Heme and company perform at San 
Jose oo Friday and Saturday. 

Oanfield and Booker, the grotesque and aeroDatte 
avsag and da not men. from the East, will make their 
Brat appearance at the Opera House, to-morrow «r- 
«*xmg. They bring with them an excellent reputa 
Wast for artistic ability. 



■T IDOL. 

A round, grave face, where Isrvc, brown eyes 
Are mostly sad— but oh ! when gay, 

From oat their depths a luBre flies. 
Whose lii*bt makes brighl the darkeflt day. 

A dainty seek in graceful posje, 
A comely cheek, whose carmine flush 

If full, but tender as the rose, 
Well named the modest, maiden blush- 

Oh, tresses touched with golden gleam ! 

Oh, classic face so calm and broad ! 
Oh, voice as Tarions as the stream ! 

Solemn in deeps— In shallow-loud ! 

But rmttJc In all— thou art 

An idol set In inmost shrine ; 
My life in life, I but the part 

Of life so wholly merg ed in thin e. 

The Italian Peasant. 

Thie child of earth and the ann, when 
tourinU are gone, will be lazily pruning 
Tines, loading the fragrant melon*, or danc 
ing and struggling to keep under the ripe 
grape, which laughing girl* pout knee high 
into his vat. Braced rather than wearied 
with his work, when evening comes he 
plunges his strong straight limbs, and tosses 
hiB chestnut curls in the blue waves of the 
little bay, and then hastens to meet his 
bright wife and little ones at the door of the 
church, where the villagers are joining to- 
gether before the kindly Presence in some 
simple prayer. The women draw their gay 
kerchiefs over their heads and away to bed 
as is good housewives' wont ; he turns to eat 
his luscious mess of maccaroni and love- 
applee under some vine-laden pergola, lis- 
tening the while to some cantastorie reciting 
in low impassioned tones the weird beauty 
of Armida, or the love "passing the love of 
women," which blessed the lives of Medora 
and Clarindano, the Niaus and Euryalus of 
chivalric legend. At last he turns home, 
caroling away a whole string of stonelli, a 
challeuge to the passer-by to match his skill 
in song. A cloudless sky, balmy air, fire 
flies flashing across the path, nightingales 
trilling in the gloom, nature glorious as on 
the first day, and man, too, still bearing: 
about something of the glory, because some- 
thing of the faith, of his first home.— Corn 
hill Magazine. 



Boll ft Down. 



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Blessed is the writer who can boil it down. 
The man who knows so well what he wants 
to say that be can come tu it in a few short, 
picturesque sentences, is the readable and 
quotable journalist of these days. People 
cannot wait, with the patience they used to 
have, to get at the pith of things. The 
railroad has educated them out of all pa- 
tience with slowness. The telegraph has 
completed that education, and at the same 
time incapacitated them from the endurance 
of words. "When we have to pay a fixed 
price — so many cents for a word — for every 
word we employ to express our mean in g, 
we are apt to learn to husk the sentence 
down to the kernel, and to value the art of 
expressing a thought with the husks off. 
We want the naked idea. Words are noth- 
ing. Language would be nothing if there 
was anything briefer to take its place. But, 
since it cannot be abolished, boil it down. 



"What makes you look so glum, Tom?"' 
"Oh, I had to endure a sad trial to my feel- 
ings." "What on earth waa it?" "Why, 
I had to tie on a pretty girl's bonnet with 
her mother looking on. " 



How to I>res« Well. 

Over two- thirds of the best dressed gentlemen 
in this city (those who dress in style we mean) 
would say, if asked the question where they had 
their clothes made, that they went to John Bull's, 
No. 109 Tnini street, and would also advise yon 
and your friends to go there if you want a perfect- 
fittuxr suit made in the latest style, from either 
imported or domestic goods, at the lowest price 
compatible with a good garment. e. 

Great Bargains la Clothing. 

The only store in the city that has^tae largest, 
cheapest and finest assortment of Men's and Boys 
Cofbing, is EL Peyser's Montgomery Avenue Co th- 
ing Store, 719 Montgomery street, between Wash- 
ington and Jaekson. Also, a large assortment of 
Men's and Boys' Overcoats and Cloaks, and the 
finest stock of Gents' Furnishing Goods, Trunks, 
Valises, etc. 2-x 

Bunker's Club Honse Sausages. 

A deticous table delicacy. They are made of 
dairy-fed pork, are admirably seasoned, and are 
as superior to the ordinary dry, tasteless sacs 
age made of beef and pork mixed, as anything 
can be imagined. Made fresh every morning at 
Bunker i gull. 74 and 75 California Market, Cali- 
fornia street entrance. Try them. 9-B 



■•rkkardr, 54* Wasblnctea street. 

French can* boots made to order for $8; box toed 
gait ers made to order for $S; oxford tie shoes made 
' order for •*> ; boys* boots made to order for $»; 
assd large assortment of boots and shoes, sH of 
atavkhardt's own make, at equally low sales, at 540 
Washington street. M 

Will not appear this season, brat the dlsappoint- 
saent is more than rape id by the beaoiaful display 
Of Christmas Goods at Mayers" Bazaar, 

Montgomery ---d Pine streets. 



The Mason 4 Hamlfcn Organs are acknowledged 
to be the most powerful, at the same tune girmg 
fartfa the rrwvetest tone of any other. Kohser, 
Chase k Co., 833 Clay street, w 



Utile Johnny's Competitions— T* -e e^ose 

This is a big fat bird wich Voddlee and 
swims. The reson it woddler* jg cos it haint 
got no noes* to its legs. 

Their foots, is got letter between the tose 
and here is a story Ive herd my mother tell 
till Ime jest sick. Wen we had in a goose 
for micklemi* H was lying on the kitchen 
table, and mother she hel the baby up to 
see the goose on the table. Wen the baby 
see its feet stickin up, with the lethers be- 
tween the toae, it said, the baby did, doosey 
dot gluvw on. But pirate storys is the sort 
for me. - %i . . . ~y ,-, 

Stoopid fookee is some times call geese, 
and I spose if geese toks among their self 
they calls the stoopid ones folks, wich is 
what I calls fair play. 

Once thep was an ole man that kep geese 
for a livin, and he was very ill, cos he cud- 
dent sleep well nites, and wen he did Bleep 
he had sich frifle dreema. So he sent for 
the docktor, and the docktor felt the ole 
mans puis, and lookt at his tung, and shook 
his his head, and said what waa hia aim- 
terns, and the ole man he said nite mares. 
Then the docktor said he knew that, but 
wot did the ole man dreem. The ole man 
tole the docktor that as soon as he suet his 
eyes at nite he thot bisself surrounded by 
geese, wich kep a snatchin out his hair with 
their bills. Then the docktor he said I cud 
tole you that wen I first see your tung, you 
mus thro away this piller, and make an 
other piller of fefchers wich you must jerk 
out of live geese. Wy, said the man, that 
is jee how I made this piller. 

Then the docktor said oh! oh! and went 
away, but the ole man he see how it was, 
and never stript any ^nore geese till they 
was tied. But thats the kind of pillersthat 
some foks dies on real peeceful 

Geese lays egs like hens, only bigger, and 
wen they are hatch the chicks is goslins, 
wich is green. Oncej my uncle Ned he 
fetched home a go&lia wich he had picked 
up, and he put in my sisters green work 
box. Then uncle Ned he said to my sister, 
I brot home sech a nice little duck, as wite 
as sno, have you see it any were, for I have 
lose it My sister said no, she haddent, 
hik it some were jes to teese him, but she 
said wy, uncle Ned! But he kep on a askin, 
and hintion like he thot she done it, til she 
was almose reddy to cry, for Ihe luvs uncle. 
Ned offer than anybody exoep her young 
man. Pritty soon, wenhehadgon,shewent 
to her green work box to git some thing, 
and there was the goslin, and wen she see 
it I tuot she wnd die. Then she took the 
goslin to the kitchen, and I watched her, 
like uncle Ned had tole me, and she hel it 
under the spout, and scrubbed it with a 
brush, to git the green off. But when it 
wuddent be wite she bust out a crine, and 
said uncle Ned wnd never, never, never 
bleeve her. Then I tole her how it was, 
and you never see such a happy girL She 
boxt my ears til I see stars ! But when 
uncle Ned come home with a new scarf he 
had bot for her, and laft at her, she forgive 
me. and made such a pet of that goslin that 
now it is grode np to be a regler noosence, 
but it is wite at last. 

-My sisters young man he says once upon 
a time ol the geese in a puddle got together 
to chose a king, but it was a long time be- 
fore they cud agree, cos them that dident 
want want to be king wanted to be prime 
minister, and these gabbled ol to once so 
tha was as bad as the others. And now, 
Johnny, my sisters young man said, how 
do yon gess tha sett-lee it ? And wen I said 
I didn't kno, he said wy, jes like reasonable 
humin beins; tha made a king of tne big- 
gest goose. 

Santa Clans 

Is not a myth if Hew Year's candies of every 
kind, shape aad color (both home-made and im- 
ported), is any proof of the existence of the time- 
honored dertj-, of presents for little ones. In fact, 
George Haas k Co., No. 20 Kearny street, has fac 
similes of Santa dans (in Candy) that are really 
good enough to eat. His holiday stock of home- 
made candies and bon-bon boxes cannot be ex- 
celled anywnere, as a visU to his store will show. E 



The Green steam. 

This popular resort of the profession and all 
epicures who can appreciate good liquors and a 
good lunch, is directly opposite the California The- 
atre, It has Just been beautifully fresjeord and is 
a modle of taste and elegance. Everybody 
goes to the Green Room between the seta x 



Dr, Doherty. 

Has devoted his study more particularly to 
ironic and srjecinc practsc, and as such is now 
•be mo** successful of any Physician in San Pran- 
Jseo. Office, 510 Sacramento street, corner of 
jeidesdorff, a few doors below the What Cheer 



The Emerson Piano is the finest and cheapest 
Piano in the market to-day for general use. Kob- 
ler, Chase k Co., 633 Clay street V 



Waahlns stet«rned In One Day. 

And we never disappoint, at the What Cheer 
Laondry. Ho Chinamen employed. 



by 



What Cheer Laundry. 
la X^ideadorff street, near Saeramemto 



Pianos to rent from $4 to $10 per 
Nobler, Chase & Co., No. 833 Clay street. 



The Old Mimt Keataorant. 

At this old established bouse, 605 Commercial 
street, above Montgomery, always noted among 
the boti vivants for its good things, can be procured 
the finest and best cooked Oysters, Steaks and Chops 
in town. Terrapins and the choicest brands of 
Wines and Liquors a specialty. Charges moderate 
0. M. Hepburn, the new proprietor, invites the 
pablic to give the "Old Mint" a trial. S-r 



Holiday Confectionery. 

A fine assortment of holiday candies and new 
styles of Christmas tree trinunings, fancy boxes, 
costume bon-bons, cornucopias, sugar fruits and 
ancy articles just received at J. Vogeley & 
Brothers, late of the Mechanics' Fair of 1874, 20 
Second street, near Grand Hotel * 

Do Not Sofler from Cera*. 

The unfortunate sufferers from Corns, Bunions 
club and ingrowing Nails, cab And Instant relief 
by applying at Dr. E. H. Cowan's Institute, re- 
moved to Six Kearny street, from 1 to 6 r. a. We 
•peak from experience; having tested the Doctor's 
capability. Eef erenee given if required. h 

The Winter Style*. 

All the latest Winter styles of bat have been re- 
ceived and are now oa view at "The" Hat Store, 
§47 Washington street. The variety is very large, 
and the prices charged at this weAl-known estab- 
Uohmeat are very reasonable. b 

The Antelope Oyster sloaue. 

Our specialty, always the best oysters hi market 
served np hi the best style of cooking. Our 
Eastem transplanted oysters excel any other in 
market Establish**! in ISM. Ho. SIS Market 
near Montgomery. ■ 



= 



OPERA HOUSE. 
EMERSON'S MINSTRELS. 



PART MRhT™ Grans Vocai and Instrumental Couwrt. 

nfTBODUCTORY OVEBTURE 

BALLAD-DONT BE ANGBY WITH ME. DAELINO 

COMIC SONG— WIDOW MAGEE 

BALLAD— BEIXE BRANDON 

COMIC SONG— EUlING IN A SL EIGH 

RAIXAD-YOU SEVER HISS THE WATER TILLTBi'wELI.'RUiJs'liRY.'.'...i. cTjiEasSi ! 

DescriptiTe Finale THK FKfcbHMAN'S CLASS 

TERMTNATTNG WITH 
MISS JE.VNIE sur.KMA.Vti Claulrol Kcprracnlatlon of Uic GODDESS III I Mill 1 1 

~P^UtT~!;ilclHm^G7a^ 

BUjHiT 1 E5MBRSON 
In a Budget of His atest Cems. 

The Musical Phenomenon. 

liil 

SQnrRE_WARDLE^j^R ; JCBMB^^ 

B<LLY EMERSON 

MR. GRABALL T „ m 

MR. EATALL J i f- £££££ 

BOBBY BREAKALL imV^.SSi 

M T> UP'UTl A.TT ■••■•••••••■•-•••■••••■••-..-.-................,_ ..CI I.IjX H 11 asi I 

SELECTIONS. 



The whole to conclude wHh the Laughable Sketch entitled 

Opposition is the Life of Trade 

¥i?i 52T3y£i? J - R KEMBLEIBILL BREAKALL BILLY AKLnraMM 

inSs G #L^ C s!! , BEN COXroN I BILL ROARER. ™S£cg|B 

t.i.di. . v i ....MliJS SMKKMAM 

KKRTCKnl The8i " m e«eT«lD li ; j. RICHARDMI 

WEDNESDAY, Jan. 13, First Appearance ol the Worid -renow/ied SONG and DANCE Mm, 
FRn>AY EVENING, Jannary 15th, Grand Complimentary BeneSt to 
MAGUTRE 8 NEW THEATRE TO LET. APPLY AT BOX OFFICE OF THE OPERA 



PIPER'S OPERA HOUSE. 

VIRGLMA (ITT, NEVADA. 

JOHN PIPER PBopanroB 



This Eleeant Theatre an be Kcnted bj 

the nieht or week. Start and traveling companies 
liberally treated with on application to 
JOHN — 



jn»tf 



r and Proprietor. 
Or to J. M. Met ABE, 

332 Buah street, San Francisco. 



METROPOLITAN THEATRE 

8ACBAMBSTO, 

TO RENT, 

By the Mlefar, .Week, or Month, frsm 

Nov. 1st. For terms apply at the Theatre, or by 
letter toW.K. MOBJSOW. Proprietor, Sacramento. 
N B. — I have no authorized Agent anywhere. 
LJkr mb24-U 



OPERA HOUSE, 

SAJ-i JOSE, CALA. 



This Beauaaltil and Newly Ecnovatrd 

Theatre Is W be let by the Night, Week, or Month, 
at reasonable terms. 
ap24*f G. BBOHASKA, Proprietor. 



MOZART HALL, 

STOCKTON, CAT, 

To Let by the Kjcrht or Week, Tor Dra- 
matic Performances. Concerte, Lectures, etc. at rea- 
sonable rates. Address J. A. Woodman, Proprietor 
and Leeaee. Stockton. For particulars enquire of 
W. D. Lewis. 50C Commercial street, San Fran- 
ciaoo. N. B. Music furnished on all 
ool3-tf 



SCOTT'S 

VARIETIES. 

Fan, Pleasure. Variety and 
Beauty. 

NO XIQUAXi. 
In this Pleasant Resort 

• ONE CAN 

E*«.»s an Evening 
MOOT DELIGHTFULLY. 

Here the KlndeM Attention la Tendered 
to Both Strangers and Kasldenta. 

The Proprietor having catered to the wants of th, 

FTTH-lOVnTG PUBLIC! 
Both Here and in Virginia City 

HAS ATTAINED A 
PanmlnrltT Fne<ralled OH nig OO AST I 

THE PRETTIEST^ OP TALEST! 

....AJTD.... 

TUT FINEST OF EVEBYTHTNG 

....AT.... 

MBS. SCOTT'S VARIETIES, 






....OOBNKS.. 



Sacramento art) Kearny Sts. 



ORO FINO THEATRE. 

POs.TI.AllD. Oreeesv. 

— Tr*— liu 

THEATRE R0VAL, Vietaiia. 

Lessee and Ibuiagerees; 

MISS FAKWT MORGAN 



,.«*« »l>«Te Theatres *re ustsf erpea tmr 

the Fall and Winter Season with a * " "Tn sahil 
Company. Stars having two or more ..mas, SI 
can apply as above, or to J. M. McC Atfifi. a 

Buah street, San Francisco aa*4 



PACIFIC HALL. 

CALIFORNIA THEATRE B^Ji-DI2TB 
SAX FK AWISC O. 



This Five Hall can l>e Rente* Tar s*t» 

ruatic Performances, Operas, Concerte. BaDa, !*»• 
turee, Benefits, etc., by the Night or Week, cm res> 
sonuble terms. Pad he Hall has just bbgsi esssssaflsl 
refitted, frescoed and sapplu d with a N ev Stave a*Jt 
Scenery, and will accommodate 1,500 liawims wH" 
every aeat in full view of tho stage. Par tarnu m 
ply at the Hall, to 
oc22 3m Th os. 9L sTssill 



CH3EYENNE OPERA HOrSX, 
CHEYENNE, WYOMINO TIRRITCRT. 

This Popular Theatre Has HemlN 
ly Refitted and Decoratedr Firstclaas Zkpa 

Companies or Dramatic Stars coming Eiast s 

treated liberally upon application either by tiTujBtssi 
or in person. Addrees all communication* to 
JAMKS UcDANBBL.. 



Lock Box No. 1, Cheyenne, Wyo. las. jsft 



McDANIEL'S THEATRE. 

CHEYINNE, WYOMING TERKITDtT. 

Open the Tear Round With aFlrvVrha* i 

'Variety Company. Variety Arista comsnt: ssaat mm 
at aD times secure Flrst-Class engagemeBSs. Masss 
be artiste of acknowledged ability and lariswi 
wardrobe. N"o others need apply. Address 

JAMES iicDAiOaaU 
Lock Box No 1, Caieyejme, Wyo. Ter. htl 



Beth Male and Female Tale* 

WiH do well by communicating arSsh us, 

017 THXIR WAY EAST OR WEST 

AS WI WANT GOOD ABTIBTA 

To Whom Ooad Salaries WJU kc raatt 

Aiinm M. B. LOiTORO A CO.. 

saw 



Theatre < 

Eransbaa, IT. 



THOS. W. BBZX * OCk. 

Brass Founders and FinisBera, 

BEER FAUCETS a Speciavrty. 
MAKITPACTDBKBg 

AND EEPAIEEK8 OF 

DRUMS, BANJOS, INC 

Cold and Silver Platers. 

SPOOKS and FORKS made as Good as S pat. 

s>Ms>su ctresi en the Banjo aad sbWsbbb> 

fitt Miation street, between First and Seoead. 

N. B— Fine-toned SUver Solo Banjos im aVassB 
slanals always os hand. jaJi-at 



pecx*ua.r. 



Wat. Aazazsaaaav 



T. B. Ron. 

KOSS * ABLDIGTOS, 



Exenance Baaudlng and Sale 

StabksTiB Tehaaua, off fiird Street 
Careof Eoardlug and Sale Horses a 
BtiertaHr. Sale Horses elwan ool 

band. Breaking and Fr— *»"g Colta, 



of Horses done with 



K. B. 



rVotbess' Psaaat llaontaea, whli 
tTerihodr. Prior, SIX IIOLLABS.^^ 



• 






Tlll.l ' >» 





is&m 



■MMM »•». 



* Bor*. Thsar. nasft tnfx»h*f*' 

»aw ruAjroaoo, widkwdat, jawfau 



VOL. XXI. 



SULLIVIN 

1 mCORHE/D 

•**•- 14 MonLioDicry Hwt, | 

a... I'. 1. 



HAVE YOUR PICTURES: 

NEW YORK GALLERY 

Iffo. 25 Third St., 

rumKtt 

UUm4 rimmOilj ft 1' 

j. ■ nrrat*. as y eraa*. — a. r. I nhii . 

rr»r< a-skls. 

PALACE OF FASHION, 

A. MORRIS, 

Merchant Tailor, 



CALIFOEUIA THEATEE. 




WUxi.N'-i 



Palace Amphitheatre. 

* nrnrr W«t N«niu«wirri and Mlasiun. 

Last XV" o o Is. Of 

RLXI.F1T OF H SS .TEiNNI LE «xxx^»x»jx-« 

ROYAL ITALIAN CIRCUS 



- rata' 



rmivnmo 



JANUARY 13 



TV r^itnaM .nil i 



CASTE1 CASTE! 



CUSTOM-MADE COOD8 ! 



ry%tij atari** ib«.r on tot«rv*t by .-*1)>'.* and 











kirn 




■MS) MM 1 


r« 


ii i it* it* 


i \ ■ 

EMU hi; 



Song and Dance, "The Girl With the Curl" 

X3TP" TVH«»ar» AATNTITB HtGOS. 



Afler I 

New Songs, "Ask Mamma," and "The Big Bonanza !" 

3btt Mtos a-Tgijvjxrixj xJtb-jb. 



luda -ill, tha An.ualuK Karet ,.( THE 



My Prices Defy Competition. 

Ull 4 Ml <OMI\(l till l>l III -. 

Basincm Bail* $30 

S X Reatf r Dress !»iiits 55 

Melton uremiata 10 

Caaslinere Pant a 7 

BUrk BeaTer Pants 10 

8Uk Velvet Vests- 9 

A.. XkXOXI.Zl.XCi, 

Wo. 17 SecondStre et ; 

• •poallr (.noil Hotel. 









8. 

.1 1' 

.. ROBERT 
R 



« ll.trn 
OBAFMAS 



llll K.-.IM,. J1M4K1 I lll>. 

MULDER-FABBRI MEMORIAL ENTERTAINMENT. 



Frida y, J ivnitv isiii. 

When will Ijo presented the Popular Flay of 



After which MR. HENRY ES-WARDS will recite for the first time WILL CARLETON'S Poem, 

• OVH2*t THE HILLS TO THK POOH HOUSE.' 

Tbe performance concluding with, for the first tim.e l*ero, the Amusing Farce of 



8ATUKi*AY. ;;•••■ ••••••• ••••••••••• ;" NE ^ ^y A ^v^ Eis '' y„ ATiSEiR - 

MONDAY, January 18th, First Appearance in California of the Great Emotional Actress 



Hot-a l>,'i HI.I..I-. on l>i„n 1lK 

"!* ***** BKUOK -ui Main.,. 

-'"-Ki ii r i.kk,_\ Lui>u or duuirhi 

PEOOHAMMB rOR IHIs EVEBINO. 

I ati.itiirr "\nl,n,-„- terill 

muillsllM. 
■ llll l|l I I VN I IM I It, I.r.,.,.1 lioli.ll,,.,. I,r 

1 ' 1 •',.,' I.. nil. Mini, iiiki, r llir 

r„n, ii, ,,,! .,r .|<. Mm (iiitKlM, ay 1,1. t»i»r 
, "I. llllltU III." 
I I 11- IM M -1 IM I 

-II. 1 1 , IK, 1. 1,1.1 AMI HOI 

I llllll.ril.IIK l.rnail lasllliii Ul mrr Ran 
.in, I (..Ira, In Ihr l„„„ a (rrolr I II I OIKIKO 
I I II * »„ Ihr t.n.1 Au.lr.lluu .l,',|,lirbaMr 
"1 Oil la." 

.". UOMT1, Ihr (..linn I'll .MitlLiili.r Pom. In 1,1. 

t.real let „l Ino llluri.rr. lull o,l ,i< rd u> M r 

I.I 1-1 I'l'l llll IKTM. 

I lii" ii IKIN-II! II III ttlllltl. 
• II I.I.IIM, I \ n: ioiiiii\ hm 

Klkl III Kl Ml llll 
7 I I I I llll Mill III I (I III, 41M l.„„,l li.rr.- 
lllU let ill. Il.ir., Inn k 

MuorlUl BUCa II III nu.l Hadnnir OMIIII. 

H ritlX ll'll llll 1>1IIIA\ Ml 

•l.in.l, „r IIIKIILKT 
•■<>"> Mat. 11 IHMIt. 

INT] PES. 

t GRA.VD HIH II 4 IK II "flnltiii uurr 

OIK II IM I! 1. 

iii not ill. i: iiori/om ii, nut 

IIIWKS. I Ui-IM .OKI I.1MII] 

II EMPEBttB \OltlO\ Till- Th.i..,l,i:lil,i,,l Call. 
r.irnlun ll.n.r, |i,i. . lui ., .1 by .IffMOr IIIIIKIM 
I.nn. Il.r Mrll-I.t.im i. l:i. Iiii. ii Mnlilc in, vl, in. 
Id hi, il.-i.i.i-lurc «>>. I. la I n.i Your. inlr.iilii.-rd by 
Slt.ior I.I IKll'l-L I IIIAK1IM 111 a l.rnnil II l\. 

RUK ait. 

12 Till: QIEEN OF THB ARIVA. Scnniltn Itl'.I.KV 
IT HA, 111 lli-r I ..rlv.Uli-,1 I ...... (.In I. Arl „n 

Rnrrliiu-k lloriti'. Ilii,,.. Ilr. 11 4UM.lt 

l:l .1 lit AMI ItOV AAli.uIlilliiIt I'.nl of luulllli- 

rlum By *AKAI ITIOKK1II nu.l 11(11 

14 TRIM K AVU IIH.I. II.. l>,o hl.lily irnlm .1 
Ho. ..-. Inf.. Kl..,-.. I 1,3 8ICI101- ii. I^lll AK1M 

IT, I.II4MI IIKM ll'll I 111 MKI l.V AIT Rt Ihr 
I'nhllr-s FiiTorlK', Ihr luilouill.iljl, ROMEO HE- 
UlslllN. 

in sii;mir rut inti. The Bancleas Nondrscrlpl. 

II-THE CIIRSK IV riM-rOl IaiIi.ic llui.ll. 

Ac! «u Tour Rurrliat-k Ponirn 

Mnalrr TOMMY LEO.K 



NOTICE. SMOKING STRICTLY PROHIBITED 

AFTERNOON Matikees every Wriinesday and Saturdat 
Ailimsiion to tbe Matinees. 50 cents. Ohildren, Halt-Price. 
Doors open at 1 o'clock. Performance to commence at 2. 



WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY, 

Last Allervoon Matinees 



24 Post St . San Francisco 



TSM IJ»n<-*( and Rr.i Ito.lnrru. C«Ucee 

•ai Umi Coavtx. lui rra-luAto* un qoAllflcd for buil- 
tm Atvl «Tukvbl«d lo Oil IuctoUto RltUAUotu at onc«. 
Ywmrm men afmuia cumlai) thU ichool before at- 
I mdtmi rJtWMbt?rr. For fu/oruu.ti(.iTi c«Jl at the 
••»». No. M Pout «t»wrt, or addreai E. P. llrnhl, 
•» Krantuaco, oclb-tf 



"TS1E VILLA," 

At tOa N«> 

GOLDEN GATE PARK, 

Tfce Baildiog hav.DK Ja»t baao ooapUtetl, li 
■«5*»o*n l»«0 to li« poiJliOa To* aooaa !••!•- 
Oftotli rnmiaQud. aad bas 

Four Pablio Parlors. 

— AMD— 

Ten Private Dining Rooms, 

Tbe wboltbalnaj boilt.nat like a pablio hotel 
bat ae It U natnad 

An Elegant Villa. 

-T*** v H t »l' *• located at the but or oorth-wwf 
•ra nte oi tbe Park. 

CUIDO MANCENBERC. 

PROPBIETOR. ilf-10 




PROGRAMMES, 
And all kltuti of Priutlne for 

Shows, Lectures, 

Concerts, Theatres, 

Excursions, Ac. 

AT LOW BATKS, BT 

B. P. STESETT, 

532 OLAT STHBET. 



Attention, Good Livers! 

P. B. SERGES A CO., 
MIXERS' RESTAURANT, 

Pre- 

I, ha. 

i to. 




MkrSeS A.V1 —— — Hf lM m fcJ* ■■■ ■■ ■,! im ni Tf- 

•.,*"' Om B1IU of Far. rabrac ^] thb dall 
■ mrla il.fto "Wmo; .Oar Motto la "dood Faro, 
wad Oooklnf and Moderate Obarii^." 
Oj»o from 5 a. ». lo 10 r. M. loM-tf 

UluadWX^saamrrr Lai Ull IM Market 

*— f>awpi ««■■», ui«j.»a. 



THE CUFF HOUSE! 

ROARING OCEBNI'TURGING BREAKERS 
FOAMING SURF, hlOnSlER SEA LlONS 

Appetizing Breakfasts, Lunches, 
Dinners and Suppers. 

BRING VOTJR WIFB! 

BU1NC1 VOUH PAMrLYl 

BRING YOUR LADY FRIBNOft 

And *oJo» a t.*w of the finsi,, O'-KAl* rAKO- 

BAM A IN n..v WORLD, Rllinaigbt ol 

tbe wirld-reno-vaed 

Golden Gate. * 

W'th a fleet, of wnitu.wlDRed ra^MeoKarB eoterin* 
from every uart of t he oominerolal world.' 

•e»-New Line Bnnsee, oonneotlnc witb Street 
Oar» at Lose Mooatakn every 15 aiiataa hernaftai 
for thaOhff lionae jjl-Lf 



X-,A.rVGr J LJb;Y , «* 

SAN TOANCISCO DIRECTORY, 

1B75. 

Established. 1857. 

The PrlntlnK of the Above Reliable 

work has boon commenced, audita completion will 
be secured as earl; as the character of the work will 
permit. In tbe meantime, tho undersigned will es- 
teem it a favor to be notified of any change of 
firms, removals, new arrivals in the city, or any 
other alterations or omissions that may have taken 
place since the information for the work 'was col- 
lected by the cauvasaers. 

HENRY 0. LANQLKT, Proprietor, 
010 Olsy street, near Montgomery, Up Stairs. 
Jal2 



OAKLAND DISTRIBUTING AGENCY 

TA.YJLO» afc CO., 

Bill and Card Distributors 

FOB OAKLAND Olid Vicinity. 

Will faithfully make attributions 

Circulars. Dodgers, Cards, 

And every description of 

Printoci Matter 

At most Reasonable rates. 
TAYLOR it CO. DISTRIBUTE 

" FXOARO " 

In Oakland every day. and are to be rotted, upoo ■ 

AST Order. Botr l TCd at thi n Offl er. 
TBX HOUSEHOLD rURNISBTNG CO 

StS PINK STREET, SAH FRAKOIBOO. 

Tanned, PLtnlahcd, Japannrd, Wooden 

and Rattan Ware, Braaa, OopiMr, Ptt^tlUt and 
Plaaad Oocala. 

Ornamontnl and Areutto HoumooU 
ArtlolM. de»lu 



LEAVY BRO. & CO'S. 

Own Brand of Imported 

Consolidated Virginia 
CIGARS! ' 

RE8IMA VICTORIAS. 

WHOLESALE DEPARTMENT, 

50i> Montgrowiery St- 

RETAIL, 

Cor. of BnKh and Kearny. Luuj'cI Palaec. 

jaa-a*. 



To the Unfortunate. 

Dr. Gibbon's Dispensary. 

No. ti23 Kearny Street. Corner of 

ConimerciiiJ, Son Francisco. Entrance on 
Commercial Established In 1654. for the 
treatment and cure of all diseases ot the uri- 
nary and generative organs, and all physi- 
cal conditions or Weakness consequent 
upou the enors or ignorance of the soxea. Skin dis- 
ease (of years' standing) and rheunmtisni, success- 
fully treated. The sick and the afflicted should not 
foil to call upon him. The Doctor has traveled ex- 
tensively in Europe, and Inspected thoroughly the 
various hospitals there, obtaining a great deal of 
valuable information, which he ia competent to 
impart to those in need of his service!.. Dr. Gibbon 
wili make no chaise iinksa he ellYelii ;i. cure. 

Address DR. J. F, GIBBON, Box 1957. 8au 
Francisco. no25-tf 



OFFICE 

OF 

Daily Evening Pos? 

HAS REMOVED TO 

Northeast Corner 
SACRAMENTO & BIONTGOWERY. 

ja2-lw 



S20 Homes. 

200 Men Wanted to Buy Lots in tho 

ANTISELL TRACT -BERKELEY 

$20 down, balance $10 per month. $200 each. 
Auction Price. Cheapest ever offered. 

Ai»i>ly at 

ANTISHLL PIANO ROOMS 

MO Wa_slilnctou Street. dois-lf 



DR. FERDENANDERZ, 

So Celehmted for his Sueeea. In the 

treatment of all diseases of men and women has 
bit office at 

215 Kearny Street, bet. Bnab * Sutter. 

Hours 10 A. at. to 1 r. *. and 3 r. X. to 6 y. «. 



GEO. A. CASK, 

DBKTTia T, 
n HonKonarry Street, 

Opp. Lick House. 



Pianos ! Pianos ! 

....WITH..,. 

"Barbarism and Civilization." 



Now it b true that musio doog refine, 
It is the red rose on the humau vine. 
But turn the idle air to murmurH sweet, 
Mark the effect upon the crowded street. 
Cares are forgot, the step elastic grows. 
The fretted current softer, smoother flows. 
And man his fierceness or his guilt eschews, 
The hypochondriac forgets bis blues. 
Windows jump open; Biddy shades her eyea, 
The very Chinaman shows some surprise. 
The little boy, 'tis needless to explain, 
Runs for the music with his might and main. 
If thus for good the enchantress wields herpower 
All California homes should have this flower. 

And the Opportunity Is Now Open. 

Families of limited means invited to examine the 
Large Stock of PIANOS just arrived at 

I05 STOCKTON STREET, 

Every Celebrated Blah or Represented 1 

In New and Used Instruments, and at Prices 
Within the reach of«dl. 

Lovers of Art Come and See 

"Barbarism and Civilization," 

Those expressive and elegant ideas in tbe form 

of beautiful female faces. 

jtST CHOICE 0HR0M0S AMD PAINTINGS a 

All welcome— buying or not. Howard Building. 
ja9-lw W. TO-WNHEND. 



[Lato Stage Manager of Maguire's New The- 
atre, fermerly Business Manager and Ageut 
ef Sti-akoach-Nilsson Concert, MaroUk 
Italian Opera, Grau's Opera Bouffe, 
Wyndham Comedy Coiup'y, Jane 
Coombes' Comedy Company, 
otc, etc] 

Bees to J inform the Profession and !'..(.- 

lie that ho ia prepared to organize, manage and ar 
range on moderate terms 

Concerts, Benefits, Theitrieals, 
• Amateur Performances, 
Tableaux, etc. 

And Entertainments of all kinds, PITBLIO AND 
PRIVATE, to furnish, if rcuuired, 

Professional Aid, Costumes, Properties 

Accessories. 

To give attention to proper aud suitable pul Licit* 
advertising, etc. 

Parties undertaking any kind of Amnseuieiir,. En- 
tertainments, will save money and secure eflk-iency 
by entnietiug their business to 

I5i. OHSPaT1133JSI. 
Address: Mocnire't Mew Theatre. 

jtST Artists will oblige by forwarding fafo'ei, 
altieB and addresses. ejolOtf 

KOCKAWAY OYSTER HOUSE' 

3004 Market Street, Rear Junction of 
Market and Powell. 

Choicest Oysters, Chops iin«l 

Steaks served to order at all hours. 
SUPPERS for Partita and K.umliea 
promptly supplied. The patroua," of 
our friends and the 'public is respect- 
fully solicited: HENRY LANGE, 
ED. KREIIMKE. 
oo30-tf Proprietors. 



STOCKHOLDERS* MEETING. 

HOME KUTUAX nJ8TJRAN0ECOlIP.ANy. 

The Annual Meeting or tike Stoe^hold- 

ers of the Home Mutual Insurance Company Dili be 
held at the Company's office, 406 California, Btreet, 
In this city, on MONDAY, January 18, 1875, for the 
ulection of Directors for the ensuing year. Polls 
will be open from 1 o'clock until 4 p. at. 

CHAS. R, aiORY, Secretary. 
Ban Francisco, January 7, 187&. is* td 



The Celebrated Pan Roast 

Either California or Eastern Oysters 
Cooked to Order at 

SOLOMON TESMORE'S 

Stalls, 57. 58 and 60 California Market 
(Entrance on Pino street,) 
Families and Restaurants supplied at short notlco 
de!7-lm 



J. C. COMBES, 

TEBRAPIN LTJ1VCH, 

Terrapin Constantly on Hand 

Oysters In every style. PRIVATE! 
POR. PARTDI8. 

dec 31-tf 



SUPPER ROOMS FOR PARTLE8. 



MORACHAN& LYNCH. 

DKALltRS IN 

Oysterft, Clnms and all kinds 

of Shell Fish, Stall OS California Mar- 
ket. San Francisco. Open Day and 
Night. Families, Public and Private 
Parties, Hotuls, Shipping and Reatau- 
ranto supplied. 

GEORGE MATES, 

Dealer in Oysters, Clams, and 

all kinds of SHELL FISH, Stalls Noa. •» 
40, 41, 4*2, Call fomfa Market, entrance 
on Califomls street. 

Public or private parties sod families suppUt 
from C a. m. to u y u. Lsdiea' and GeDtlemen' 
Oyster Roome spsnJrom 6 x. af. to 13 i: u.. de27) 



X XG-AJE*.€y 



THE OBGAN OF AMUSEMENTS. 



Pahlisbed Bvery Da? In the Tear, by 

I Merchant and 537 Washington Str 

fcelow Montgomery. S* Francisco. 



WEDNESDAY JANTTARY 13 



Fintnl «1 T. .U John*. 

The remains of T. L. Johns, late editor 
of the Figaro, were buried yesterday after- 
noon, from Pacific Hall, with simple but 
interesting cere monies. The obsequies were 
in oharge of the Bohemian Club, which 
was represented by many of its members. 
The coffin was brought into the Hall a few 
minutes after 2 o'olock P. *., and placed in 
front of the preacher's desk used by Rev. 
Mr. Reiford on Sundays. The pall-bearers 
were Harry Edwards, Thomas Vivian, 
Charles Vivian, Richard Kohler, Samuel 
Genese, William Porter, Thomas New- 
comb and G. B. Densmore. The mucic 
was by a quintette choir, consisting of Mrs. 
Mills, Miss Trehane, Jo3. Maguire, J. E. 
Tippett and S. W. Leach, which sang tbe 
sacred song, "Rest Spirit Rest," as the 
procession entered the Hall T. J.' Vivian 
then made a few appropriate remarks com- 
plimentary to the deceased. The choir 
sang the tender and exquisite melody, 
"Come Unto Me," from "The Median." 
Thomas Newcomb made a speech, which, 
brief though it was, was the most extended 
of the afternoon. It was full of gentle ap- 
preciation of the dead journalist. Mr. 
Newcomb was followed by Laura Cupjy 
Smith, the Spirit iali3t, who has been for 
the last few months in San Francisco. She 
■poke with head uncovered standing at the 
head of the coffin. She fully concurred in 
the words that had bean spoken by those 
who had been fellow journalists with him 
who was gone, and excused her verbal trib- 
ute by Baying that he had been a true friend 
of woman, and it was highly becoming that 
a wife and mother should speak at his fune- 
ral. Mrs. Johns arose, and with great emo- 
tion said that for the last eighteen months 
her husband had lived a tragedy, and 
death came to him simply as a release. J. 
G. Russell sang the beautiful air "Flee as 
a Bird to the Mountains," which has added 
a touching interest to several similar melan- 
choly occasions. Those present took a last 
look at the remains, which were soon after 
removed and accompanied to the cemetery 
by relatives and intimate friends. 

That which was said was not inappro- 
priate, and much deep feeling was mani- 
fested. Many journalists and members of 
the theatrical profession were present — 

Chronicle, 

i m 



rfelM-Llke. 

A lady took her little four -year old down 
town on the horse-cars, and the man who 
loves children took the little one on his 
knee. On the return trip, the seats were 
all taken. No gentleman mo ved. ' 'Moder" 
said brijht eyes, "ain't somebody wid nos- 
sing in their laps going to take me up V* 
There was a scramble for that precocious 

one. 

. . ^ 

The Boston Courier says: 

In Montreal, the other day. a Scotch girl 
I > tirely refused to have the ceremony 
■Mifocmed, because the man she was to 

i y was six minutes late in arriving at 

JU36. 

s*>» should have thought of the old adage, 
r late than never," before she took 
hat positive resolution. 

1H:tnncers 

Of Amusements, Excursions, Lectures, and 
Concerts, arc directed to tho splendid Printing 
EsrnMishmcnt of B. F, Sterett, 533 Clay Street, 
over the San Francisco Market. The largest Post- 
■ ere, tn Plain or Fancy Colors, are turned out in 
the shortest possible space of time. Also, Beau 
tlful Prwrrammes, Tickets, etc., etc, printed to 
nit the most fastidious. Sir. Sterett keeps con- 
*a:itlr on hand a fine line of bright colored pa- 
pers of ever? shade, and the prices charged for 
' those »ri very little in advance of plain white 
■ptx- Streamers of various Biaes, from 18 to 42 
nch letters, In stock, of all colors of paper and 
ink. Theatre Manager* are especially invited to 
call for estimates, This well-known Prinking House 
was established by the present proprietor in 1SS0 
and has been in successful operation ever since 
t S-cJ 

Fhotecraphlc. 

Edouart ft Cobb 5<X Kearney street, produce 
Pastel Palntines whi«h arc superior to either Oil 
ar Water Colors. Enlargvroeote in .ill styles, gen- 
eral photographic work guaranteed. 9-bh 
For the Holidays. 

A splendid assortment of fine Watches, Jewelry, 
Silverware, etc, at very low prices, at H. A. Col- 
lender's, N. W. corner Mission ami Second streets. 
Every article warranted. T 



The original "Swain's Bakery" is now established 
m then* magnificent new place at 213 Sutter street 
ne r Centra Market, and has added a lunch room 
and ice ere****! saloon. This is their only place of 
hosinees. 

SometMne Elegant. 

Tbe largest and most magnificent assortnient of 
Jewelry and Silver-ware, can bo found at Messrs. 
VanderBliee & Co. No 136 Sutter street, l 



Those Lady Cnnnaste. 

A number of lady pymnapts are i 
tho rooms of tbe I 
club in Sao Francisco. They do their con- 
tortions in Blippars, Btriped atnckii ■ 
trousers and other things, in wttioh costume 
they axe said to look sweetly pretty. They 
run, jump, swing, pull weight*, ana do low 
of difficult things. The schoolmarms are 
given to practioe on the trapeze and hori- 
zontal bar, while it is noticed that the mar- 
ried women mostly devote their efforts to 
practice in Bwinging the heavy clubs.— 
Boston CoutiT. 

Yes, and yon should see how they have 
improved since that notice was published. 
They now turn flipflaps with the greatest 
of ease, and do wonderfully clever things 
on the flying trapeze. Their exercises are 
now witnessed daily by hundreds of our 
first-class citizens with every evidence of 
delight Miss Polly Ann, "the Pride of 
Olympians," can turn ten back somersaults 
in succession so quick that it will make 
your head B^vim without affecting her own. 
The feats of the lady gymnasts have be- 
come so popular that the manager of the 
Olympic Club was forced last week to put 
up a card notifying the public that encores 
were positively prohibited. This is, as it 
should be ! The public has no right to de- 
mand encores at a free exhibition, and es- 
pecially not of ladies. Some of the lady 
gymnasts propose organizing a traveling 
company in the Spring, and will visit Bos- 
ton on a professional trip in June next. If 
the editor of the Courier should then feel 
iuclined to chaff them in his columns, he 
had better look out for the married women 
who "mostly devote their efforts to practice 
in swinging the heavy clubs," for they 
might take a notion to call and practice 
on him awhile. 



Sound Your Horns.— Louder ! 

The Bulletin publishes the United States 
Law regulating the government of Fog 
Signals on board of steamers and vessels of 
every kind in foggy weather, as apropos 
of the late collisions. The Collector is to 
furnish a printed copy of its provisions to 
the master of every vessel trading in this 
port, and is required to promptly punish in 
a manner provided by law, all violations 
thereof. One of its provisions is that 
whenever it is foggy on the water, "steam 
vessels under way shall sound a steam 
whistle at intervals of not more than one 
minute. Sail vessels shall sound a bell, 
or a fog horn which shall make a sound 
•qual to a steam whistle, at intervals of not 
more than five minutes." 

If this law is pushed to its literal reading 
the Collector will have his hands full of 
cases in no time. We deem it our duty to 
apprise the Government officials that it re- 
quires an artist of the first water — with a 
good deal of stimulant thrown in, to make 
from a tin-fog'-horn "a sound equal to a 
steam -whistle." It might be done by a 
Levy or a Dick Kohler, but no amateur 
tin-horn playing, fresh-water-craft captain, 
in the harbor, can do it; and we are willing 
to back our opinion to any reasonable 
amount on the assertion. It would take 
the lungs and vocal organs of a jackass to 
comply with the requirements of that law, 
and we doubt if that patient animal could 
do it for any length of time on a tin-fog- 
horn. 



Abend of Ills lesson. 

A clergyman taught an old man in his 
parish to read, and had found in him an apt 
scholar. After the lessons had finished he 
had not been able to call at the cottage for 
some time, and when he did he only found 
the wife at home. "How's John?" said the 
clergyman. " He's canny, Bir," said the 
wife. "How does he get on with" his read- 
ing?" "Nicely, sir." "Ah? I suppose he 
will read his Bible very comfortably, now." 
''Bible, sir! bless you, he was out of the 
Bible and into the newspaper long ago." 

Tbe Tonus Man from tbe East. 
" Im a stranger in this city, 
Pm lately from the East, 
And mighty fond of oysters; 
Where can I get a feast i 
I've been to all the restaurants, 
But nowhere could I find, 
A plate of Eastern oysters. 
Of the old fashioned kind." 

"Well, I can tell yon," said bis rriend, 

"Exactly where to go. 

And where to get your oysters, 

Direct from where they prow. 

Just take a stroll down PINE STREET, 

At 410. opposite the Market, 

Toull see a sign, THE SADDLE BOCK, 

You cau't fail to remark it. 

"Emerson Corville keeps the place, 

Tho hest saloon in town, 

There you can get your oysters raw. 

Or fried so crisp and Drown. 

He's the largest oyster dealer 

On the Pacific Coast, 

And that he keeps the freshest 

Has ever been his boast. 

"He%got nice little private rooms. 
Where you can sit at ease. 
And eat your California stew, 
Or Eastern if you please. 
All the voting men of fashion go 
Rizht to the SADDLE ROCK, 
To eat their EASTERN OYSTERS 
And drink their Rhenish hook.** 



Ue-dleal Wonder. 

The great cure for rheumatic and other pains, 
colds, sprains, etc. For sale e* wj where. l 



Fre*b and Sweet 

For the .bestconfectionerT.^o to Oantr and 



Astonishing. 

It is refJlj astonishing, the low prices at which 
Zacharias, the jeweler, sells his goods. Any one 
passing along Kearny street, near Sacramento, 
wHl be attracted by the magnificent display, s 



t Pmob is Dbculrhd in all families whs bay their 
furniture and bedding of J. A. Shaber & Co., 707 

Market street, near Third, because tb«y get bette 
good! for the same price than any other dealers. 



Clara* Antonia, M. D., de Pari?, Business and 
Medical Clairvoyant and Indej>cndont Trance Me- 
dium, 144^ Poet, street, near Lmpont. Correct di 
agnosia and special attention to the treatment o 
diseases. Coztsultatioos in French, German and 
Engtiah. ^ fro 

If Yon 

Feel the need of phosphorus (nerve Eooo 
course of sea-watw baths it the SaaHarUnri fnot of 
Powell street. North Beach, fcx-.-luisve department 
ntd lady attendant for ladies, Bve tlckel 

6-q 



Blankets nntl Flannel* 
Well washed and not spoiled) at the What Cheer 

Laundry , 



NE W ADVE RT1SEMENTS. 

CAUFORNIA THEATRE 

John McCullouqh Proprietor and Manager 

Bartos Hill Acting Manager 

MRS. JUDAH 

Bega to announce that 
The First in two years, will take place on 

Friday Evening, January loth 

When will be presented the powerfal emo- 
tional play dramatized Jrorn Wilkie 
Collins' famous novel of 

The New Magdalen 



BOX SHEET NOW OPEN. 



ja^-td 



HENBY HOLSCH, 

' HAS JUST OPENED A 

NEW & ELEGANT RESTAIPWJ 



Ttfo. 417 Flzie Street 

Between Montgomery and Kearny Streets. 

Tbe Above Popular Restaurateur boa 

fitted up hla New Restaurant in the moat elegant 
style. 

Always on Hand the Choicest Viands 
the HLarket Affords, 

PRIVATE ROOMS FOR FAMILIES. 

nCXBY HOEAf H, 

Jal3-lm 41" Fine street, opposite tbe Market 



Dividend Notice. 

SAVINGS AND LOAN SOCIETY, 
6 I 9 Clay Street. 

The Board of Director* jhnvr declared 

a dividend for the six months ending December 31st, 
1874, of nine 19) per cent, per annum on all deposit*, 
free of Federal tax. and payable on and after Janu- 
ary 15, 1875. By order. 
jal3 2w CYRUS W. CARMANY, Cashier. 



THAT IS SO. 



Beautiful and Substantial Sett* 

of Artificial TELTH only $10, and war- _ 
ranted equal to any work in New York or San Fran- 
cisco. Beautiful Gold and Platina Filling for $1 
and upwards, and warranted for life. Twenty years 
experience in New York City. Office. 34 Poststreet. 

between Montgomery and Kearny 

jaH DR. LUTHER, Dentist. 



ftORTH PiCIFrC COm ItMUO&D. 

... .BETWHBK.... 

SAN FSANCISCO AND TOMALES. 



On andnfrer Monday, p^- p — -—,,., M ,. 
January 11, 1875. Passengers IfM t Tlifff aa8 f i Hffir 
will leave ■*»■ " ■■ ■ ■ M* 

8 AN FRANCISCO Daily at 2:30 P. M.. by Ban- 
celito fen-y boat, from Davie street Wharf, connec- 
ting with train for Tomalee; and 

TOMALE3 Dally at 8 a_ m.. connecting with 
Sauoelito ferry boat at Saacelito. ' 4 

BVHDAY. 

Excursion Trains will ran as f ar an Oiema, Pas- 
sengers will leave by Saucelito ferry boat from Davis 
street Wharf, at 8 A. u., and arrive on return to 
this city at same wharf at 4:35 p. M., giving from two 
to six hours time at various points on the road. 
Fare, for the Round Trip. $2 to all BtaWoos wort 
of Fairfax, and >l to Fairfax and all Stations east. 

• FREIGHT. 

Through Freight Trains, with a Passenger Oar at- 
tached, will leave Sauoelito at 6:30 a. m., on Tues- 
days, ThnrsdayR and Saturdays, and will leave To- 
males on the fame days at 1 p. 11. 
JBll-lm G. F. HARTWELL, Superintendent 



MONEY TO LOAN! 

FPSN STACKS, BOMBS, UU ESTATE, 

LIFE DJ8UBASOB POLICIE8. AMD A T.I, 
OTHEB GOOD OOLLATBIiALS. BY 

JOHN T. LITTLE, 

ds31-lm 4061 OAJjyOBlTIA STKEET. 



OVERLAND HOUSE, 

Sacramento St., Near Montgomery. 

The Best and Cheapest FDBXI31TED 

ROOMS in San Fraodsoo. With or without board. 
J. E SUNKEY. Proprietor. 
N. R. Also Proprietor of "BON TON** Saloon, 
California Theatre. Bash street. do29 




tsaohing hecinnora. 



CL&T-STREB1 

- RIOIMC ACADEMY, 

8U* liny Street, co* 
Stock, ton. 

- Tali i> t0P molt elnyani 
and oo!nai->dioas R^in.' 
AcsJeroT ia toe city; o^eii 
o*y and areniag. Partis* 
oUr attention paid to 

UARSHAliL. Proprietor 



Tho Decker Grand Piano is the Kixs of aQ oth 
era, without exception. Kohler, Chase ft Co. 



SAN FRANCISCO BATHS 

AKD 

Hairdressing Establishment. 

•36 "vTaAhlneton street, 
below Kearny. PRIORS RE-_ 
DUCED: Baths, 25 cents. Sbav-^ 
bag, 25 cents. Hair ontting. 25 
cents. Shampooing, 25 cents. 



HORTICULTURAL HALL. 

WINTER CARDEN. 

(Stockton Street, between Post and' Sutter Streets. 

Saturday, January 23d. 
GREATER JJUN EVER. 

THIRD GRAND 

COSMOPOLITAN 
PjRLlSZJE? 

Bal Masque! 

Look at the Creat List of 
Attractions. 

FULL BALLET CORPS 

Under the direction of the Charming 
Daneeuse, 

Miss AMY BENNETT 

Will perform In OLD ENGLISH MORBIS 

DANCE. MAYPOLE DANCE 

PARISIAN LADIES' 

QUADRILLE. 

Grand Pageant Procession! 

Presenting A 

CO GRESS OF ALL NATIONS 1 

Allegorical and Realistic, introducing 

The Buffalo of the "West; the Camel of the East 
Our Darwinian Ancestry. Grand Chariots and 
Horses. Rich Appointments, Elaborate and Mag- 
nificent Costumes, forming a noble picture of unpar- 
alleled richness and splendor. 

QUADRILLE DISLOQUE 

(Original) 
By the New French Troupe or Dancers ! 

SCHMIDT &~SCHL0TT'S 

GRAND ORCHESTRA OF 30 PIECES. 

Six Valuable and Artistic Prizes 

Will be awarded as follows : 

TO LADIES— The Handsomest Costume; the 
U st Correct Costume; tbe Most Orig.nal Costume. 

TO GESTLEMEN— Ooanimo and the best sus- 
tained Original Character; the most correct Costume 
and Character; the most eccentric Costume and 
Character. 

LADIES' PBIZES. 

Bnperh Oxide Silver Casket, covered with elabo* 
rate and artistic carvings in bss relief. 

Elegant Bohemian Glass Toilet Set, riobly colored 
and gilt, with fine enamelled medallions on each 
piece. 

Full Size Qaarto Morocco Album, richly orna- 
mented and glit. 

€E\TLE)IEVS PRIZES. 

Monster Meerschaum Pipe of great value 

Handsome Bronze Carved Inkstand. 

Tortoise shell Clear Cases. 

j£d" Ttie Prizes will be exhibited ona week before 
the Ball, at JOHN HAG MAX'S Store, 333 Mont- 
gomery street, under Odd Fellows' Hall. 

Special HJotloe. 

The immense success of the COSMOPOLITAN 
BALS MASQUES ha3 induced some unscrupulous 
speculator to filch, and use tbe title, in advertising 
some low third-class Bali The public is hereby cau- 
tioned that the only genuine and successful COSMO - 
POL1TAX BALS MASQUES have been, and will 
be given, at Horticultural Hall, under the direction 
of SAM GENESE. 

TICKETS, TITO DOLLARS. 

Double Ticket, admitting Lady and Gentleman, 
Three Dollars. ja2 




Crowded Day and Mshtty. The Enter- 
prising proprietors of the Southern Pacific Oyster 
House have added additional neat and private 
rooms to their establishment, retaining their ever- 
pop dar prices. These popular refreshment rooms 
are on Summer street, below Kearny, between Cal- 
ifornia and Pine. de24-3m_ 



^tgBs 




J!8K§^ 



North Carson S. M. Co. 

OFFICE OF COMPANY 

Boom 24, No. 419 California St. 

Location of Mine, 

Eagle Taller, en *l*e tomstoeh Range, 

and about three miles from American Flat. Detail 
maps on file at tbe office dc26-tf 



SAVE YOUR MONEY. 

For all hind of Howard and 

Waltham Watches at Manufacturers* 
Prices — Cases guaranteed IS karat gold— go 
^__ to F. HOFLEXG Sole Agent in San Fran* 
cisoo. corner Third and Market Streets, Nucleus 
Hotel. All kinds of Solid Jewelry made to order 
and for sale. Diamonds set and for sale at the low- 
est living price* Manufacturing and Repairing 



DIVIDEND NOTICES. 



BANK OF THE 

WESTERN SAVINGS 



TRUST CO. 

SAN FHASt'lSCO, JAA', 4, 1835. 

Depositors* Dividend.. 

The Directors of tltls Corporation hnre 

this day declared the semi-annual dividend, at the 
rate of ten (10} per cent, per annum on Term De- 
posits and eight {8.1 per cent, on Ordinary Deposits, 
payable on and after January 10th, 1875, at the office 
of the Bank, northeast comer of Port and .Kearny 
streets. F. CLAY. 

jao-Lm Vice-President and Oashier. 



Dividend Notice. 
SECURITY SAVINGS BANK 

S15 SANSOME STREET. 



The Board of Directors hare declared 

a Dividend to Depositors for the Term ending De- 
cember 31st, 1874, at the rate of Nine (9) per coat. 
per annum on Term Deposits and Seven and one- 
half (7J1 per cent, per annum on Ordinary Deposits, 
free of Federal Tax, payable on and after January 
13th 1875. - JOHN PAREOTT, 
| ja2-Iw President. 

Dividend Notice. 

THE GERMAN 8ATINGS AND LOAN SOCY 

The Board of Directors hare declared 

the dividend for the current half year ending De- 
cember 31st, 1874, at the ratool nine (9) per cent, 
per annum on Term Deposits, aud seven and one- 
half (71) per cent, on Ordinary Deposits, free of Fed- 
ral tax, and payable on and after January 15th. 

By Order, GEO. LETTE. 

de31-2w Secretory. 



Dividend Notice. 

SAN FRANCISCO SAVINGS UNION, NO. 53 
CALIFORNIA ST., CORNER WEBB. 

For the half year endhag with Decem- 
ber 31st, 1874, a dividend has been declared at tho 
rate of nine (9) per cent per annum on Term De- 
posits, and seven and one-half (71) per cent on Or- 
dinary Deposits, free of Federal tax, payable on 
and after January 13tb, 1875. 

Per order LOVELL WHITE. Cashier. 

de29-lm 



Dividend Notice. 
ODD FELLOWS^AUiNGS BANK. 

The Board of DlrectorVof the Odd Fel 

lows' Savings Bank have declared a (dividend of 
Nine and One-Tenth (9-10) per cent, on PERMA- 
NENT DEPOSITS, and of Seven and Three-Tenttui 
(7 3-10) per cent, per annum on SHORT DEPOSITS, 
for the semi-annual term ending December 31st, 
1874, payable on and after the 20th instant. 

JAMES BENSON. Secretary. 
January 10th, 1875. jal2-2w 



PACIFIC MAIL 

STEAMSHIP CO. 

For China and Japan. 



I*ave Wharf corner First and 

Brannan Streete every alternate SAT- 
URDAY, at Noon, for 

Y0K0HASIA and HONG KONG 

Connecting at Yokohama with Company's Braae 
Lint for Shaagbae via Hiogo and Nagasaki 

For Mew York 

VIA PANAMA. 

Steamers leave at 12 M. every alternate WEDNES- 
DAY, connecting via Panama Railroad with-one of 
the Company's Steamers from Aspinwall to New 
York. 

FOR JP-^^^LMA 

Calling at all the Calif ornlan. Mexican and Centra 
American Porte. Steamers leave at 12 o'olock noon 
every alternate THURSDAY. 

S3T Through tickets sold to and from LITER 
POOL, QUEENSTOWN, SOUTHAMPTON, BRE. 
MEN, BREST. HAVRE, HAMBURG, STETTIN' 
COPENHAGEN and NORWAY. 

Each ship carries an experienced Surgeon. Medi- 
cal attendance free. 

For Santa Barbara, San Pedro, Loai 
Augelos, Anaheim & San Diego. 

etearcersloaveat 9 o'olock a. H. 

For SAN BUENAVENTURA and HUENEMB 
calling at intermediate point*, Steamer sails at 4 
o'clock F. M. 

NO EXTRA CHARGE for Meals or Staterooms. 

For Dates of Sailing see Daily Papers. 

Apply for freight or paasage at the 

Pacific Mail Steamship Co's | 

OFFICE: 
Corper Lcidcsdorfi aud Sacramento 81b. 

del-tf JEimrNG3 B. OOX. Agent. 



S. F. and N. P. K. R. Co. 



On and after December, 1*74, the Strar. 

ANTEJJOPK, Oapt. WAKNER. will leave San Fran- 
cisco daily (Sundays excepted) from Front andGrees 
street Wharf at 2:00 o'clook, P. M., connecting a) 
Donahues Landing with the cars for Petaioma 
Santa Rosa, Healdsburg, Cloverdale; also wiW 
with stages fox Sonoma. Ukiah. Point Arena, Men 
docino, Lakeport, Clear Lake, and for the popolai 
Springs of Mark West, Bartlett, Highlands, Skagg. 
and the great natural wonder, the GEYSERS. Re 
turning, the oars will leave Cloverdale at 6 A. M. 
connecting at Donahue Landing with the steamec 
and arriving at San Francisco at 11:15. 

The shortest, quickest and best route to th* 
GREAT GEY3ERS-W. O. VAN AHNAM i 
KENNEY'B Btage Route. 

No freight can be received after 1:30 o'clock P. N 

For further information apply at Company's oSlw 

426 Montgomery street. „ , 

P. .DONAHUE, President 
F. H. GHRDES, 

nolO-tf Genqral Passenger and Ticket Ag ent. 

Dr. C. C. O'DOWWBM'* Offle* and Real. 

dence S3o Kearny, near Jackson up stairs: Gradu 
ate of Dartmouth College, and late Surgeon in thi 
V 8. Army txfmta omm patients for a fee of $1 
Viatta. £1 To; Medicines free; Obstetrical case* §15 



E.n.Uih^ U 




SAM nUKCISCO, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 13, 1*15. 



VOU XJtl. 



$ Hats! Hats! Hats! $ California Theatre. 




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n . «. Ivdt, .iry. <U«binff; 

-n*n of taflt* w».l f v 
Jbt. I ■' f~<<irw.Miwl ml I 






Ha'- r ■ m« ticUHinf ; 

ffaldfor Fall. tw»»Wf- rtjlf* togvihrr; 
f -r «rrT7 kind of wr.v 

It, straw and bearer; 
H*t» that alntrnt wf«r fortnrsrj 

Hate fnr spas an-1 watering place*; 
il*-* of ■tyl*M tn wear at race*: 

- m to enter; 
HaU tor stores of wild atiwutuns. 



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616,618 and 620 

KRAKNY ST., COB. COMMERCIAL. 



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Miss Jennie Lee! 



Wh-n win he |»rfP H * H BOBRBT»ON"8 moat 



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With the following powerful MHi^nmenl of p-.ru : 

GIOR0F. n.Mliv HF.XRV EDWARDS 

OAfTAV OAWTRKK BARTOK BILL 

■00U8 ROBERT PAT EM AN 

BAM OERR1DOB J. P. BURNBTT 

DIXON H. MATT11EWT 

MARyOIU* KM B0PHH KDWIN 

KUTHP.R MJBS BELLA PATKMAN 

POLL! r<rn> hbs jr.VMF. lek 

Song and Dance, Miss Annie Hlggs 
New Song, by Miss Jennie Lee 

To conclude with the Screaming Farco of THE 

BENICIA BOY 

ROBERT PATEHAN and J. P. BURNETT. 



BOX PLAN NOW OPEN. 



OPERA-HOUSE. 



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momnrmii 



Grand Gala Night. 

Friday Evening, January 1.1th. 
FIRST BENEFIT 

J. R. KEMBLE! 



(CT.WE MANAGER.) 
Oa which Ooevlon ... 



BILLY EMERSON 

Will appear In hii Popular fTkcMi, 

Muldoon, the Solid Man! 



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ALSO MFSVM.. 



CANFIELD AND BOOKER ! 



The Ecconlrie and Orotosquo Acrobatic Bong and 
Danco Artiste, iu thoLr 



Wonderful Specialties 

In conjunction with 

THE ENTIRE COMPANY 



New mid Voluminous Programme ! 

Specially prepared 

FOR THIS MGHT ONLY. 
Prloes as XJeual- 



BOX I'L.Ui NOW OPEN FOR RESERVED SEATS ! 



BUCKLEY'S NtW VARIETY 

TMCYD *TP T-l. 

N w rofiM. lam Ull Pit," MW4. 

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OU ■ CRAND COMBN-TIONI 

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The Fafnrilo AuMreltan 
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THlVFranKQ \~^ZT* 4 ^VARY^fi 

Hie rtrforrnarrM will Commence with ft 

FIRST PARI OF WlT. SUNG »ND FOR 

Ptnlaklng with tho VARIETY WALK AROUND. 



Echoes in the Wood. 

Cbwlor Niokonwo lad llwr; llwoi 

o.prtur. (MBflkn 

»OM; A.VD DAXfE BILLY VTBXT 

lliilliiil kullr tA,v 

SrrlO'4'omlr Sons III. fl,k 

S'tnc Mnlllc, l.il.irrf.r 

Bull Jo Holo Iltorlrt \lrkrnuia 

Comic won« tanaj YimtmUtx 

Tlo.© Tourists. 

Mortimoro Nloksraon Dtnnf And RoUnanu 

HniiE Hilt] llnnrr .John Urlky 

Hong t'nrrlp Mlllls 

Eitscnoe Mnadr Hn-wrr 

fluliloon. the Solid Man Ilimlio iCot.lnMin 

VhciiI f.CUIH llllr ICInnrh- 

IMifili >|M«liiltl. h Marry IM»oy 

Bnjla^.^^^,.^^^^^^^ LnForrcal 

BORING FOR TREASURE. 

Landlord f. Mortimora 

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Medley Smm Idn Flak 

Soim KallP /,o«« 

ACTION l>l\.i: It I LIT WOT 

.uniii.Mii Carrla wuiia 

Fnney Dnnrc Mtisele Brewer 

romlc i>lltr ran iiv Web»t«r 



Overture. , 



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To conclude with the Laughable Sketch, entitled 

TALENT WANTED 

....Obatnotet. by.... 
Tlao Emtlro Company, 



PRK-Et OF ADMISSION. 

Parquette 25 oenta 1 Boxes $2 50 uid 93 o. 



L.. XVIliBIHT, 
DENTIST. 

■ IS REMOVED HIS OFFICE 

yaA Ulwuoir from No. 8 Kouor »t 
lo "S3 Mvkntuct, o.or Wldbiir'. Ami 
dolllm 



A Great 
Variety of 



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In Great 
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at our Steam Candy Factory daily. All orders, es- 
pecially from the country, are solicited and will b-j 
promptly attended to. 

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XXV THE OITT, 

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Grand Opening. 

Owing to the Increased Demand for 

his celebrated perfect-fitting Boots and Sboea, P. 
KELLY, the Pnzo Bootmaker, :t.tr> Buah stroet, haa 
been compelled to open a Branch Store at No. UA 
Kearny, where can be found the finest display in tba 
city. 

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Every Saturday rvig-ht. 

TOO* WII.U, Chnlman, 
Dntll Fnrth.r NoliC. 
All Uie UUeet Song, next Satnrdlv NlflM. 
EAGLES* WILD. 



REMOVAL NOTICE. 

The Land Itlnrlznec Union nnrl SaTlsa* 

Bank of California, hare removed from f£i POST 
STREKT to their New Building. KH OALIPORKIA 
STREET, Corner of Webb. 

J. H. FISH, Prwddeat. 

Pirbotorb.— Asa Harker, 0- Main, A. Hecnroe, 
John Morton, John M. Johnaon, Thos. B. H*j-». 
J. H. Fiah. 

ao30-lm JOHK T. C.VBTER, SecreUry. 

PINE EVERGREENS, 
Wre» tli« and tetreamera 

for 04a.r«x7 v 

Adj4Mnin S H»w A ll«7*a l-Aeamn Store, 

on Morton «fare«t, oaair K»mj. I ~~ 



m*m 



Je * 



THK OBGAS OF AMUSEMENTS. 
Palliated Ererj Da in tbe Tear. 1>J 

sr. ^». SOC3*.A.HXaTra9, 



gag Kercliant and S37 Washington Sts. 
Below MoatcoaCT. Su FWtd«a 



■WKDXZS DAY: J AXCABY 13 



Amusements. Etc. 

•m ■< ■» 

T5x arocrasuie vhicta has dream two una""" 
-, , „„ I oo Mcod.5 awl Taesdal enreaunss will ** 
ii _ I,-, • tonisbl The Brat awearanot of Messrs. 
r.»aii1 aad Booker, tbe ceoie uJ eaobatic sons' 
•ad dance men. ha. been .neroidaolj posHoaed 
-,,12 TboralaJ erenint whan thej will pooliTdjr 
^_ Mr J B. Kansas, the noewlar and rerj 

aaiiwlilil 1 — will take his benefit on Fri- 

sa, ait 1.1 ml tII 1 • -— • •«~-^°n. forth. 



California Tbcatrr. ^^ 

■TS>e Mew HaseUlen- "as "J**"* 1 to a full home 
2a* aresuaf. Totrijht Hub Jennie l«e,tbe Terr 
»,,nlsr aoobrette andcomedj acnes, of iMstheatre. 
wall be the recipient at her first benefit at this boose. 
SlMCBtartauaDeDtvill consist of EobertsonaeoBaady 
al -Caste,' with Hear, E-iwards as George D'Alruj: 
Harton Hill as Cattaia Hawtree; J P. Barnett as 
JUa Gerridta: aarquiat, Mre. Sophie Edwin ; Es- 
char. Mia Bella Patemao; Polly Eccles. Mirs Jennie 
Xae A aonj and daoee by Miss Annie Hires: the 
jj, mxm? -Ask Mamma' aad The Sew Bonanra • 
-fey Miai Jennie Lee To oonc'nde with the farce of 
-The Benicut Boy.- by Robert Pateman. J. P. Bnr- 
xast. 8. W. Leach. J. Torrence. Mrs. C. B. Sennders 
•alaaBekCiajnin Theiaroereaxaeisa. eicel- 
>ail i.i. snfl t*-- I — • iT-'"*' "* "» bsnefieiary 
wa. we are tore, insnro a fnll house notwithstsnd- 
asr the threateninx aspect of tbe wwathar. To- 
asnrrow nitht the Molder Fabbri te a rmnni a l will 
.-^- pi^ce. We regret that tbe agent ef this enter- 
laiaai „i has neglected to famish os with the par- 
Tasalan in regard to it. 
CaJarinC Kojal Italian Cln-na. 

The last nights of Cbiarini's Italian Circus are 
■ ■a1i"r1r at hand, and the energetic manager has 
areaarrd a leorrasatee of ssisul exeelleace for his 
jsatweec in this eity. The most celebrated of his 
s trained steeds are prodneed in the ring, aad 
'. one and all are pot forward in their 
Maticee to-day at 2 o'clock. 
Bear-fit off Mia* Jennie Let-. 

Tomorrow erenrng. this rery genial and most 
aoaalar actress, of the California Theatre, will 
take a benefit Ibe entertainment will consist of 
Tafertsoa's comedy of Caste-, with Henry Ed 
aards as George D'Alror; Barton Hill as Captain 
Hawtiw; J P Burnett asSam Gerridrc-, Manroise. 
Mra Sophie Edwin: Esther. Miss Bella Pateman: 
Polb; Ecc:k. Miss Jennie Lee. A f nganddance 
fay Mia Aniie FLggs: a new song by Miss Jennie 
Lee. To r ~ «.:n,t- with the farce of "The B m iri s 
Boy.~ by Robert Pateman and J. P. Burnett. Box 
Han now open. The programme in fnll appears on 
ear first page. 
atra. Jndah's Benefit. 

There will be an oration worthy of the erent at 
(be California Theatre, on Friday night, when Mrs. 
Jonah, literally as weU as prof esskonaUy the old lady 
at the eompaay. takes her benefit. Mrs Jndah has 
Jrred among ns for nearly a quarter of a ceotary. re- 
agmft^ .ad esteemed by aD who know her. both on. 
aad off the stage, for her heart dualities, and her 
^saaaacaal talents : aad her friends are thousands. 
The play for tha occasion wifi be'Tbe New Magdalen' 
la which her imtxsrapasaon of Lady JanetHoj is 
the charm of the piece. We learn that the Dress 
Circle aad Orchestra seats are nearly all taken, and 
that seats in tbe Family Circle are in demand. 
Esis ja as it ah >uld be. 
■•elder's !t>„ Tarietr Tateatre. 

i in the w/ood."* "The Tearista.- "Boring 
"Talent Wanted." and a great num- 
aarcf songs sad ^""-* and iaterhtde acts, senti- 



EHEE FT<; ACES. 
Ah, Tom ' you wonder why I gas*. 

Wbo quite forswear-the tender passion, 
At yonder girl across tbe Place, 

In such a sentimental fashion : 
And leave the rery last new book 

Vnopsned in its paper corer. 
At her retreating: form you look. 

And sigh like any silly lover. 

Tin as surprised, old boy, as you ; 

Love's raptures long since fled tha Uwota, 
And pity though it is, 'tis true 

That I was deuced glad to lose 'em. 
But something in yon rnaidensTace, 

Or, auy be, something on her bonnet 
Brought back to me the long gone days, ■ 

When 1 too turned the love-sick sonnet. 

I saw again her laughing eye, 

Ber pouting lips just ripe for kisses : 
Her dainty boots, so small and sly. 

Her Parte gloves, the else for missea. 
I saw again her lily neck 

Clasped by tbehappiest of collars, 
I saw—nay. heart, thou ehalt not break— 

1 thought I saw Ten Thousand Dollars ! 

1 old ien was quite f irgot ; 

Once more I dreamed my pretty vision, 
Once more my willing heart grew bot 

And the gray earth grew all Hysian: 
Once more 1 roamed the moonlit strand 

Beside my sweet, my love, my treasure, ^ 
And felt once more her little band 

Close over mine with timid pressure. 

Still, deep below my isual cahn 

The memory of those moments lingers,— 
To-night, some other fellow's palm 

Shell squeeze, no doubt, with the same Angers ! 
I thought "twas pleasant— so will he ; 

And Tve no doubt that if he can, he 
Will kiss her lips Just as— Ah. me ! 

Tom, Tom, mv boy, faounlwr astni -• 

— A. P. BUcicxt. 



Care-leas Encll.h. 

A lady and gentleman were crossing 
Kearny street, this morning, when sud- 
denly it hegan to sprinkle. 

"Won't von be kind enough to hoist my 
nmbrellar said the lady. 

•■< ^-"- -.inl yj" said the gentlernan. 

I km astonished at this, for if "won't" 
means anything at all, it means will not ; 
and therefore, according to my translation, 
•eman had really told the lady that 
certainly he would not] be kind enough to 
hoist her umbrella ! 

But no. Even while he spoke he opened 
that useful article, and held it gracefully 
over his companion. 

"Thank you," said she earnestly. 

"SUt at all," said he still more earnestly. 
And on they went. 

"Why the fellow flatly contradicted the 
lady," said I to myself. "How oBtra- 

avajoi ." 

But no, again, for they were on the very 
beet of terms, and the lady smiled sweetly 
at his words. 

Yet this sort of talk is quite usual among 
genteel human beings. 



JoHy Cood Fellows. 

The Owl Club, a select social organization 
of New York city, celebrated New Year's 
Eve with a triennial dinner in some respects 
unique. The dinner was served in one ef 
the private talont recently added to the 
Hoffman House. Several brands of still 
wines were specially imported, and the 
champagne (Pommery Sec) of the occasion, 
was secured from that set apart for the pri- 
es this variety theatre every night. T ata stock of an Austrian nobleman. The 
Third raamopoLUan Hal Masqat. cigars, which the few who survived the din- 
Tfae Third U'^mopaotao Eal Masque at Hordonl- ^^ attempted to smoke, were manufac- 
«=1 Hai i. to ecl.pse an. of ««P™°=f« «• ^^s to order ^ r^ba from selected tc- 

a nareili ail splendor. We referasnreadraatoan aarou ~* "' ... .i 

a4r-tiseme«tm^«rberc<amnn in whSebsome of bacco of a pasiticnlar brand, and in other 

I respects this banquet was made the most 
novel entertainment - since that which sig- 
nalized the viitvry in the great gustatory 
dnel between Sew York and Philadelphia 

gastronomers, 

a> ■ 

"ajo ! So I Go On." 

A gentleman (whose name we will omit 
from consideration for his relatives), sent 
the Tribune yesterday the manuscript of 
the address he is to deliver next week, in 
order to facilitate the work of the reporter 
The speech contains forty-two fpages. On 
page 27, the reporter detailed to copy it 
found the following passages : "But I must 
dose." ("No ! no! go on:" etc) "Then if 
yon will bear with me a few moments lon- 
ger, I shall proceed to invite your attention 
to," etc — Chicago Tribune 



Utile Johnny's Composition— The Slraf. 

Girafs is the longest necks of all uther 
animels. I never see such longs necks like 
a steeple, but no bells in it There heads 
is little, too, but maybe not little only for 
them. I Bpose if we see a girafshead on a 
cat we woud say wot a big head that cats 
got, wv dont you make it a sbo. Its like 
ephalenfa havin little eys, but if a baby had 
•em wot then ? Maybe girafs heads is little 
cos they is up almose out of sight, like 
larks. 

The giraf is spotty like them lepperds m 
the menagerie, wich makes.aome f okes call 
em cammle lepperds, but thats rot, cos 
they aint no more like a cammle than Billy 
is, and if spots makes lepperds my sisters 
new dres is a lepperd, and it aint cos it 
dont bite. 

Wen a man wich had never see a giraf 
was to the menagerie he was passin a house, 
and ajiraf wich was on the other side of 
the house lookt over the roof at the man. 
The man diddent say any thing then, but 
went and foun the keper, and said had be 
lost a dear, and the keper said perhaps he 
had and perhaps he haddent, they was all 
ways hidin their selfs about the grouns. 
Then the man said you git me a ladder and 
He fine your dear were noboddy but me 
wud ever think of lookin for it, but I was a 
showman mysef once, and I kno wot dears 
is. So the keper wich tbot the man was 
crazy tole him were to fine a ladder so he 
wud go a way, and tie manbrot the ladder, 
and set it agin the house, and' went np to 
fetch down the dear for he thot it was on 
the roof. But when he got on the roof he 
saw the giraf in the back yard a eatin the 
top of a tree. Then the man he got down 
agin, and lugd the ladder hack to were he 
fonn it, and went to the keper, wich' was a 
lookin on. and said I thot if I wude git up 
real high maybe I could see ol over th 
grouns and fine your dear for you, but if 
you aint sure yen have loss a dear it aint 

worth wile. 

a 

Observation vs. Science. 

One of the students at Davidson College, 
who was too lazy to do anything right, was 
in the habit of cleaning out his lamp-chim- 
ney bv running his finger down it and twist 
ing it around. After he had cleaned it out 
in this particnlar manner one day not long 
ago, a fellow-student took it up and carried 
it to the residence of one of the professors 
with the inquiry : "Why is it that this 
chimney is smoked just up to this point and 
no farther f The learned gentleman en- 
tered into an elaborate and scientific ex- 
planation why it was, arguing with great 
lucidness, and citing various authorities to 
show the 'correctness of his reasoning. 
When he had finiahed the student said to 
him : "No, air, you are wrong." "Why is 
it then?" inquired the professor. "Because 
the fellow's fingers were not long enough to 
reach any farther," replied the student. 



OPEHA HOUSE. 

THIS EVENING - _ JANTJAKY 13 

PART FIRST--- Grand Vocai and lustrume-nlal Coucerf. 

OrTBODUCTOET' OVEBTTrRE .E3IEKSOKTA!.- » 

BALLAD— DOST BE ANGRY WITH ME. DAELIXG.. J. M. DAT!* 

COMIC SONG— WIDOW MAGEE Baa OOTTGS 

BALLAD-BELLE BRANDON G. W. HABLaT 

COM1C SONG— RIDING IN A SL EIGH W. AKTJStaTCaT 

rat.t in _ vntT KETEE MIES THE WATER TILL THE WELL RUNS DRY J. G. SUSSEX!. 

DeacriptiTe Finale THK FRbsRAUV8 €laA88 

SERMTNATLNG WITH 
KISS JESSIE £HEKJfAX*S Classical Ki presentation ef the GODDESS OF lial BTT 

PART i»ECOND— Grand Ethiopian Carnival. 
BILLY H53 3VE J3 !I=*L «S O 3>0" 

In a Budget of His Latest Gems. 

The Musical Phenomenon. 

DIE 

SQUIRE WARDLE....J. R EXMBLE SLOELEAF BEX COTTON I DICE J. F. OzsSaaSZ 

BaugjoJ^olo^JHA^ 
MULDOCJJV 



THE SOLID 

LLY EMERSON. 



IKAltf. 



T33E CliOCKlra^ZBE'S EAT ! 

MR. GBABALL J. B. ITaaTgat 

MR. EAT ALT, J. F. OBEaXS* 

BOBBY BBEAKAI.I. BILLY RiCat 

MB. MEKDALL CHARLEY' RHOAD£8 



SELECnOSS.. 



The whole to conclude with the Laughable Sketch, entitled 



Opposition is the Life of Trade 



MR. BONTFACB J. R. 

JIM GRANGER BEN 

MISS FLTMSEY 

keei e cko } ■■»« SI »°^ ***» }:::::_: 



1BIIX EREAKALL ..EILLY* ABHX&TOB 

IBILL ROARER J. V. OEERI3T 

MISS SHERMAaV 

m J. KKH-ARTas 

D. J. SHERWOOD 



THURSDAY, Jan. 14, First Appearance of the World-renow.ied SONG and DANCE MEN, 
FRIDAY EVENING, January 15th, Grand Complimentary Benefit to 

3tX]EjQQI^^ 

APPLY AT BOX OFFICE OF THE OPERA 



ltAGUXRE'S 3TEW THEATRE ■ TO LET. 



A Buslne-.:. Letter. 

A gentle, husbaiidless creature in Uli- 
nnie writes to a lawyer wbo advertised that 
he •rould provide companions fornnmarried 
personB: "My Dear Mr. : This is to certify 
that I am a widow with tliirteen children, 
born, and have had three husbands, each of 
which died in peace in his own way. I have 
a small farm, and would take another hus- 
band yet, if I could find a young one; no 
old ball-headed sardine need apply; he wfll 
not be taken. Ten dollars will be given to 
you to produce the m a n." 



PIPER'S OPERA HOUSE. 

TIRGIAIA CITY, XETABA. 

JOHN PIPER Profbxbtob 



Tliii Elegant Theatre can be Rented by 

the night or week. Btare and traTeling oomyaiiiea 
liberally treated with on application to 

JOHN PIPES. 
Manager and Proprietor, 
Or to J. H. HcCABE, 
jn2S-tf 332 Bosh street, San Francisco. 



•kfcac mi 1 eatare* are 
WwMdward'i. Garden*. 

On JltvtarcUy and Sunday tbe Phottte Troape of 
--Mwfa :-a-i w-:.v.i - .'--'; dlBfleets :- t-MaT LariEtasldtii^ 
Ba t ibe grotesque, and j-oe-ry of zaouaa. Lac- 
sctc Mora. Joseph .r^ »tUo nrc hi i €W i xmn d 
i, with a man on it. on his shonlder. 



— tm -in 

Will be &*d to know that the lamoue Re-tt-wnr-r- 
%mm, Henry Hoesch, baa just opened • new Re»- 
tMsut -u No. ill T'jie fctreet. His effort** in the 
■past, a* a calcrtr, ajavre bis soocess tor tbe fu- 



■•w to Dr»->- Well. 

One- two-ibirda. of the best dressed gentlemen 
ia this city (those wbo dress in style we mean) 
■ —H say, if aeked the qoet>«aon srhetre they bad 
their eiotbes made, that tbey went to John EnH'*, 
3s. 100 Third street, and would also adrise yo« 
eskd jonr friends to go there if yon want a peri eet- 
Sattsss; suit made in the hues; style, from either 
aUftorted or domestic goods, at the lowest price 
eSaas^Sattble with a good garment. ft. 

CreaU Baxraln* in Oo thine. 

Tbe cely store in the city that has, the largest. 
ebearpeT. aad finest asaxirtment of Men's and Boys 
Oetkmg, is H. Peyser's Montgomery Avenue Ooth- 
■SQt Store, 719 Montgomery street, between Wash- 
jaagtan aad Jaelnton. Also, a large asscrtmeat of 
Men's and Boys' Overcoats and CkaJcs, and the 
aaest stock of Gents* ftnnishmg Goods, Trunks, 
, etc, S-x 



dl'i SM Washiiietam itreeU 
s calf boots made to order for fS; box toed 
«-•*—■ made to order lor $9; oxford tie shoes made 
«s enstr lor 96; boys' boots -oade to order lor $$; 
aaailaiv -sortsaeBt of boots and shoes, all «tf 
I»ariah-_ . o**a malce, at eqna2 y low sales, at 540 
Vasbirigton street. 



Holiday Confectionery. 

A one aawortment of holiday candies and new 
styles of Christmas tree trimmings, fancy boxes, 
oosrume bon-bons, cornucopias, sugar fruits and 
aney articles just receiTcd at J. Vogeley A- 
Brothers, late of tbe Mechanic*' Fair ol I8T4, 36 
pntonrl street, near Grant. Hotel. 

Dr. Doberty. 

Hm b^erotod bis study more putionlarly to 
ironic and specific practic, and as socb is now 
•ie most s-Kcesafol of any Pbyaician in San Pran- 
ig afw-. Office, 51S Ssacnmento street, corner of 
ailit-flwiT, a few doors below tbe What Cheer 



METROPOLITAN THEATRE 

SACBiMEXTU, 

TO RENT, 

By tbe Sight, fTeek, or Month, from 
Not. 1st, For terms apply at the Theatre, or by 
letter to W. K. MuRROw, Proprietor, Sacramento. 

N B — I have no a-uthorired Agent anywhere. 

ml£4-tf 



ORO FHVO THEATRE, 

POBILaNI), Oiegoa, 

THEATRE ROIAL, Tieta * 

Lessee and Manageress. 

MISS FAMfY MORGA3T 



The aoovc Theatres are new sscb tbj 
the Fall and Winter Season with a in&llsssskaa. 
Company. Stan having two or 
can apply ae above, or to J. II, 

Bush street, San Francisco. 



OPERA HOUSE, 

SAJ. JOSE, (ALA. 



TO not appear this season, but the dosappoiBt- 
■ ii is Ber. taaa repaid by the beaatstttl display 
af Christinas Goods at Mayers' BSataar, corner 
Mssaftti" ii IJ tod Pine streets. L 

TbeaUson IHatiub Organs are aAi-owledg o -t 

t-s bs the T&ust powerioL at the same time giving 



Tbe Green Room. 

This popular resort of the profession and all 
epicures wbo can appreciate good liqoors and a 
good lunch, is directly opposite the California The- 
atre. It has jnst been beautifully fresoord and is 
now a modJe of taste and elegance. Everybody 
goes to the Green Boom between the acta, x 

Waablne Metrirned In One Day. 

A iy- we sever disappoint, at the What Cheer 
y..-1 -ilrv Ko ChinSa&aen employed. 



Wlvat Cheer Laundry. * 
121 LeadsBdorff street, near SacraaMntsi 



ajinta Clans 

Ib not a myth if Kew Tear's candies of every 
kind, shape and color (both home-made and im- 
ported), is any proof of the existence of the time- 
honored deity, of presente for little ones. In fact, 
George Haas A Co., No. 20 Kearny street, has fac 
similes of Santa, Clans fin Candy) that are really 
good enough to eat. His holiday stock of home- 
made candies and bon-bon boxes cannot be ex- 
celled anywhere, as a visit to his store will show, e 

Tbe Old Mint Restnnraitt, 

At this old established house, 605 Commercial 
itreet, above Montgomery, always noted among 
'bebon vivantsfor itsgood things, can be procured 
the finest and best cooked Oysters, Steaks aad Chops 
in town. Terrapins and the choicest brands of 
Wines sad Liquors a specialty. Charges moderate 
G. M Hepburn, the new proprietor, invites the 
pjblic to give the "Old Mint" a trial. fr* 

Bunker". Club House Sajuaces. 

A delicous table delicacy. They are made of 
dairy-fed pork, are admirably seasoned, and are 
as superior to tbe ordinary dry, tasteless sans 
age made of beef and park mixed, as anything 
can be imagined. Made fresh every morning at 
Bunker's Stall, 74 and 7S California Market, Cali- 
fornia street entrance. Try them. »-b 

Do Sot Stiller from Corns. 

The unfortunate sufferers from Corns, Bunions 
club and Ingrowing Sails, cah find instant relief 
by applying at Dr. B- H. Cowan's Institute, re- 
moved to 211 Kftarny street, from 1 to 6 r. n. We 
speak from experience, having tested the Doctor's 
capability. Ile-erence given if required. a 

The Tf Inter Style*. 

AH the latest Winter styles of bat have been re- 
ceived and are now on view at "The** Hat Store, 
647 Washington street. Tbe variety is very large, 
and the prices charged at this well-known estab- 
lishment are very reasonable. a 

Tbe Antelope €>y»ter ■»■»*• 

Our specialty, always the bestoyaterB In market 
served up in the beat style of cooking. Our 
Eastern transplanted oysters excel any other in 
market Established in 1S04. So. 612 Market 
■ear Montgomery. B 



This Beautiful and \ewly Renovated 

Theatre is to be let by the Sight, Week, or Month, 
at reas on able terms. 
ap24^f G. BBOHASKA, Proprietor. 



MOZART 

SlOCKIOl, 



HALL, 

CAL. 



To Let by tbe 7i ieht or Week, for Dra- 
matic Performances, Concerts. Lectures, etc.. at rea- 
sonable rates. Address J. A. Woodman, Proprietor 
and lessee. Stocttoa. For particulars enquire of 
W D Lewis, WC Commercial street. Ban Fran- 
cisco. S. B. Music furnished on all occasions. 
ocl2-tf 



PACIFIC HALL, 

CALIFORNIA THEATRE .BriLVlKS 
SAX FR.l3fCa*CO. 



This Fine Hall enn he IE en ted far Dn 

matac Performances. Operas, Concert*. ItaLV, Lei 
tares, Benents, etc., by the Sigbt or 
son&ble terms. Pacific Ball bas just 
refitted, frescoed and sujipli* d with a M 
Scenery, and will accommodate 1,500 . 
every seat in full vie .. ol the stage. For 
i,lj- at tbe Hall, to 
ocJ2 3m Tboa. M. Blair. 




CHEYENNE OPERA HOUSE 
DHEYEM.E, WYOMING TERRITORY. 

Tbh> Popnlar Theatre Das Been Iffen 
ly Refitted and ttecoratedr First-class 
Companies or Dramatic Stars coming sh 
treated liberally upon application either by 
or in person. Address all communications to 
JAMES McDASIRL, 
Projsietor, 
Lock Box So. 1, Cheyenne, Wyo, Turn, f 



SCOTT'S 

VARIETIES. 

Fun, Pleasure. Variety and 
Beauty. 

NO £QT7AXj. 
In this Pleasant Be.ort 

....-ONE CAN 

Pass an. Uvenlng 

MOST DELIGHTFTJU.Y. 

Berc tbe Klndcl Attention U Tendered 
l« B.ta Strangers and Residents, 

The Proprietor hating catered to tbe wants oj tbr 

rira-LOVIHG PUBLIC! 
Both Here and in Virginia City 

HAS ATTAINED A 
Popnlorltr Eneqalled OS THLa COAST ! 

THE PRimiEST~0F TALENT 1 

....ataXD.... 

TT3TEST OP EV-SBYTHING 



mi-j-itih >i» 



The Iamerson Piano is the finest and cheapest 
PLuka in the market to-tlav SOT rensrkl -LSc. Kob- 



McDANIEL'S THEATRE 

DH.UNNE, WYOMINB TERF.ITCSY. 

Open tbe Tear Bound With a FlrM-r--i 

Variety Company. Variety Arists co min g Sastc 
at all time* secure Firt-t-Claat engatrmenam. Jli 
be artisU of acknowledged ability and baas ja 
wardrobe. Ko otherfe need apply. Addreat 

JAMES McDAKlEL, 
Lock Box Ko 1, Cheyenne, Wyo. Ter. }«. 



Both Male and Female Talei 

WIH do veil by communicating with aa, 

OH THIIE WAY EAST 0B WES 

AS WE WANT GOOD ABT1BTS. 
To wfaom Good Salaries WJU he rat 

Address M. B. l»M>aO at CO., 

Theatre Coanoae, 
oc27 Eranston, W. 



MBS. SCOTT'S TABIETIES, 

....COENEB-... 

Sanramfintn ad Kearnv StS. 



THOS. W. BREE A CO, 

Brass Founders and Finishei 

BEEB FAUCETS a Specinira-. 
MAMFAt TTKEKis 

AND KEPAIEEK8 OF 

DRUMS, BANJOS, ARC 
Cold and Silver Plater 

SPOONS and FORKS made as Good as S« 

Lessonj; plven on the B.inf o and Dn 

54* Mission street, betweenJirst and EaeoaA. 

K. B.— Fine-toned Silver Solo Sanjos for Pr. 
donals always on hand. a**-* 



♦s? 



T. B. Boss. 

ROSS 



ft ARLINGTON. 






Excbnnce Board In p and Sale 

Stable, 152 Tehama, off JQiird Street 
Careor Boarding and Sale Horses a J 
Specialty. Sale Horaea always onr t 
band. BreaJdnc aad H a ndl i n g Colts, 
etc.. with care. 

N E Cubing of Horeea done witn on] »t 
care and dispatch with the English _ 
Brothera' Patent Machinea, whi^are_e-Mw , Oi-e,| 





■A9IM ^ 




I bULLIVI" 



4 WCOFHEtD, 



No. 14 If nntgnnmrj lUiolJ 



S 

CLOAKS AN 






l.t.n* -ti-* MSS. 



car nuircBco. thursdat, jam art u. 



vol. xxi. 



Ill 1111 M» IN 1||| 



HAVE YOUR PICTURES! 



CAirFOENIA THEATRE. 



WII,^«.llN'-« 






Palace Amphitheatre. 

>'" H..nl«..mrr> ami Ml..l,.n. 

r_.«,»t 'Wools, or 

IfcXTJJLIDtliR-IF'.A.BB.FLI o xi r ^ » x j>j x « 

MEMORIAL ENTERTAINMENT ROYAL ITALIAN CIRCUS 



THIS evi:mn(. 



JANUARY 14 



NEW YORK GALLERY 

lYo. 25 Third St., 

1 1 1 r»».*w» 

ft,;: '«■ I 

j. ■ rimp«». ■»»r»»— .» i. ■. r. *•-«■«.« . 

PALACE OF FASHION. 

A. MORRIS, Recitation Mr. Heju^Ecwards 

• •.'..I. Tin: wman lvuiaSy «. ik. oaufornh tiika'iiik .111 r >. lb. cfeoraln, OmdWu, l>) Sinn. 

Merchant Tailor, day after the WEDDING 



ELIXIE OF IiOTS 



■OS*.**.* w ■ r«. 

.ill. raiallon w 



if aotbouta . I '< «aon L. 



1 • ■ 
n> MKA II I IIS' II 1111 



CUSTOM-MADE COOD8 






UIT>>!« HIM HKKVANT II MATTrtF.tVH 
I' II HUTU MIsM IIKI I 
MA1TIK 1 DAVIS MM ' 

. MR. CUA.S SOHULTZ 






,'U .1 ■• 



My Pricw Defy Competition. 

I til »»l> WIIIHI lOIBMELII*. 

BdsIopas Suits $30 

6 X Bearer Dross Suits 66 

Heltun Orerronts 16 

Caaalmere PanU 7 

Blark Bearer Pants 10 

Silk Yolret Vests. 9 

asoRRis, 

Mo. 17 Sec on dStre et, 

lie Grand Hotel. 



The Entertainment wW Oondlldt «itli a 

Grand Vocal and Instrumental Concert. 



OOJTDFCTl'R TRUl* UEO. T. EVANS I'lAMST PROF, OTTH I.i.M'l.r. 

l overtire maoiu #lctk" mozakt 

.' tkvy to the stars 

uli.k anea blzeb. 

Mulder 

htOZAM 

Veiu.i 



"u'Y"t'illV COMBINED i'RC 

'""j|Xui"ANiiA"KI. 
J. MARCH TRACE," (ConroOKd In honor of Kmp.ror WIN,.,,,) 

BV THE L'OMISI.-. rRAM 

I. THE SXOFEMINT OF THE SKBAOUi' IK 

MISS IVY WANDKSr'OKllK 
S ARIA-TKAVIATA 



SIQHOB L UONTIM. 

6, "FOREST SIQHT.* XjBOllo Ml LDin 

MISS KLZER and MIS* WA.MJKSb'ORDE. 

7. IDYLLB Baiik 

BY THE COMBINED OKUHESTRAI. 
THE I.KIMI HTLnn II I'lnil IS hIMILI IIK.M9I1EII BT M. GRAY. 

FRIDAY, .IlMAItY If.lli, 

:i3EsiNrE3F , rT of iivEjt*.©.-. *ttjida.I3C. 

TXXEl KTEXV MAGDA.L.EKT I 



?A™ RI> _ AY . . :•■•• • ••••••• • • • • " NKW _ MAGL>ALEN " MAT1NEE 

MONDAY, January 16th, First Appearance in California, of the Great Emotional Actrest) 

Miss OLABA fflOBBIS as "Oamllle." 



Ml ,; ILIUM! }(«« lurK 

I u.rrt.rr "*g!!*™~ »«•"■■ 

tt. I 1 ...I..II., 
Iff I .».! l< a nh.l 
f.mni.nll ,,l ....Mm I lllll;;, I. „u hi. Yl »r 
• barm. "I. a. Ill II tl 1,1." 

i jii'«i-i sum i 

-11.11 IllOklllll IMI HOT 

I II IIII.III.IIK l.rnti.l Viiilllnu l-l .m-r llnr. 

nn.l l.nlr.. h. lit.- Tooma rrrolr I III olillltli 
II It 1 on lb«- l.rrnl In.) rulhiii si. . pi. , lio.«-r 
I— ■ 

•■ miMTi. ihr i uiMin FKUNUcalar r.mt. i>. i,i. 

I. r.iil |r| of lull III: in. i . lull ii.Iii.tiI l>. slnu«r 
.1 l-l 111 I III HUM. 

II.... i. >il>\»ll I I! Ill RHI |; I. 

II JIU.UM. IITBIIIUIHMK1 

kll.l lit kl Ml 1111 

: nit i mi urn in i ii mi iim ( . ; «.,.... 

Inn trl nn llorsrhnrk 

-. ,...11. i 111 I I > ■ I IK ,„.i »i„.i..„i, AAMRKAI1 

S r«IS«ll'll Kill UTRUH »l l 

II, .11. 1. Ill III 11IIIRT 
< llllll MR. « 1KMU. 

LNTJ 'LNTTKhT" 

» i.irlVU MAR Ml III II "l.nlli.n" U.lkbri >.rr 
OKI lllsllt 1. 

in HOI lll.l ■IIUII7IINTII. 11(11 

IH-.lt>. < Lll ION nn.l I. IslOM 

II "!1ILV.I." Ihr Ihornnclihrril F.nBliHrl ll.ir.r, 
rr.ilit lb.- I'niio of (...ml Hull.'. Inn oil iirr.1 In u 

l.l.lll. I *l,lT..|i.- A.'l, llT. 

sltu.ir l.llsl.l-1'l I III MUM 

I.' Tilt Qlll> OF THE AKIVI. Si nnrllo Itl I I V 
I I 111, ill In r IiulMillr.l 1 inn .Irlini .1.1 on 
Muri'hlK-k llnrsi'. I lulvn Ur, \1 AK\LU 

l.t .lilt Ull ROT Aslnuniltnif F. ,il .if Eqnlllb. 

Hum B> Mlill 1 llllkll III nn.l Bill 

14 PRIME A»D ni'KE. Ihr IWn lilul.l. Imlnrrl 
ll.irs.i. Iulr.idii...l lij Slun.ir <.. IIIIAIIIM 

I". I.lt IMI I'HIM ll'AI Fill IS I III IV AIT. Ill Ihr 
I'lihli.'s Favorite, Ibl' luii.ililllnhl.- ROMEO ML- 
RASIIAV. 

It MI.MIII IIKUTI, Tin- Ront'll'ii. Nlillill'srrllil. 

II Till! C'OHKIf'AN FOST-POY IMIIlim Mm. Ili- 
A.l on Four llarrliiu-k I'oiiirs 

Suiter TOMMY LI'.ON 



NOTICE. SMOKING. STRICTLY PROHIBITED 

last IKIatinsfi on Saturday Afternoon. 

AditiD-eioii to the Matinee SO MOti 

CliilOren, HaK-Price. 
Doors open at 1 o'clock. I'urtonnanco to conuuenca at 2. 



uFAin'vi Business 
HE L " College. 



I 



24 Post St., San Francisco 



The Lartnrt and Rem Rulnm. College 

OeA* In mtdnUM ire qiaUISed (or bml- 
■ om mJ eoobloj to nil ImnUn, .iuualoni «t onee. 
Tonne me. ■hooi.t axnmlne tblA achont before »*- 
■otsHbf ckewhore. Par iofonnAtioo otll a the 
rtk» K« M Pool Mrort, or odareaa C P. Uroid. 
«**. Fruciwo. oclS-tf 



"T»E VILLA," 

At tHa Now 

GOLDEN WATE PARK, 

TbaBalldiaa hivliif ja«t b«*>o oompUUd, li 
•«w thrown 0cMt a (^ , h„ pnOlto. Tha boaM la •!•» 
Canttr CornliaffWl, \n J hat 

Four Public Parlors, 

— ajn>- 

Ton Private Billing Rooms. 

Tba wbola balmr. bnllt, cat like, a poblio boUl 
Im u HI* oatnad 

An Elegant Villa. 

■T*. Vlli." la loci., a tt mo IaH or oorth-west- 
orji 1.1* of w. ruti. 

Kl>loor«u Bre.klMui. Dlnni.r. uf Sapo.ni 
peopar«4 on Hm aoorUMt ootio*. 

CUIDO MANCENBERC. 

FTlOrRIETOE. JJff-10 




PROGRAMMES, 

And .11 kind, of Printing for 

Shows, Lectures, 

Concerts, Theatres, 

Excursions, &o. 

AX LOW BATES, BT 

B. F. STERETT, 

S32 CtAT STREET. 



Attention, Good Livers! 

P. B. HERGES <fe CO., 
MINERS' RESTAURANT, 

taaaa ios aaasucemerit of both the 
" Restaurant — "-■ 



i on Ooinmaroiai 

•treat and lh« Miner*' Braaeb on laar> 

oadc« of the aeaion: Otu Motto la "Good Fare. 

Oood Oi»atnii and Moderate Ohart-aa.- 
Open w»i A. m. to 10 r. M. a«a4-tf 

SSI id VM^^weiiM-rclal ana:«9M»rk<-I 

■ fMuiaa.Ditolla.ex, 



THE CUFF HOUSE! 

RO.RIHG OCEDR! "SURGING BRUKERS 
FOAMING SURF, MORSTER SE» LlORS 

Appetizing Breakfasts, Lunches, 
Dinners and I uppers. 

BTtlNO YOI'R 1VIPBI 

Bill VO TOIIK FAJllliYI 
■ RINO YOUR LYLlY FRIHNDn 

Ann dnjor . ri-w of lb. Snesl. OOICAN PANO- 
RAMA IN I UP. WOULD, all in night ol 
the aiorld-teno'.nfld 

Cioltleii Grate. 

With . Qo.1 of wn'to-winred meaienaT.nl enterlna 
lion orary part of i ho oomn.er.-lai world. 

aOr-New Linn Baaaee. conneoting with Street 
Uara at bona Monu.aiu evcrr 15 ainote. herefcfUl 
lor the Okff Uoora irl-tf 



LANGLEY'S 

SAN FRANCISCO DIRECTORY, 

187B. 

Established, 1857. 

The Prlntlntz of the A1>ove Reliable 

work haA boon comiuenced, and It* completion will 
be •eoured as early as the character of the work wilt 
penult. In tbe meantime, tho undersigned will es- 
teem It a favor to be notified of any change of 
firms, removals, new arrivals in the city, or any 
other alterations or omissions that may have taken 
place since the Information for the work was col- 
lected by the can voauars. 

HENRY G LANQLET, Proprietor. 
612 Clay street, near Montgomery, Up Stairs. 
jal2 



OAKLAND DISTRIBUTING AGENCY 

TATLOB .fc CO., 
Bill and Card distributors 

FOB OAKLAND and Ylclnllj . 

Will faithfully make dlRtributioiui 

Circulars. Dodgers, Cards, 

And erorj description of 

Frluted ZkXevttor- 

At moat Reasonable ratee. 
TAYLOR rfe CO. DISTUIUUTB 

" FIGARO " 

In OaAhtnd every day, and are to he relied upon ' 

tar Ordf m necetved at IhU oniee. 

THE HOUSEHOLD FURNTSHTNG CO 

348 PINE STREET, SAN F&ANCISUO. 

Tlmiiexl. Plitnlihed, Japanned, Wooden 

and Rattan Ware, Brosa, Copper. Ir&e-Gttt and 
Plated Ooodj. 

Onuunentel and Artiatic Hotuenold 
Artlolea. deal >iii 



LEAVY BRO. & GO'S. 

Own Brand of Jiuportod 

Consolidated Virginia 
CIGARS ! 

REINA VICTORIAS. 

WHOLESALE DErAKTMENT, 

509 Montgomery St. 

RETAIL, 
Cor. of Bu.sU and Kearny, Laurel Paluce. 



HKNRY HOESCH, 

HAS JUST OrENED A 

NEWS ELEGANT RESTAURANT 



Mo. 4X7 Flue Street 

Between Montgotaary and Eeonty Streets. 

The Above Popular Rcrttiiaratear lius 

fitted up Ids New Restaurant in the moat elegant 
style. 

Always on Hand the Choicest Viands 
the Market Affords. 

PRIVATE ROOMS FOR FAMILIES. 

iii:m:v iioKsni, 

jal3-lm 417 Pine street, opposite the Market 



To the Unfortunate. 

Dr. Gibbon's Dispensary, 

No. em Kearny Street, Corner of 

Commercial, 8iin Praiiciaco. Entrituce on 
Commercial. Established in 1854. for the 
treatment and cure of all diflcafit'H of the uri- 
nary and generative organs, ami all physi- 
cal conditions or Weaknesa conHuuuent 
upon the errors or iynorancu of tho sexes, tikin diu- 
ease (of years' standing) and rheiunattsm tsucceBS- 
fully treated. The sick and the atllicted Bhould not 
fail to call upon him. The Doctor lias traveled ex- 
tensively in Europe, and iiinjK'ctod thoroughly the 
various hospitals there, obtaining a great deal of 
valuable inionnation, which he ia competent to 
impart to those in need of his services. Ur. Uibbuu 
will make no charge unless be effects a cure. 

.IddreBa DR. J. F. UIBBOaN, Box 1'J57, San 
Francisco. no25-t[ 



OVERLAND HOUSE, 

Sacramento St*, Near Montgomery. 

The Beat and Cheapest FURNISHED 

ROOMS hi Son Francisco. With or without board. 
J. K. SLINKEY, Proprietor. 
N. B. Also Proprietor of "SON TON" Saloon, 
California Theatre. Bush street. deft 



MONEY TO LOAN I 

VFOI« STOCKS, BONUS, KEAX ESTATE, 

LIFE INaUBANOE POLIOIBS, AND ALL 
OTHER 0O0D OOLLATBEALS. BY 

JOHN T. LITTLE, 

doSl-Jm *»5! OAIJFORNTA STBEKT. 



Pianos! Pianos! 



"Barbarism airi Civilization." 

Now it is true that music does refine, 
It is the red rose on the human vine. 
But turn the idle air to murniure hm eet, 
Mark the effect upon tbe crowded nijreet. 
Cares are forgot, the step elastic growe, 
The fretted current softer, smoother flows. 
And man his fierceness or his guilt eschews, 
The hypochondriac forgets his blues, 
Windows jump open; Biddy shades her eyes, 
The very Chinaman shows some surprise, 
The Uttle boy, 'tis needless to explain, 
Runs for the music with his might and wain. 
If thus for good the enchantress wields her power 
All California homes should have this flower. 

Ajh! the Opportnnlty la Now Open. 

Families of limited means invited to examine the 
Large Stock of PIANOS Just arrived at 

I 05 STOCKTON STREET, 

Cvery Celebrated Maker Represented ! 

In New and Used Iufitrumentfl, and at Prices 
Within the reach of all. 

Lover* of Art Come and Kec 

"Barbarism and Civilization," 

Those expressive and elegant Ideas in the form 
of beautiful female face*. 

K& CHOICE 0HR0M06 AND PAINTINGS a 
specialty. 
All welcome— buying or not. Howard Building, 
jatf-lw W- TOWNKKfcO. 



s. C3r:EaiNr iieisiej, 

[Late Stage Manager of Magiorc's New The- 
atre, formerly Binunesa Haiiafier and Agent 
of Strokoach-Nilsaon Concert, MaroUk 
Italian Opera, Gran's Opera Bouffe, 

Vyndluiin i uim -Ay <■ ' |i'y, Jane 

Ooombes' Comedy Company, 
etc. etc.] 

Begr. to Inform (lw ProfcsHlim jiml Pub- 
lic that be is prepared to ur^anizo, manage and or 
range on moderate terms 

Concerts, Benefits, Theatricals, 

Amateur Performances, 

Tableaux, fttc. 

And Entertainmenta of all kinds, PUBLIC AND 
PRIVATE, to furnish,, ii reuuired, 

ProfeisHlonal Aid, Cos tinner., Properties 
Accewortes. 

To give attentate to proper and BUJtablt) pub :ty 
advertising, etc. 

Partioe ondejrtoking auy khid of Amusement En- 
tertoiiuneiits, will save money and B9oure effii r-ncy 
by euLrnstiiag their busLueeti to 

Address: MaaFnlre'a New Theatre. 

/J5T Artists will oblige by forwarding numei 
alties and ad(hesse£, oci<vtf 

ROCKAWAY OYSTER HOUSL' 

KXH Market Street. Rear <Tiiriction of 

Market and Powell. 

(holeest Oysterji. Clions nnd asss. /-^ 

Steals Hatred to order at all hours. (Cvw l a J 
H UPPERS for rai-tii'S and 1'uhm: .-:a \L^ \l f 
promptly supplied. Tbe patronage of ^Sffif 
our friends and the public In reMncot- 
tuliy toUcited. HEN H if LA1TOE, 

ED. KREHMKE. 
oc3D-ti Pii'.ui. I 



STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING. 

HOME MUTUAL INSURANCE COMPANY. 

The Ann iiu I Meeting of the titoefcbold- 

ers of the Home Mutual luBuroucc Company wul be 
held at the Company's office, 44Ki Oallfonda utreet, 
In this city, on MONDAY, January 18, 1875, for tbe 
election of Directors for the ensuing year. Foils 
will be upeu from 1 o'clock until 4 P. u. 

CHAS. R. ftTORY, Beaxetory. 
gan Francisco, January 7, 187&. jafc-UI 



The Celebrated Pan Roast 

Ritber California or Eaatern Oydtera 
Cooke«l to Order at 

SOLOMON TESMORE'S ^ S^\ 

gtalla, 57, 58 and 50 California Market N^^ijfir 
(Entrance on Pine street,) ^"•iaw^ 

Families and Restaurants supplied at short notice 
del7-lm 



J. C COMBES, 
TERRAPIN LTJ1VC^ S 
Terrapin Constantly on Hand 

Oysters in every style. PRIVATE 
SUPPER ROOMS FOR PARTIES. 



MORACHAN& LYNCH. 

DEALERS IN 

Oysters, Clams And all kinds 

of Shell Fish. Stall li*i California Mar- 
ket, San Francisco. Open Day and 
Night FMnUie*. Public and Private 
Parties, Hotel*. Shipping and Restau- 
rant* supplied. ' 

GEORGE MATES, 
Dealer tn Oysters, Clam*, and 



aU kinds of SHELLFISH, Stalla »0t.\ 
40, 41 , 43, Call t'unJa Market, entrance 
en OaUfornfa street 

Public or private parties and fi. 
from ii a. m. t* li! r- m. Ladies' and OeotfcmeD' 
Oyster Jtooms open from C a. m. to li r. u,. de37I 



aF^Q-AiRLO 



.CAN OF AMTJSE3K2NTS. 



lUHdwd Every Day in the Year by 

AT 

32 Merchant and 537 Washington Sts 

below Montgomery. San Fn» 



THURSDAY JASTTAEY 14 



alalLiuiore Yonng .Men. 

Baltimore yonng mennever become Prefl- 
denta. A woman writes of them : "With 
all a woman's prejudice in favor of men, 
I must say that the young men of Balti- 
Hiore are the dullest, the flattest, the most 
uninterc-stink' that it has ever been my for- 
tnne. or rather misfortune, to encounter. 
Their conversation rarely ever ascends 
higher than the last party, the last wed- 
diuy, or the next ball All their clothes 
aeem to be cut out of the same patterns, all 
their faces shaved by the same barber. 
They pay the same stale compliments; they 
use the same slang, one and all. " 

We don't know about that. We had a 
Baltimore young man, named Fay, who 
was our collect ur some time ago, and he 
was not nearly as flat as he looked. He 
managed to rob us out of enough to get 
home to his pa. Our experience runs to 
the contrary, young woman. 

"Thai Feels More Comfortable." 

There is a good joke on a school professor 
n Paris, HI. In the Summer he went to 
Chicago to attend some sort of an educa- 
tional meeting, and retiring for the night, 
he found that the room was rather close, 
and had bis room mate to get up and open 
the window; he found the window but could 
not raise it, so the professor told him to 
knock a pane out ; he did so, and returned 
to bed. The professor concluded that the 
room was still too close to suit him, so he 
got up and kicked out another pane of 
glass, and said, "that feels more comforta- 
ble," and went to bed and enjoyed the ven- 
tilated room. On getting up in the morn- 
ng they discovered they had smashed the 
glass in the door of a book-case. 



An Italian Vendetta. 

The Reggi 
following vendetta wurthy of Borgian days: 
"It is long since a woman's hand has done 
in our province such a deed as that perpe- 
trated in Villa Cella, recently, by Veron- 
ica Catalani This woman cherished an 
ancient grudge against the pnrrocro (curate), 
Doll Vyechi, and on the morning of Sun 
<i,iy. v.-blk the priest, after having given at 
the altar the explanation of the g 
the day, prep * ; :e church, the 

ferocious woman rushed at him and stabbed 
him three times with a knife which she had 
purposely sharpened and poisoned. Mor- 
tally wounded, the priest fell to the ground 
before the terrified congregatiou had any 
time for hindering the sacrilegious murder, 
The furious murderess, flourishing her 
bloody knife from right to left, with the 
eviileut purpose of making sure of her vic- 
tims, wounded, perhaps involuntarily, a 
boy of ten years old, and grazed the breast 
of a certain Giuseppe Gilioli, through his 
clothes. Seeing that the priest was quite 
dead, Veronica Catalani returned to her 
house, and was coolly breakfasting when 
the Carabinferi came to arrest her. She 
denied nothing; on the contrary, gave most 
minute details of her ruthless deed. 



Eujoylnc Himself. 

Yesterday afternoon, a rough looking fel 
ow, who had "ahead on him" similar to 
those usually obtained by participants in 
Democratic conventions, was hailed by an 
acquaintance on Kearny street, with the re- 
mark : "I say, where in thunder have you 
been?" "Oh, I've justbeenenjoyingmyself 
in a beer saloon 'round on Pacific street. 
But you ought to seen the other fellow." 
With this answer he passed on, leaving in 
the mind of the querist a desire to "see the 
other fellow" that amounted almost to mad- 
ness. 

"Weitcrn Invective. 
"I have heard, Mr. President, that the 

Oriental sages affirm that just at the pre- 
cise moment after one human being dies, 
another is born, and that the soul enters 
and animates the new-born babe. Now, I 
have made particular and extensive inqui- 
ries concerningmy opponent tkar, and I find 
that for some time previous to his nativity, 
died. Fellow-citizens, you may 

draw the inference." 



A luxury. 

imen local item in a country paper : 
''Meeting our old friend, Colonel Setemup, 
the w .dl -know tobacconist, yesterday, he 
•invited us to test some new stock which he 
•.'had just received. "We took a bite at the 
plug he offered us and shall regret to the 
day vre go aloft that we did not take the 
v h>jle plug, for a more exquisite luxury was 
never, exhibited in Spongetown." 



Si^niflcant. 

It is a curious and significant fact that 
to-day old Babylon and Nineveh are lighted 
with American petr oleu m. 

Manage rs 

Ot Amusements, Excursions, Leeturos, and 
Concerts, are directed to the splendid Printing 
Establishment of B. F, Slerett, 532 Clay Street, 
over the San Frantisco Market. The largest Post- 
cm, in riain or Fancy Colors, are turned out in 
tho shortest possible space of time. Also, Beau 
tlia\ Prograsunes, Tickete, etc, etc., printed to 
suit the most fastidious. Mr. Sterett keeps oon- 
tantly on hand a fine line of bright colored pa- 
pers of every shade, and the prices charged for 
tueso are very little in advance of plain white 
sper. Streamers of various sizes, from 18 to 42 
nch letters, in stock, of all colors ot paper and 
ink. Theatre Managers are especially invited to 
call for estimates. This well-known Printing House 
was established by the present proprietor in 1860 
and has been in successful operation ever since 

, 3-cj 

Photographic. 

Edouart &, Ooub 504 Kearney street, produce 
Paetel Paintings which we superior to either OU 
•r Water Colors. Enlargements in all styles, gen- 
aral photographic work guaranteed. 9-aa 

For the Holidays. 

A splendid assortment of fine Watches, Jewelry, 
Silverware, etc., at very tow prices, at H. A. Col- 
eu ' «r's, N. W. corner Mission and Second streets. 
Every article warranted. T 

The original "Swain's Bakery" is now established 
n then- magnifi new place at 213 Sutter street 
near Centre Market, and has added a lunch room 
ami too cream saloon. This is their only place of 



.f-Mlical Wonder. 

The great cure r - riieumatic and other pains, 
colds, sprains, etc For sale everywhere. t 



Brother Glover's Protest. 

Brother Glover was a pretty big man in 
a certain old Conne ticut village. He would 
swear a little sometimes, but when he sub- 
scribed $500 toward rebuilding and refitting 
the old church, that special act of charity 
covered a multitude of sins. Brother 
Glover had a big voice. There was no 
time, tone or tune to it, but he bellowed as 
he pleased in church singing. "When the 
new church was finished it had to be dedi- 
cated, and a choir was carefully trained to 
do the singing. Brother Glover was not of 
the choir. The church was crowded, and 
Brother Glover was in his place in a front 
pew, and Brother Glover's voice rose loud 
above the organ. The minister explained 
that it was a piece the choir alone had 
practiced. The piece was recommenced, 
and again Brother Glover's voice broke it 
up. The preacher then fixed his eyes on 
Glover and requested him to keep silence, 
and Brother Glover, looking at his beloved 
pastor with his big, round eyes, replied in a 
big voice: "X«ook-a-here, Mr. Barnhart, I 
paid §500 toward repairing this d — d old 
gospel box, and by thunder I will sing." 
The preacher gave it up, and so did the 
choir. 



Yontlifnl Candor. 

Me and Bill went to the fair — also to the 
cattle show. We went with John in the 
cart. A cattle show and fair is where they 
trot horses. They sell pools outside the 
gate. It is wicked to play cards for pools. 
Pools at a cattle show * 'encourage the hon- 
est farmer, and develop that noble animal, 
the horse." I read the last part of that in 
the paper. The honest farmer has a red 
face and wears a white hat. He smokes 
and swears. The best way to develop a 
horse is to hire the driver on the other side 
to let yours beat A driver that can scream 
and scare the other horses is bully. If he 
can smash another fellow's wheel, and not 
tip over his own sulky, he gets the first 
prize. The place to do that is on the home 
stretch. The home-stretch is next the 
judges" stand. The judges don't stand all 
the time — I saw one judge Bit down and 
squint at the horses through the bottom of 
a tumbler. When I grow up, I mean to 
study law and be a judge. 



While on her way to leap into the river, 
a Minneapolis girl met a man, who proposed 
marriage, and she turned back and waB 
happy. Almost any day now one can count 
four or five Minneapolis girls wandering 
along the river banks. 



The Tonns .nan Irom the Ea-4. 

"Ima stranger in this city, 
I'm lately from the East, 
And mighty fond of oysters; 
Where can I get a feast ? 
I've been to all the restaurants, 
But nowhere could 1 find, 
A plate of Eastern oyBters, 
Of the old fashioned kind," 

"Well, I can tell you," said his friend, 

"Exactly where to go. 

And where to pet your oysters, 

Direct from where they grow. 

Just take a stroll down PINE STREET, 

At 419. opposite the Market, 

Youll see a sign, THE SADDLE ROCK, 

Ton can't fail to remark it. 

"Emerson Corville keeps the place. 

The best saloon in town. 

There you can get your oyBters raw, 

Or fried so crigpand brown. 

He's the largest oyster dealer 

On the Pacific Coast, 

And that he keeps the freshest 

Has ever been his boast. 

"He's got niee little private rooms, 
Where you can Bit at ease, 
And eat your California stew, 
Or Eastern if you please. 
All the voting men of fashion go 
Eight, to the SADDLE ROCS, 
To sat their EASTERN OYSTERS 
And drink their Rhenish hock." 



Fresh and Sweet. 

For the best confectionery, go to Canty and 
Wagner's, 107 Montgomery 6t ^ar Sutter. 



Astonishing. 

It is really astonishing, the low prices at which 
Zachariaa, the jeweler, sells his goods. Any oae 
prahtg along Kearny street, near Sacramento, 
will be attracted by the magnifioent display, k 



Psace is Declared in all families who buy their 
furniture and bedding of J. A- Shaber & Co., 707 
Market street, near Third, because they get bette 
goods for the same price than any other dealers. 



The Muminolh Cave of Mexico. 

It is said that the Cave of CacaMamilpa 
is the largest cave which is j et kuowu in 
the world. Several persons who have vis- 
ited the y ■ 

that of Cacahj;; ; ico, pronounce 

the latter the I; i ■ r. A volcanic moun- 
tain, with an extinct crater, cover? this 
cave. It a not Beeeribed in guide ' 
travel. It has ' ^en de- 

scribed Lisa has twice ex- 

amined and e time in 

February, 1874. J-'ix hundred persons con- 
stituted the expeoring party; they were 
provided with Bengal lights and scientific 
appliances. After Teaching a level at per- 
haps fifty feet depth, they proceeded 3f 
miles into the interior — the roof was so 
high — a succession of halls — that rockets 
often exploded before striking it. Laba- 
rynthine passages leave the main hall in 
every direction. Stalagmites and stalac- 
tites are abundant. Below this cave, at a 
great depth, are two other immense caves. 



A Very Frenchy Story* 

A young girl in Paris, named Marguerite 
Beliet, who had been unfortunate in a love 
affair, resolved to commit suicide. Before 
going to bed she filled her chamber with 
most odorous flowers, and having com- 
pletely closed the room, covered up her head 
and went to sleep. She was found in an 
unconscious state about noon the next day, 
and although by great medical skill she 
was recalled to life, her reason had fled. 
She imagines that she has been transported 
to the kingdom of flowers and has become 
a marigold. *'I remember that I loved a 
butterfly," 3he murmurs; "but he has gone 
away. " 



Pinchbeck Pioneers. 

How would that do for the name for the 
1850 pioneers ? 



Clara Antonia, M. D., de Paris, Business and 
Medical Clairvoyant and Independent Trance Me- 
dium, 134J Post street, near Dupont. Correct di 
agnosis and special attention to the treatment o 
diseases. Consultations in French, German and 
English. 6-0 

iriou 

Feel the need of phosphorus <nerve food), take a 
course of sea- water baths at the Sanitarium foot of 
Powell street, North Beach. Excluisve department 
and lady attendant for ladies, Five tickets for $1, 

, 6-<j 

.» j 

Blankets and Flannels 

Well washed and not spoiled, at the What Cheer 
Laundry' * 



The Decker Grand Piano is the Koto of all oth 
era, without exception, Kohler, Ohase & Co. 
Agents, 633 Clay street* 



NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. 

CALIFORNIA THEATRE 

John McOuixough Proprietor and Manager 

Barton Hill Acting Manager 

MRS. JUDAH 

Begs to announce that . 
X^COESX*. B QE2 N IS2 X* X 7 1 

The First in two years, will take place on 

Friday Evening, January 15th 

When will be presented the powerful emo- 
tional in ay dramatized Jrom Wilkie 
Collins' famous novel of 

The New Magdalen 

BOX SHEET NOW OPEJT. jaMd 



flORTH PACIFIC COiST SAILROAD. 

BETWEEN 

SAN FRANCISCO ANT> TOMAXES. 



On and after Monday, P 

January 11, 1875, Passengers Jj 
will leare • •■ 

SAN FRANCISCO Daily at 2:30 r. K., by 3an- 
celito ferry boat, from Davis street Wharf, connec- 
ting with train for Tomales; and 

TOMAXES Dally at 8 i. a., connecting with 
Saucelito ferry boat at Saocelito. 



SIYDAY. 

Excursion Trains wili.mn as far as Olema, Paa- 
pen b 'erB will leave by -S&ucelito ferry boat from Davis 
street Wharf, at S a. m., and arrive on return to 
this city at same wharf at 4:35 p. m., giving frcni two 
to eix hours time at various points on the road. 
Fare, for the Round Trip. $2 to all Stations west 
of Fairfax, and $1 to Fairfax and all Stations east. 

FREIGHT. 

Through Freight Trains, with a Passenger Car at- 
tached, will leave Saucelito at 6:30 \. m_, on Tues- 
days, Thursdays and Saturdays, and will leave To- 
raales on the same days a t 1 p. m. 
iall-lm G. F. HARTWELL. Superintendent. 



THAT 18 SO. * 



Beantlfnl and Substantial SoM 
of Artificial TEETH only 816, and war- 
ranted equal to any work in New York or San Fran- 
cisco. Beautiful Gold and Platina Fillinga for $( 
and upward, and warranted for life. Twenty years 
experience in New Tork City. Office, 24 Post street, 
between Montgomery and Kearny. 

jsl2 DR. LUTHER, Dentist. 



DR. FERDENANDERZ, 

So Celebrated for nls Success In the 
treatment oi_all diseases of men and women has 
his office at 

215 Kearny Street, bet. Bnah & Sutter. 

Hours 10 a. a. to 1 p. K. and 3 r. st. to 6 p. m. 

deJS-tf . 



CI.AY-STREE1 
RIDING ACADEMY, 

StStf fl«y Street, cot 
Stockton. 

ThL- is too most elegant 
acd oommodloQs Kidlce 
Academy !□ tea city; open 
day and evening. Partic- 
ular attention paid be 
taaohinc hocinnara. j*27-6a3 

A. MARSHALL. PTopriator. 




Dr. C. €. O'DOWXIX, Office and Resi- 
dence S35 Kearny, near Jackson up stairs: Gradu- 
ate of Dartmouth College- and late Surgeon in the 
TJ. 8. Army. Treats offioe patients for a fee of $1; 

"Viaita, $1 50; Medicines free: Obstetrical cases $15. 
fe25-tf 



HORTICULTURAL HALL. 

w:nte* GARDEN. 

(Stockton Street, between Poet and Sutter Streets. 

Saturday, January 233. 
GREATER T»UN EVER. 

THIRD GRAND 

COSMOPOLITAN 

Bal Masque! 

Look at the Creat List of 
Attractions- 

FULL BALLET CORPS 

Under the direction of the Charming 
Dan sense, 

Miss AMY BENNETT 

Will pcrfonn in OLD ENGLISH MORRIS 

DANCE. MAYPOLE DANCE 

PARISIAN LAD5ES 1 

VUADE1LLE. . 

Grand Pageant Procession! 

Presenting A 

CO GRESS OF ALL NATIONS I 

Allegorical and Realistic, introducing 

Xiltrlxxg; Animals, 

The Enffalo of the West; the Camel of the East 
Our Darwinian Ancestry. Grand Chariots and 
Horses. Rich Appointments, Elaborate and Mag- 
nificent Costumes, forming a noble picture of unpar- 
alleled richness and splendor. 

QUADRILLE DISLOQUE ! 

(Original) 
By the New French Troupe of Dancers ! 

SCHMIDT &~SCHL0TT'S 

GRAND ORCHESTRA OF 'to PD3CEB, 

Six Valuable ai»d Artistic Prizes 

Will be awarded as follows : 

TO LADIES— The Handsomest Costume; the 
Most Correct Costume; the Most Orig.nal Costume 

TO GEJNTLEMENT— Costume and the best sus- 
tained Original Character; the most correct Costume 
and Character; the most eccentric Costume and 
Character. 

1 A DIES' PRIZES. 

Superb Oxide Silver Casket, covered with eiabo' 
rate and artistic earrings in bas relief. 

Elegant Bohemian Glass Toilet Set, richly colored 
and gilt, with fine enamelled medallions on each 
piece. 

I'uU Size Quarto Morocco Album, richly orna- 
mented and giit. 

GENTLEMEN'S PRIZES. 

Monster Meerschaum Pipe of great value. 

Handsome Bronze Carved Inkstand. 

Tortoise shell Cigar Oases. 

JfcC" The Prizes will be exhibited one week before 
the Bail, at JOHN HAGMAN'S Store. 3»3 Mont- 
gomery street, under Odd Fellows' HalL 

Special Notice. 

The immense success of the COSMOPOLITAN 
BALS MASQUES has induced some unscrupulous 
speculator to filch, and use the title, in advertising 
some low third-class Ball The public is hereby cau- 
tioned that the only genuine andsuccessf ul COSMO - 
POLITAN BALS MASQUES have been, and will 
be given, at Horticultural Hall, under the direction 
of SAM CENESE. 

TICKETS, TWO DOIJLARS. 

Double Ticket, 'admitting Lady and Gentleman, 
Three Dollars. ja2 




DIVIDEND NOTICES. 



BANK OF THE 



WESTERN SAVINGS 



Crowded Day and NIsbtlT. The Enter- 
prising proprietcra of the Southern Pacific Oyster 
House have added additional neat and private 
rooms to their establishment, retaining their ever- 
popular prices. These popular refreshment rooms 
are on Summer street, below Eisarny, between Cal- 
ifornia and Pine. de34-3m. 




' mm 



North Carson S. M. Go. 

OFFICE OF COMPANY 

Room 21, No. 419 California St. 

Location of Nine, 

Eagle Yalley, on Hie tomstock Range, 

and abont three miles from American Flat. Detail 
maps on file at the ofnee. de2&-tf 



SAVE YOUR MONEY. 

^o^ For all kind of Howard and 

TFaltham 'Watches at Manufacturers' 
go 



Ea 



Prices — Oases cuaxanteed IS karat gold 
_ to F. HOFLENG Sole Agent in San Fran- 
cisco, comer Third and Market Streets, Nucleus 
HoteL All kinds of Solid Jewelry made to order 
and for sale. Diamonds set and for sale at the low- 
est living prices Manufacturing and Repairing 
■ione del>3m 



TRUST OO. 

8AK FRANCESCO, JAX, 4, 1875. 

Oep osito r s* Dividend . 

Tn* Directors of tills Corporation bare 

this day declared the semi-annual dividend, at the 
rate of ten (10) per cent, per annum on Term De- 
posits and eight (8) per cent, on Ordinary Deposits. 
payable on and after January 10th, 1875, at the office 
of the Bank, northeast corner of Poet and Kearny 
streets. F CLAY. 

ja5-lm Vice-President and Cashier. 



Dividend Notice. 

SAVINGS AND LOAN SOCIETY^ 
619 Clay Street. 

The Board of Director*! hare declared: 

a dividend for the six months ending December 3hrt<. 
1874, of nine (9) per cent, per annum on all deposit, 
free of Federal tax, and payable on and after Jim. 
ery 15, 1975, By order. 
j&lS 3w CYRUS W. CARMANY, I 



Dividend Notice. 

SAN' FRANCISCO SAVINGS UNION", NO. 53 
CALIFORNIA ST., CORNER WEBB. 

For the hull year endlns with Decem- 
ber 31zt, 1874, a dividend has been declared at the 
rate of nine (9) per cent per armnm on Term Da- 
posits, and seven and one-half (7i) per cent on Or- 
dinary Deposits, free of Federal tax, payable on. 
and after January 13th, 1875. 

Per order LOVELL WHITE, Cashier 

de29-lm 



Dividend Notice. 

ODD FELLOWSHIPS BANK. 

The Board af Directors of the Odd Fel 

lows' Savings Bank have declared a [dividend of 
Nme and One-Tenth T9-10) per cent, on PERMA- 
NENT DEPOSITS, and of Seven and Throe-Tenths 
(7 3-10) per cent, per annum on SHORT DEPOSITS. 
for the semi-annual term ending December 31st. 
1874, payableon and after the 20th instant. 

JAMES BENSON, Secretary. 
January 10th, 1875. jal2-2ir 



PACIFIC MAIL 

STEAMSHIP CO. 

For China and Japan. 



Leave Wtiarf corner First and 

Brannan Streets every alternate SAT-, 
URDAY, at Noon, for 

YOKOHAMA and HONG KONG 

Cennectingat Yokohama with Company's Branc 
Line for Shanghae via Hiogo and Nagasaki. 

For Itfew Tork 

VIA PANAMA. 

Steamers leave at 12 M. every alternate WEDNES- 
DAY, connecting via Panama Railroad with one ot 

the Company's Steamers from Aspinwall to New 
York. 

FOR FAJJATVr A, 

Calling .at all the Calif ornian. Mexican and Centra 
American Ports. Steamers leave at 12 o'clock nocm 
every alternate TBTBRSDAY. 

SST Through tickets sold to and from LIVER 
POOL. QUEENSTOWN, SOUTHAMPTON. BRK 
MEN. BREST, HAVRE, HAMBURG, STETTIN 
COPENHAGEN and NORWAY. 

Each ship carries an experienced Snrgaon. Medi- 
cal attendance free. 

For Santa Barbara, San Pedro, Los 
Angelos, Anaheim & San. Diego. 

Steamers le ave a t 9 o'clo ck A. M L 

For SAN BUENAVENTURA audi HUENEMB 
calling at intermediate points, Steamer sails at 4 
oolock p. sc 

NO EXTRA CHARGE for Meals or Staterooms. 

For Dates of Sailing see Daily Papers, 

Apply for freight or passage at the 

Pacific Mail Steamship Co's 

OPPIOE: 
Corner L«idesdorfl and Sacnunent* SCg. 

dol-tt JEJTOINGS.& OOX, , 



S. F. and N. P. B. R. Co. 



On and after December, 1&74, tbe Sinar. 

ANTELOPE, Capt. WARNER, will leave San Fran- 
cisco daily (Sundays excepted) from Front and Gresn 
street Wharf at 2:00 o'clock. P. M-. connecting at 
Donahue's Landing with the cars for Petaluma, 
Santa Rosa, Healdsburg. Cloverdale; also with 
«-ith stages for Sonoma, Ukiah, Point Arena, Men- 
docino, Lakeport, Clear Lake, and for the popular. 
Springs of Mark West, Bartlett, Highlanda. Skagga, 
and the gieat natural wonder, the GEYSERS. Ro- 
tuming, the care will leave Cloverdale at 6 A M.. 
connecting at Donahue Landing with the steamer, 
and arriving at San Francisco at 11:15. 

The shortest, quickest and best route to the 
GREAT GEYSEBS— W. 0. VAN ARNAM * 
KENNEY8 Stage Route. ,_ __ 

No freight can be received after 1 JO o'clock P. M 

For further information apply at Company's aflat 
4i& Montgomery street, 

P. DONAHUE, Preside* 
F. H. GBRDES 

noiO-tf General P a ss e n g er and Ticket I 



SAN FRANCISCO BATHS 

Hairdressing Establishment. 

636 Washington street* 

below Kearny. PRICES RE-- 

DUOED: Baths, 25 cents. Shav-™ 

ing, 25 cents. Hair cutting. 25 

cents, Shampooing, 25 oente. 

MbOloated Baths. se Wf JOHN GRTRF 



GEO. A. CASE, 
ID J?. 3XT T? X « T 9 t 

32 Montgomery Street, 
Opp. Lick House. 
Dentistry in all its branehea, at reaaonabla I 

mh30-3m 



EatekUalaeel OB. 



rfaal rRAHClSCO. THOTODAT, JAKUART 1*. UH*. 



$ Hats! Hats! Hats! $ 



i *J ■»*■-» «tof« I 



,AaM.ie>l •*-«*-: 



-. < aarfc raea a»d «» «»— ; 
H .a. •axesfe-tarl ' » »»t u • 

M! eare ee»l for rMtlna: 
BaM tot baawlj untie ba-atVArriaaj; 

H.ta that »«"» eo<t miaaa. eia-b for; 
fart, that WMee cry ran 
r «Jdhn. Ub far e»iV>r.; 

Hi'i that icreee i*" •** °» < 



- .-.n*.lea>an aaa athaean; 

- waUinj. rvlm.-. lriiin<; 
1 fane look ali». >=; 

Hat* for r-nlh*. Ivbl. *T< Hadlira?: 

- ieattu».bri(rbtar,JiolIj; 
H >u for facaa mrUDrkalT: 






r »»TcliM. .huatinit. nilinp 

mifailiriR; 

vp rtylee together; 
.- Irind of weath.T; 

•traw an. I beaver; 
that aim"* wfsr forever; 

■■%* and w.iteriag plaeee; 
lee to wear at new: 
.tli which a mom t-> enter; 
t roorw of wild adventure. 

.Are to T>o Obtained at The 

GREAT I X L 

Auction House 

616,618 and 620 

KK1KNY ST., COR. C01XERCIAL. 



PAOIFIO 



LAV? REPORT!! 



ISSUED EVERY TUESDAY. 



FOURTH YEAR OF PUBLICATION. 



Publishes all the California Supreme 
Court Reports. 

nftfiO 

Only Legal Journal Pabllsbed West 
of the Mississippi. 



0PE11A HOUSE. BUCKIEY^NIW«RI«» 

victor 
<T\..r n»a \<.t k 

Grand Gala Night. 



Friday Evening, January VA\i. 

FIRST BENEFIT 

in- 

J. R. KEMBLE! 




I ■ na i'i r • • ■■> 
ImmonBo 



IB MAHAOP.R.l 
■in-h Oecarion . 



BILLY EMERSON 

Will %pp**r >n bin Popular blrttdh, 

Muldoon. the Solid Man ! 



OUf? CRAND COMB NATION I 

iVraMUinfi "I • TriKin* of AftuA. UnoniaUlcd m 

Mm.~ii-.-1mi. Fnroo, Burlcaque 
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;OiH J> H." , 5r WE3BT 

The |%fartt« Aturtralian 
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thFsevxkino - ::: ^jrA w o art hl 

Tlio rcrfonnanoo will Commence with a 

FIRST PART OF WIT. SONG MO FCB 

Fininhlng «llh the VARIETY WALK ARQUHTj. 



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Echoes in the "Wood. 

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CANFIELD AND BOOKER ! 



Tbo Eccentric and Grotesque Acrobatic Song and 
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•IP conclude with the Laughable Sketch, entitled 

WJfijEg T WANTED 

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The Entire Company, 

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BOOTS AND SHOES. 
Grand Opening.. 

Owlne to tho Increaaod Demand for 

hifl celebrated porfect-fltting Boots and Shoes, 1*. 
KELLY, the Prizo Bootmaker. 33R Bush street, AW 
been oompelled to open a Branch Store at No. 134 
Kearny, where can be found' the finest display in tba 
city. 

I>. XS.£SH.T-."SaT. 

PRIZE BOOTMAKER. 

NO. 335 BUSH STREET. 

ItltANCn HOUSE: 

124 Kearny Street. 

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ORGAN OF AMUSEMENTS 

Programma u' all Established 

Places of Amusement 



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THW. Wll.ll, 1-h.lrn.i. 

Until Farther Notle.. 

All the UU.t Songs next eaturdar WarhA 
EACLBfeUS WILV. 



REMOVAL NOTICE. 



Bank of UBiifomlA. have remove' 1 fn<m 12T- I 
STREET to their New Building, C34 CALLPOKKIA, 
STREET, Corner of Webb. 

J. H. FISH. Presi dent 

DiRBCTORS,— Asa HorksK. O. Main, A. Haatw, 
John Morton. John H, John*oo. Tho* ft. Hay*-.. 
J. H. Ftsh. 

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THE OIwAN OFAM0SBMENTS. 
Paliiahed Every Da In the Tear, l>y 

I 32 Merchant and 537 Washington Sts. 
Below Montgomery. Sou Francisco. 



OMAHA. 



THURSDAY. JANUARY 14 

Amusements, Etc. 

California TbeJitre. 

ftfise Jennie Lee's benefit last nigbt wM attended 
by an audience that packed every nook an-1 c^rnwr 
of .ho Immense structure from the fooUiyht* to the 
callery wall. Her reception and numerous calk 
uboved how llioroiujhly popular she ie with the pub- 
lic KouertoouV comedy Of "Caflte" was tery cred- 
itaWy act*d by the company. After thus the bene- 
firinry «m{t the now tonga "Ast Mamma," and "The 
Hy Bonanza," to LnimenBe encores. The farce of 
iiiv "Bcuioia Boy" concluded the perforniance. The 
Mulder- Fabbri TfcJtimouii.1 takes placo to-niybt. 
The performance will coinuienco with the 'Elixir ol 
.ie™" by the German Company, followed by a reci- 
iatioa by Ueury Edwards, "The Day After the 
Wedding" by tlw California Thuutre Company, the 
whole eoiiclwojnit with a grand Tocal and instrunient- 
aJoonoertby Mi« Wandeaford, Miss Elzer. Sijrnor 
Oonttoi add a grand orchestra, under the leadership 
»f George T. Evaua, 
Miifra House. 

A capital first part by Arlington, Cotton, Kemble, 
lioi»eH DayiB and Harley; Emerson in "Down by 
( b- Old Mill Side'* and other songs; Herr Leonetti, 
the musical phenomenon ; laughable Ethiopian acta 
by tho Company; Emerson In bin great cuarater 
>«t of "Muldoon, tho Solid Man" and Charley 
RhoadcB in banjo solos to night Canfleld and 
Booker are Snow-bound an the railroad, and will 
probably put in an apj-earance to-morrow night for 
J. R. Kemhle's benefit. 
Cklorbii'M Boyal Italian Circus. 

Manager Chiarlni will give but a few more per- 
formances In this city, ae hi* season here will close 
with the week. The very fuU programme provided 
for the last week will be given to-night. The per- 
formance for to-inonow nlghtjwm be forthe benefit 
of the Widows" and Orphans' Fund of the Masonic 
Speranla ltallaua, No. 218. Last Matinee 
oa Saturday. 
Benefit of *1. It. Uemble. 

The very efficient stage manager of the Opera 
Homo, Mr. J. H. Kemble. will take bin beneSA to- 
morrow night, and will provide for the occasion ft 
btjl of extra attractions ; not the least of which will 
Ik- the QrH appearance In this city of the famous 
«ang and dance men, Cantield and Booker. 
Buckley* New Variety Theatre. 

"Echoes m the ■Wood," "The Tourists," "Boring 
for Treasure," 'Talent Wanted." and a great num- 
ber of songs and daucea, and interlude acta, senti- 
mental and comic ballade, etc,, form the programme 
at thin variety theatre every night. 

-Urn. Jttilnh'h Benefit. 

There will be an ovation worthy of the event at 
the California Theatre, on Friday night, when Mrs. 
Judah, literally as well as professionally the old lady 
of the company, takes her benefit. Mrs. Jndah has 
lived among us for nearly a quarter of a century, re- 
spected and este enied by all who know her, both on, 
and off the stage, for her heart qualities, and her 
professional talenta ; and her friends are thousands. 
The play for the occasion will be "The New Magdalen" 
in which her impersonation of Lady Janet Roy is 
the oharm of the piece. We learn that the Drees 
Circle and Orchestra seats are nearly all taken, and 
that seats in the Family Circle axe in demand. 
This is as It should he. 
Third Cosmopolitan Bal na&oue. 

The Third Cosmopolitan Bal Masque at Horticul- 
tural Hall, is to eclipse any of the preceding ones 
in novelty and splendor. We refer ourreaders to an 
advertisement iu another column in which some of 
the new features are cam nine rated. 
Woodward's Gardens. 

On Saturday and Sunday the Phoitte Troupe of 
clastic and disjointed dancers in their original delin- 
eations of the grotesque, and poetry of moUon, Leg- 
mania, etc. Mons. Joseph Will also fire his600-pound 
cannon, with a man on it. on his shoulder. 



ODE T O 

Hast ever bete in Omaha, 

Wheie rolk the dark Missouri down, 
And four strong horses ecarce can draw 

An empty wagon through the town ? 

Where muddy waters rise and swell 
With fearful and resistless might; 

Where fish are caught by sense of smell. 
Because they cannot see to bite T 

Where sand is blown from every mound, 

To fill join- eyes, and ears, and throat ; 
Where all the steamers are aground, 

And all the houses are afloat ? 
Where whisky shops, the livelong night, 

Are vending out their horrid Juice, 
Where men are ofton pretty tight, 

And everything else is loose 1 

Where lager beer is all the run, 
And bloody scalpers come to trade ; 

Where everything Is overdone, 
And everybody underpaid ? 

11 not, take hoed to what I say— 
You'll find it just as I have found it ; 

And if it lies upon your way, 

For G^d Almighty sake go. round it! 

_.iV, Y. Di-patrh. 



C*mnoi>m nr-v 
Will be glad to know that the famous Rostaura- 
_tour, Henry Hoesch, has just opened a new Res- 
taurant at No. -117 Pine street. His efforts in the 
jviet, as a caterer, assure bis sueceBS for the fu- 

t<*<>: 

* — 

Bow to ©reus Well. 

Over two-thirds of the best dressed gentlemen 
•n this city (fhooe "who dress in style we mean) 
would say, U asked the question where they had 
their olothes made, that they went to John Bull's, 
No. .100 Third street, and would also advise yoa 
■ and your friends to go there if you want a perfect- 
fitting suit made in the latest style, from either 
imported or domestlo goods, at the lowest price 
compatible with a good garment. • S- 

Crfat Bargain* in Clothing. 

The only store in the city that hasjthe largest, 
cheapest and finest assortment of Men's and Boys 
Goth ing, is H. Peyser's Montgomery Avenue Coth- 
icg Store, 710 Montgomery street, between Wash- 
ington and Jaekson. Also, a large assortment of 
Men's and Boys' Overcoats and Cloaks, and the 
finest stock of Gents' Furnishing Goods, Trunks, 
Valises, etc. 2-x 

The Old Mini Restaurant. 

At this old established house, G05 Commercial 
Street, above Montgomery, always noted among 
the boo vivaots for itsgood things, can be procured 
the finest and best cooked Oysters, Steaks and Chops 
in town. Terrapins and the choicest brands of 
Wines and Liquors a specialty. Charges moderate 
O. M. Hepburn, the new proprietor, invitee the 
public to give the "Old Mint" a trial. 8-r 



Wit in woman is a jewel, which, unlike 
all otBerfl, borrows lUBtre from its setting, 
rather than bestows it, since nothing is so 
easy as to fancy a very beautiful woman 
extremely witty. 

About the elevenla century the Chinese 
invented paper money. In the thirteenth 
century this pape • currency, made from 
the bark of the mulberry tree, was the 
legal tender of the Empire. 

When an old barn and a pfe-sty burned 
at Ashtabula, Ohio, the other day, "the 
starlit heavens were made to quiver above 
the leaping, roaring flames." 

A Cairo man warns people not to trust 
his wife, and she retorts by saying that he'll 
go without clotheB all Summer before she'll 
take in washing to rig him out again. 

There is none of God's creatures for 
whom the recording angel reserves a larger 
share of pity than the man condemned to 
wrestle with the average boarding-house 
sirloin. 

The Duluth woman who put tbe kero- 
sene can on the stove-hearth while she 
went out to trade with a peddler, is now 
keeping house in a barn, kindly loaned 
for the occasion. 

A Milwaukee man bid in a public door- 
way and jumped out and kissed his wife. 
She didn't whoop and yell, as he expected, 
but replied : "Don't be so bold, mister- 
folks around here know me !" 

# 

A Poet's Idea of California. 

Bayard Taylor, the great traveler, poet 
and writer, speaks of California, and her 
children as follows : 

" The children of California are certainly 
a great improvement upon those not born 
among us. Nowhere can more rosy speci- 
mens of health and beauty be found. 
Strong-limbed, red-blooded, graceful, and 
as f ule of happy, animal life as young f awnsj 
they bid fair to develop into admirable 
types of manhood and womanhood. To 
them, loving their native soil with no ac- 
quired love, knowing no associations which 
are not linked with its blue skies and its 
yellow hills, we must look for its proper in- 
habitants, who will retain all that is vigor- 
ous, earnest and generous in the present 
race, rej ecting all that is coarse and mean. 
For myself, in breathing an air sweeter 
than that which first caught the honeyed 
words of Plato— in looking upon lovelier 
vales than those of Tempe.and Eurotus— in 
wandering through a land whose sentinel 
peak of Shasta far overtops the Olympian 
throne of Jupiter— I could not but feel that 
Nature must be false to her promise, or man 
is not the splendid creature he once was, if 
the art, the literature, and philosophy of 
ancient Gree ce are not one day rivaled on 
this Last of inhabited shores." 



little Jonnny's Com posit lons.-Tlic Owl. 

Wen you come to see a owl cloce it has 
offle big eves, and wen you come to feel it 
with your Bngers, wich it bites, you fine it 
is mosely fethers, with only jus meat enuf 
to bole 'em to gather. 

Once they was a man thot he wud like a 
owl for a pet, so he tole a bird man to send 
him the bes one in the shop, but wen it was 
brot he lookt at it and squeezd it, and it 
diddent sute. So the man he rote to the 
bird man and said lie keep the owl you 
sent, tho it aint like I wanted, but wen it is 
wore out you mus make me a other, with 
littler eyes, for I spose these eyes is number 
twelves, but I want number sixes, and then 
if I pay you the same price you can afford 
to put in more owL 

Owls has got to have big eyes cos tha has 
to be out a good deal at nite a doin bisnis 
with rats and mice, wich keeps late ours. 
They is said to be very wise, but my sisters 
young man he says any buddy cude be wise 
if they woud set up nitea to take notice. 

That feller comes to our house jus like he 
use to, only more, and wen I aathimwy he 
come so much he said he was a man of 
sience, like me, and was a studyin ornitho- 
galy, wich was birds. I ast him wot birds 
he was a studdyin, and he said anjils, and 
wen he Baid that my sister she lookt out 
the winder and said wot a fine day it had 
turn out to be. But it was a rainin cats 
and dogs wen she said it. I never see sech 
a goose in my life as that girl, but uncle 
Ned, wich has been in ol parts of the worl, 
he Bays they is jes that way in Pattygony. 

In tha picter alphabets the O is some 
times a owl, and some times it is a ox, but 
if I made the picters Ide have it stan for a 
oggur to bore holes with. I tole that to 
ole gaffer Peters once wen he was to our 
house lookin at my new book, and he said 
you is right, Johnny, and here is this H 
stans for harp, but hoo cares for a harp ( 
wy dont they make it stan for a horgan ? 
He is such a ole fool. 

Determined to Marry. 

A moonlight wedding was recently cele- 
brated on the banks of the Niantic river, 
in Connecticut, under peculiar circum- 
stances. The bride and groom, with their 
friends, called on the dominie of Niantic 
village, late in the evening, and desired him 
to unite them. When he looked at their 
certificate of publishment, he discovered 
that it had been made out in the neighbor- 
ing town of Waterford, and was valueless 
in Niantic There was a flutter of conster- 
nation for a moment, and then the bride 
pluckily suggested that they should walk 
over to Waterford, a mile distant by the 
railroad track, as it was too late for the 
train. In that town no suitable place could 
be found for a wedding ceremony except the 
hotel, which was vetoed at once, as the 
party were Good Templars. Again the 
bride came to the rescue, and declared that 
an open-air wedding would be decidedly ro- 
mantic. And by the edge of the quiet 
stream, with the bridal company standing 
around in the moonlight, the couple were 
made one. 



OPERA HOUSE. 



THOMAS MAGUIRE SOLE PBgFEljKEOK 

J. E. KEMBLE STAGE MASUOBS 



THIS EVENING -.JANUARY 14 

PART FIRST— Graud Vocai and instrumental Concert. 

INTRODUCTORY OVEETTTEE j , EMEXSOKUKS 

BALLAD-DON 'T BE ANGEY WITH ME. DARTJNG J. M_ DAVIS 

COMIC SONG— WIDOW MAGEE BEIT COTTON 

BALLAD-BELLE BRANDON G. W. HABtEY 

COMIC SONO— RIDING IN A SLEIGH W. AELIKGIOjr 

BALLAD— YOU NEYEK MI6S THE WATER TILL THE WELL RUNS DRY J. G. jIUBBEIi 

Descriptive Finale THE FRESHMAN'S CLASS 

TERMINATING WITH 
MISS JENNIE SIIEUIIANS Classical Beprcsentalion of tbe GODDESS Or LlltUt TY 

"TPART^siaiN^ 

BILLY 333 .Ml HZS IF*. 8 O IT 
In a Budget of His Latest Cems. 

The Musical Phenomenon. 




MAGUIEE'S NEW THEATEE TO LET. 



PIPER'S OPEBA HOUSE, 

TlKtilXIA CITY, NEVABA. 

JOHN PIPER Proprietor 



This Elegant Theatre can he Kentcrt by 

the night or week. Stars and traveling companies 
liberally treated irith on application to 

JOHN PIPER, 
Manager and Proprietor,. 
Or to J. II. McCABE, 
jn28-tf 332 Bush street, San Francisco. 



Hymn book vender to small boy : "My 
son, can you sing a Sunday School hymn?" 
' 'Not 'zackly, but I kin whistle de Mulligan 
Guards bootchifuL" 



l 540 Washington slrvtt. 
Fvcikoh cali boota made to order for $6; box toed 
goiters made to order lor $6; oxford tie shoes made 
K order lor 36; boye' boota made to order lor $$; 
and large assortment of boots and shoes, all e( 
Burkhardf B make, at equally low sales, at 540 

Washington street. u 

Charlotte CutUoiiui 

Will not appear this season, but the disappoint- 
ment is more than repaid by the beautiful display 
*l Christmas Goods at Mayers* Bazaar, corner 
Montgomery and Pine streets. l 



The actress Janauschek wears, it is said, 
one hundred thousand dollars worth of 
diamonds, which naturally gives additional 

brilliancy to her playing. 

, — . * 

Holiday Confectionery. 

A fine assortment of holiday candies and new 
styles ol CbriBtmas tree trimmings, fancy boxes, 
costume bon-bons, cornucopias, sugar fruits and 
ancy articles Just receiyed at J. Vogcley & 
Brothers, late of the Mechanics' Fair of 1874, 26 
Second street, near Grand Hotel. 

Dr. Doherty. 

Has devoted his study more particularly to 
■hronic and Bpeciflc pructic, and as such is now 
Vhe most successful of any Physician in San Fran- 
:1bco. Office, 619 Sacramento street, corner of 
^eidesdorft, a few doors below the What Cheer 
House. | T 

The Green Boom. 

This popular resort ol the profession and all 
epicures who can appreciate good liquors and a 
good lunch, Is directly opposite the California The- 
atre. It has jnflt been beautifully frescord and is 
now a modle ol taste and elegance. Everybody 
goes to th» Green Boom between the acta x 



The Mason & Hamlin Organs are acknowledged 
to be the most powerful, at the same tune giving 
forth the sweetest tone at any sther. Kobler, 



Washing Returned in One Day. 

And we never disappoint, at the What Cheer 
LAUmlry. No Chinamen employed. 



What Cheer Laundry. 
la Leideedorff street, near Sacramento 



Pianos to rent from %i to $10 per month, by 



A War Veteran. 

"Old Abe," the pet eagle of the Eighth 
Wisconsin regiment during the civil war, 
is still alive, and domiciled as a pensioner 
at the capital of its native State. The 
bird was in nineteen pitched battles and 
as many as eighteen skirmishes, and had 
several feathers cut out of his plumage by 
a Confederate bullet He would enjoy a 
brisk fight as well as any soldier, and his 
harsh screams of defiance at the enemy 
are said to have been often heard dis- 
tinctly above the din of musketry and 
cannon. He has even had the honor of 
figuring in the official reports of certain 
campaigns. 

Santa Cinna 

Is not a myth if Now year's candies of every 
kind, shape and color (both home-made and im- 
ported), is any proof ol the existence of the time- 
honored deity, of presents for little ones. In fact, 
George Haas & Co., No. 20 Kearny street, has fac 
similes of Santo Claus (in Candy) that are really 
good enough to eat. His holiday Btock of home- 
made candies and bon-bon boxes cannot be ex- 
celled anywhere, as.a visit to his store will show, k 

Banker's Clah House Sausages. 

A delieous table delicacy. They are made of 
dairy-fed pork, are admirably seasoned, and are 
as superior to the ordinary dry, tasteless saus 
age made of beef and p»rk mixed, as anything 
can be imagined. Made fresh every morning at 
Bunker'a Stall, 74 and 76 California Market, Cali- 
fornia street entrance. Try them. 8-B 

Do Not Suffer from Corns. 

The unfortunate sufferers from Corns, Bunions 
club and Ingrowing Nats, cah find instant relief 
by applying at Dr. R. H. Cowan's Institute, re- 
moved to 212 Kearny street, from 1 to 6 p. M. We 
speak from experience, having tested the Doctor's 
capability. Reference given if required. h 

The Winter Styles. 

All the latest Winter styles of hat have been re- 
ceived and are now on view at "The" Hat Store, 
647 Washington street. The variety is very large, 
and the prices charged at this well-known estab- 
lishment are very reasonable. a 

The Antelope Oyster House. 

Our specialty, always the best oysters in market 
served up in the best style of cooking. Our 
Eastern txansplanted oysters excel any other in 
market Established i» 1864. No. 612 Market 
near Montgomery. B 

The Emerson Piano is the finest and cheapest 
Piano in the market to-4ay for general use. Koh- 
lu, Chase & Co., 633 Cla* street. » 

I 



METROPOLITAN THEATRE 

8ACBAMENTI), 

TO MS3STT, 

By the Night, Week, or Month, from 

Nov. 1st. For terroB apply at the Theatre, or by 
letter to W. K. MORROW, Proprietor, Sacramento. 
If B.— I have no authorized Agent anywhere. 
mb24-tf 



ORO FiNO THEATRE, 

POBTLAKO, Ur«i!oa: 
....AND.... 

THEATRE R01AL, Victoria. 

Lessee and Manageress, 

MISS FAHNT MORGAN ?H£X?5. 



The above Theatres are n«w open far 

the Fall and Winter Season with a Jnll J3rajctaCBt£ 
Company. Stars having two or more wedtm Jfiaca 
can apply as above, or to J.JI. .WfCABE. 33* 

Bush street, San Francisco. ;*e44Z 



OPERA HOUSE, 

8AN JOSE, CAtA. 



This Beautiful and IVewly Benovated 

Theatre is to be let by the Might, Week, or Month, 
at reasonable terms. 
ap24-tf G. BB.OHASKA, Proprietor. ' 



MOZART 

STOCKTON, 



HALL, 

CA1. 



To Let by the Night or Week, for Dra- 
matic Performances, Concerts, Lectures, etc., at rea- 
sonable rates. Address J. A. Woodman, Proprietor 
and Lessee. Stockton. For particulars enquire of 
W. D. Lewis, 506 Commercial Btreet, San Fran- 
cisco. N. B. Music furnished on all occasions. 
ool2-tf 



PACIFIC HALL. 

CALIFORNIA THEATRE BITIL»IS« 
SAN FRANCISCO. 



This Fine Hall can be Kented far Bra 

matic Performances, Operas, Concerts, Balls, Loo- 
tures, Benefits, etc., by the Night or Wofak. on rea- 
sonable terms. Pacific Hall has just been elegaatls 
refitted, frescoed and supplk i with a New Stage asd. 
Scenery, and will accommodate 1,500 $*r.-c±i* with 
livery seat in full view of the stage- Pea texaaa &*> 
ply at the Hall, to 
oc22 3m Thos. M. Blalv. 



CHEYENNE OPERA HOTJBJE, 

CHEYENNE, WYOMING TERR17SSY. 

This Popular Theatre- Has Bcmi Bt rent- 

ly Refitted and Deooratedr First-daao Dramatis' 
Companies or Dramatic (~tars coming East will bs 
treated liberally upon application either by teJegrajh 
or in person. Address all coiumuni cations lo 
JAMES McBiNlEX. 
Proprietoi, 
Lock Box No. I, Cheyenne, Wyo. Ter. je» 



SCOTT'S 

VARIETIES. 

Fun, Pleasure. Variety and 
Beauty. 

no jscfxyjy. t». 

In this Pleasant Besort 

ONE CAN 

Pass «,n JSvenlxig 

MOST DELIGHTFULLY. 

Ilere (be Kindest Attention In Tendered 
to Both Strangers and Residents. 

The Proprietor having catered to the wants of tha 

ETJN-IOVIHCr PUBLIC! 
Both Here and in Virginia City 

BAB ATTAINED A 
Popularity Tjneaalled ON THIS COAST ! 

THE PRETTIEsTOF TALENT! 

....AlfD.... 

THE FINEST OP EVERYTHING 

....AT.... 

MBS. SCOTT'S YABIETIES, 

...iOOENEK.... 

Sacramento anj Kearny Sts. 



McDANIEL'S THEATRE. 

CHIUNNE, WYOMING TERIITBIY. 

Open the Tear Round Wlthanrnt.nM i 

Variety Company. Variety Arista coming Ea*t ea« 
at all times secure First-ClasB engagements. Mfus 
be artiBts of acknowledged anility and havegoe* 
wardrobe. No others need apply. Address 

JAME8 MCDASIEL. 
Lock Box No. 1, Cheyenne. Wyo. Ter. Sel 



3QTTTRE WAEDLE....J. E. KESfBLE I SI.OEI.EAF BEN COTTON I DICK. 

MULDOOItf THE SOLID MaN. 

B'LLY FMERSON. 

THE CLOCKMAKEE/S HAT! 

MR. QBABALL J. E. KEMBLE 

MB. EAT A 1,1. 1 J. F. OSBBlST 

BOBBY BREAK ALL BILLY BICK 

M ?-_ "P??^ 1 ^: •-■ •-■.- ^J-':-^■■-^■^-^.^ ^ : L ' y.'JI | ?^ | 1' ^^ ^ /,- ^ ^ ^ . J' 1^0-9.°* g^j _™° ^J^ 

SELECTIONS .' OKCHESTBA 

The whole to conclude with the Laughable Sketch, entitled 

Opposition is the Life of Trade 

MR, BONIFACE J. R. KEMBLE I BLLL BREAKALL BULY ARLINGTON' 

JIM GRANGER BEN COTTON | BILL ROARER J. F. OBERIST 

MISS FLIMSEY MI8S SHJOULAX 

KERICKOl Ibeb,omei " !l " mB l D. J. SHEEWOl.OB 

FRIDAY, Jan. 15, First Appearance of the Worid-renowned S0NO and DANCE MEN, 

FRIDAY EVENING, January 15th, Grand Complimentary Benefit to 

APPLY AT BOX OFFICE OF THE OPEKA JKWTMK. 



Both Male and Female Talent 

'Will do well by communicating iriti hb, 

ON THEIE WAY EAST 0B WBBT 

AB WE WANT GOOD ARTISIS, 
To Wnom Good Salaries W1I lie F«l# 

Address II. It. LOXORO Jt CO., 

Theatre CoanlQB*. 
c27 Evanaton. W. 



THOS. W. BREE ft CO* 

Brass Founders and Finisher* 

BEER FAUCETS a Specialty. 

MAJinPACTUKEKS 

AND REPAIRERS OF 

DRUMS, BANJOS, AND 

Cold and Silver Platers 

SPOONS and FORKS made as Good ae Stem- 

lessons given on the Banjo and IfernM 

542 Mission street, between First and Seeoaaa, 

N. B— Fine-toned Silver Solo Banjoe far Piof * 
donate always on hand. j»lo-U 



peciiuty. 



T. B. Roes. 

ROSS 



Wac AfilasoTOS. 
ARLINGTON, 



Exebange Boarding oniSale 

Stable, 152 Tehama, off Third Street. 
Careof Boarding and Sale Horses a 
Specialty. Sale HorseB alwaa .J"' 
hand. Breaking and Handling Colta, 

etc, with care. , ... 

N. B. Ollppingol Horeea done with 
care and dispatch with the English 
SithS«( PaKtMachinea, which a» en<k*»*c. • 
e?e^dj Price, SIX DOLLARS.™ _ 




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SAX rRAKCISCO. rnlDAY, jaiuaht 15, UJV>. 



VOL. XXI. 



No. II iTilltmnillJ 

J pi. u -' 

CLOAKS 

III MM Ml IN Till 



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HAVE YOUR PICTURES! 






NEW YORK GALLERY E 

Mo. 25 Third St., 






CALIFORNIA THEATRE. 



U« nL»IM*^ 

Ublari P.etarf* Onlj f« PerDiien ! THIS , :v , 

tu».F. IntaM 



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3vr:^.s« «-r*^F3ra - ^.3eE : 



JANUARY 1ft 



dremaUaed rr.«n WILklK 0OLU1W 



PALACE OF FASHION. NEW KA&DALEH 

A. MORRIS, 



Merchant Tailor, 

Panax V. W l i n il l. «. 

CUSTOM-MADE GOOD8 I 






C*at-yW 'ft rotcfeat by- ml Hue Md 

I tb«tr Ooo*W bcfon fottkf skewhst*. 



ly Prices Defy Competition. 

CAIX nil CVIYHICE YOFBTISIVIS. 



Bulaea Suits 

6 X Beaver Dress Suils.... 

Helton Orereoats 

tCatsimere Pants 

Black Beaver Pants 

BUk Velvet Tests. 



*v. MORRIE 



$30 

55 

1(1 

7 

10. 

9 



So. 17 SeoondStre et. 

tlHiltf Grand Hotel. 






MlHt) BELLA TATJ-MAN 

m rs 

MIHH I 



'Palace Amphitheatre. 

*« »>** Moatcou.ery nnd >N*j.lo*. 

Last "Wools, ox 

o xx I A.H x »j _c ' e» 

?^UI^n JIM!? 

THIB (FRIDAY) KVXNtNO JANUARY Hi 

IIUIIUUT.f Ike WlllOwa'and I'RI'MANB' Fl»D 
Of the liMila Lwljv. , 

ADM1HMO* [for u»lt oota^oivi nil; lialMn. 

nr^b^ABliiETcTTHTrEVEiiTN^ 

I • vrrturr- "\nbiir.." i iij 

•■C<U KTU, 

I THT. QIII.VH LASCKRM <■ i »ut1 I; volutin I** 
»"■' I utile, ami Pnar f.rnilrmrn. iniiirr «Gr 
roluiiliilid of MI.NOft 4 (11 AIM M, nil Lit W«a* 
rlutrurr "<. t KIR il.|»|." 

9 JskPAnu itum 

- W» tl tllOKKUl \\m I 

I IK XII. 1 if I 1 It l.nml \;iiiIMiiu Irl »\rr I 
mill (.ill.-, lit tli. \iiniiu innlr lllioil 
< I ItA .in Hi. fijNJM Altklrulluu Ktrtpti 



U. )l Mi 

, .11 MATTHEWS 

MURKY WuODs 

H M ■ 

Theoron* of MUobtoUM In * French cottage on Ut*0»nuaui frontier, during- the recent war between France and Prussia: 
•Mab.cUK.rp c House," Kct.i:nfioij, Kh^ImwI. 

After which MISS JEXNII. LEE will slog 

ID A.T7Y OROOKLETT'8 MOTTO. 

Dedicated to FRANK MAYO. Word, by 6AM BOOTH. MuUc by CBAS. SCHULTZ., 
MR. HENRY EUWARDS will nxvlto lor Uic Am time WILL C'AKLETON'S Poem, 

'OVER THE HILLS XO THK FOOM HOUSE." 

Concluding with, for the first time here, the Amusing Farce of 

. ' ■■!;■;•■' i>-':-A 

SAT; AH TrBBS MISS JENNIE LEE 

>U:s. MHIKiRIDGB. - MRS 0. R. 8AUNDEKH 

ARAHTNTH A MISS C'AKEIli WY ATI' 

MR, Muv.v.lMlJlll. W. M. LEMAN 

8AM KM' ROBERT PATEMAN 

HARRY FIKLDINO O. H. MESTAYER 

SATURDAY MATINEE AND NIGHT, January 10th, 

THE NEW MAGDALEN. 

MONDAY, January 18th, First Appearance in California of the Great Emotional Actress 

iA BOBBIS ar "Oainilto." 



.-, IIIIMTI. ihr (nl.n.i rrr.llillcnMr I'vmv. I. kb 
l.i-.ul An of I..I. lllu.-ii.-i-, lnlru.lu. etl by litaMr 
l.l l>l I'll I III HUM. 

down IIIIWI I It III RUIRT. 
6 JII.OLIM. IITUAIIHIIIMItl 

klklllA kIMTAlA 

J Tin: iitiiiirn of liiTiK ii>r c an ci i nr .. 

Injf An on llor.rl.nrk 

Wnarlla BKLEN 1 1 ill .v.i.l nuduuir l\>l kjlai 

a 1'itiMii'ti miiMuiiv Art 

iSi-'Uiii Houlnr HHa. 

«OIV« Hit. II AKSI.lt. 

INTBRMretSoiToi^FirTEBN WI.XUItST 

!l i;rtlSI» WAE MAIHII "lUlllim" li!tlM>r.<»M.<r 
OKCHUHTKA. 

lO-IKII'IILF HOBI/.UVTII, III It 

ML8Mlt<4. ILinOS mid <: Allien 

lI-l.'I'liKR.II, (li'.VT. Ihi' ninznlllrrnt Urn 
II' r,. 1 llli-(ifli<-r lo llllit-lto . iir«.«Mil.-vl l.y Sim. 
O. ITII AltlM 111 n i:iiiinl liniu^i- ti'f it In bMM 

If !S>Mt»'iii I'lilarlnh enillliK li !<• prrlor 

will, a daace lo tin- liolinJiu- nlr "Ten 111 
HL .I'm Away.** 

■ '.■ THE 111 I I S OP THF. ARF.SiA. S.'norila 

IT ifA, in her 1 in iinll. iS Lqui>lviitu ArA _ 
Biirclnlck llortic. (Town Mr. IIAIWR 

IS-JAR AND ItOV Av.livtill.Hlii.' Fritt <if Enulllfa - 

rlu.ll It; Mkll I HOkll III mill K« 1 

I4-PR1KICE AND III ki:. the lira lilulilv Inilm I 
Hones Inlriidm-Avd hy siunor I;. <TIIAKI*»r 

■ o-«RAND PRINCIPAL 1)1(1 FSTRI AS 111 Hi 111 

16 SH;NIIR FARANTI, The Ronele.n Nondmcrll*. 
17-TIIE rORSICAN POST-POl E-ritlni; HndM 

Aef on Four Barclmek Poii1i-h 

Muster TOMMY l*«H 

Last Mdlinee on Saiurd .y At ier no«. 

MONDAY EVENING JANUARY IK 



SICNOR CUISEPP£ CHlAKlNlt 



urn n>t i Business 
HEALD s \ College. 

24 Post St. , San Francisco 



Tt.e L*rmt and Bc«C BtulnctM CoUe«c 

Ota thai Oout Iw gTa-luato* are craalified for basi- 
tMH aad enaMeil to Oil luaatiTe dtuatiosB at once. 
fount B«n ahouid exauiino this achoo) before at- 
teodinrf alfwfacro. For itjioimaUon oall at tho 
■eioa. N» M loat afreet, or addreaa E. P. Ili'nld. 
tUo Franeiaoo. oolMf 



If 



THE VILLA,' 



GOLDEN OATE PARK, 

Tb. Belldiug barloa Jo.t dom oomptetod, u 
now thrown open to -ho ivaivllc To. boaw t. «!». 
cuUt fmrnl.D»d. tad hi. 

Four Pabllo Parlors, 
Ten Private Dining Rooms, 

The wool, being bnllt, n»t like, public bote! 
b«t u It la named 

An Elegant Villa. 

■ VUbV* ta loeatod at tb» lait or oorth-woet- 
*a of Me Park. 



CUIDO MANCENBERC, 

PROPRIETOR. Ot-U 




PROGRAMMES, 
And aU kind, of Printing (or 

Shows, Lectures, 

Concerts, Theatres, 

Excursions, Ac. 

AT I»W aUTJLS, BY 

B. P. STERETT, 

532 OtAY STREET. 



Attention, Good LlverBl 

p. b. BKBora a co., 
ItlMERt' RESTAURANT, 




"*A.O» B1IU of rereenliae. ail lb. dell 
••^J*]*. ""»»: .Oo? ROM, la "ooo. vian~ 



i « ■«* auNe ..... eu enu la 

Lf^Katxai. Moderate Ohajaau. 

nojn fciTTt a. m. to 10 r. n. aaAAt 

*R »■* »»3C»nimerclia ud 7M Muket 



THE CLIFF HOUSE! 

ROARING OCEIvM' SURGING BREMERS 
FOAMING SURF, MONSTER SEA LlONS 

Appetizing Breakfasts, Lunches, 
Dinners and Snppers. 

BRING YOCR VTIRBI 

BK1NO YOUH PAMIUYl 
BRING TOUR LADY FKIENDr 

And .niorarl.w of tbe tloest OOEAN PANO- 
RAMA IN IH." WORLD, all in »v«bt of. 
tbe "orld-r.no ■> nBd 

Ci<> I tie a Gate. 

With a fleet of wbtte-winaed oieesenderfl eoterlna 
from erety part of tbe commercial world. 

efc-New Line Beseea, oonneeting wild Street 
Oarn at Lone Monovaio everr IS lainnte. bereaftfl 
for the ijlvff Itonee jrl-tl 



LAlNAS-LliiY'** 

SAN FRANCI8C0 DIRECTORY, 

1B7B, 

Established, 1857. 

The Prlutlns of tho Above Reliable 

work has been cominenced, and Its completion will 
be secured as early its tbe character of the work will 
permit. In the meantime, the undersigned will es- 
teem It a favor to be notified of any change of 
Anna, removals, new arrivals In the aity, or any 
other alterations or omissions that may havo taken 
place since the Information for the work was col- 
lected by the canvassers. 

HENRY O. LANOLEY. Proprietor. 
612 Clay street, near Montgomery, Up Stairs. 
Jal2 



Oakland distributing agehc* 

TAYLOR ate CO., 

BUI and Card Distributor? 

FOR OAKLAND and llcl.lt). 

Will faithf idly moke dlatributlone 

Circulars. Dodgers, Cards, 

And every deecription of - .. I 

X*rlnto<a Matter 

Ai moat Seaaoonble ntea. 
TAYLOR •» CO. DI8TKIBCTB 

"PiaARO" 

In Oakland every day, and an to bo railed apoo" 

IT Order. B ewdr ed at Ihla OfBee. 

THI BOtrSZHOLD FTJRJTISHrNG OO 
StS PINE STREET, BAH PSANOIBOO. 

Tinned, rinnlnhed, JapmajMd, Wooden 

and Rattan Wove, Bra*., Copper, Ptre-OUl and 



Onuttosatal and Artnrtto Bopaanout 
Artlolaa, daV>nn 



LEAVY BRO. & GO'S. 

Own Brand of Imported 

Consolidated Virginia 
CIGARS ! 

REINA VICTORIAS. 

WHOLESALE DEPARTMENT. 

500 Moutjromery St. 

ftETAm 



Cor. or Bnaa and Kearny, Lanrel Palace. 

Ia2.3rn 



HENRY HCOJrliSeOH, 

Bia JXTST OPENED A 

NEW & ELEGANT RESTAURANT 



l^o. 417 r»iia.o Street 

Between Moutgomary sand Kearny Streets. 

The Above Popnlar Kefitaarati-ur has 

fitted qjp his New Bestaurant in the moat elegant 
style. 

Alvra-yu on Hand the Choicest Viands 
the Market Affords. - 

PETVATE ROOMS FOR FAMILIES. 

HE).BY BDEgCH. 

Jali-lm -U7 Pine •treet, opposita the Market 



To the Unfortuuiite. 

Dr. Gibbou's Dispensary. 

Mo. 023 Kearny Street, Comer of 

Oommercial, San Francisco. Entrance on 
Commercial. Established in 1854. for the 
treatmentand cure of all diseasus of tuc uri- 
nary and generative organs, and all physi- 
cal conditions or Weakness consequent 
upon tho errors or ignorance of the sexes. Skiu diB- 
ease (of years' standing) and rhenmatiam rmcceas- 
fully treated. Tho sick and the aitlicted shoidd not 
fall to call upon him. The l>octor has traveled ex- 
tensively in Europe, and inspected thoroughly the 
various hospitals thore, obtainiug a great deal of 
valuable inforniation, which he in competent to 
lniLort to those in need of his services. l)r. Uibbon 
wlU make no charge unless he effects a cure. 

Addro.i3 DR. J. b\ UIliBON, Box 1957, San 
Francisco. no25-tf 



OVERLAND HOUSE, 

Savmunanto St, Hear Montgomery. 

The Beat and cneapeat IllUbnui 
ROOMS in dan Franoiao' . With or without board, 
J. E 8L1NKEY, Proprietor. 

N. B ALu Proprietor of "BON TON" Saloon, 
OalUornla Theatre. Buab .treat. dsB 



MONEY TO LOAN I 

UPON STOCKS, BONDS, BKAL BUT ATE. 

Lira IN8UKANOE POLICIES, AND ALL 
OTBEE OOOD OOLLATSBALS, BY 

JOHN T. LITTLE, 

deE-la MO, OAUVOBNIA BTEBET. 



Pianos! Pianos! 

....WITH.... 

"Barbarism and Civilization." 



Now it Is true that music does refine. 

It is tbe red rose on tbe human vine. 

But turn the idle air to murmurs sweet, 

Mark the effect upon the crowded street. 

Cares are forgot, the step elastic etowb. 

The fretted current Bolter, smoother Hows. 

And man his fierceness or bis guilt cschewa, 

The hypochondriac forgets his blues. 

Windows jump open; Biddy shades ber eytfll, , 

The very Chinaman ehowa some surprise. 

The little hoy, 'tis needless to explain. 

Rum? for the music with his might and Luain. 

If thus for good the enchantress wields berpower 

All California homes should have this flow§r. 

And the Opportunity is Mow Open. 

Families of limited means invited to examine the 
Large Stock of PIANOS just arrived at 

105 STOCKTON STREET, 

Every Celebrated Maher Represented ] 

In New aud Used lustruments, and at IMcef 
Within the reach of all. 

Lovers of Art Come and rk« 

"Barbarism and Civilization," 

Those expressive and elegant ideas In tbe form 
*jf beautiful fainale faces. 

♦JST CHOICE 0HR0MO8 AHD FATNITNOe a 

specialty 
AUweloan-^ourln, or n<*^Hownrd BoMo,. 



[Late Stage Manor^r of Magulre's Now ta* 

atre, (ormerly Bunioess Manager and Adpit* 

of BtrakoBch-Nilsnon Concert, Marctct. 

Italian Opura. Uran's Opera Boufle. 

Wyndham Comedy Comp'y. Jane 

Coombes' Comedy Company, 

etc. et©- r 

Detw to InTom. the Profession rmd yn TJa- 
lio that he Is prepared to orgauizo, uiauaco unci art 
range on moderate terms 

Concerts. Benefits, TheitricaU, 

Amatenr PerformanceeT, 

Tableaux, etc. 

And Entertoinments of all kinds. FUEL.TO £.K>*> 
PRIVATE, to furnish, if reuutred, 

Profcsalonal Aid, Costumes, Prope^4»*» 

Affexnoriex. 

To give attention to proper and suitable r*i. »*a*F 
advorti^ing, etc. - 

Parties uadertaldns any kind of Amn^cti-- 
tertcdiiinCTits, will siivu money and sacure efl Japt-3 
by cntrubting their business to 

3E». oxajXTxr: isixs. 

Address: NaB*Urc*s Mew Tbeoi - 

S3T Artiste will obllgo by fonvrtrdlne sawml rwiia) 
altiea aud addresses. a«\*-V 

EOCKAWAY OYSTER. HOUS1T- 

10M Market Street, Rear Junction *! 
Market and PowulL • 

Choicest OyslcrH, Chops aud , 

Steaks served to order at all Lours. (| 
SUPPEKS for Parties and Families ^ 
pTOiiiptly supplied. Trie patronage of 
ourfriendti and the public i.* MspMt- 
fully aoUcited. HENKY LAK 

KD. KRl ? .li 
oc30-tf pA-opriAju.1 



The Celebrated Pan 1^3 as« 

Either California or Eastern Cjst^ 
Cocked to Order at 

SOLOMON TESMORE'S 
Btalbi, 57, 68 and 68 California Mark -t. 
(Entrance on Pine Btrcet.J 
Families and Restaurants supplied at kKv- 
del7-lm 



STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING. 



HOME KUTTJAX INSURANOE COMPANT. 

The Annaal HeeUnc of the HCorA hold- 
er* of tbe Home afutual Insurance Company wiD be 
bald at the Company's office, 406 California streot, 
,u MONDAY, January 18, 1675. for the 



will be open from 1 o'clock until 4 P. m. 

OH AS & STOAT, aboeui*. 

flap FrandKo, Jatmary 7. J«5. >«frU 



J. C. COMBJE.fi, 

Terrapin Constantly on Hand 
Oysters in every style. PRIVATE". 
FOR PASTIES. 

SMl-fl 



SUFFER ROOMS FOR PARTIES. 



MORACHAN& LYNCH. 

DEALERS I If 

Orater*. Claai.i And nil Binds 

of Shell Fish, Stall fcS ( 'rUifomia Mar- 
ket, San Francisco. Open Day and 
Night, FamiHaa, PubUc and Priv»U 
Partiea, Hotala, Shipptoc «td Reatau- 



OEUBOi MATES, 



sTinjlir In •yeten, fhtnu. and 

all kinds of SHELLFISH. Stall a hor- 
4a, 41 , 431, California Market, entranci 
on Oah f ornia street. 

Pablie or prtvato parties and famllie*. 
from ft a. H. tt 11 ? i. LailT* and: Qm 
Oystsr Rooms oq*q Lram i a. m. to li »-. * . 



Qpf 



x*"XG-a:o.o 



THE 3GAN OF AMUSEMENTS. 



Published Every Day In the Year oy 
AT 

32 Merchant and 537 Washington St»* 

Below Montgomery, San Francisco. 



FRIDAY JANUARY 15 



A French Story- 

A good anecdote is given in * journal 

pnblished at Nancy, the authenticity of 
which is guaranteed. It appears that a 
Prussian prefect «q the annexed provinces 
of Alsace and Lorraine was visiting the 
different localities over which he had au- 
thority. On passing through a small vil- 
age in Lorraine, he asked the old priest to 
Dhow him over the church, and espied a 
rtWor rate in a case high over the altar. 
Ho immediately asked what it meant. The 
good father replied that many years ago the 
Tillage bud been overrun with rata, and as 
a last resort the people clubbed together 
J and offered a rat in solid silver, lifo-size, to 
the virgin, since which time but few vermin 
had b-eo seen. 

* 'Do you mean to say that they believe 
even to this day that an offering of a silver 
thing can free the country from vermin?" 

"I am afraid not," quoth the good father. 
"Man bave grown impious now days, but 
I am persuaded that they did believe it, 
they would ere this time have offered a 
ilver Prussian, life-size, at the altar of the 
Virgin." 

The prefect looked hard at the old cure, 
turned on his heel, and strode out of the 

edifice. 

*. 

Tvwed by a TThalf. 

Tho American fishing schooner Sultana 
while riding at anchor with one hundred 
and fifty fathoms of cable out, near the 
Grand Banks, was discovered to be moving. 
On going on deck it was found that the 
schooner was going through the water at 
the rate of ten or twelve knots an hour. 
Shortly after an immense whale roBe just 
ahead of the vessel, with the anchor caught 
either in his jaw or blow-hole. After the 
vessel had been towed for an hour by the 
fish, the captain cut the cable. The Sul- 
tana then returned, picked up her dories 
and sailed for Halifax to procure a new 
cable an anchor. 



This is the sort of a notice that an Ore- 
gon lecturer gets from his village news- 
paper : "Colonel Jo. Meek has shouldered 
his jawbone, and will tell the people more 
' ban they ever dreamt of about mining." 



Vermont hunters reap a handsome re- 
venue from the S.ate premium on bear- 
scalps, while the grease of the slaughtered 
animals is rendered available for other 
bare scalps. 

a Jfew Dress, 

The last North San Juan Times a very 
j-»od interior paper comes to us in a new 
i l ess. 

V soft, sweet voice is the thing most 
I ,hly prized in woman, except the ability 
I 'jo useful in housekeeping. 



Omaha school teachers devote an hour 
n day to instruction in the habits an 
astern of the grasshopper. 

♦-^ 

vicious Fort "Wayne girl said to her 
"I have no doubt you peddle out my 
■ among your other lady friends." 



Xiio Tonus Man from tJjc Cast. 
" Lm a str&njrerm this city, 
I'm lately from the East, 
And mighty fond of oysters; 
Whore can I ett a feast'.' 
I've boon to all the reetaurante, 
But nowhere could 1 find, 
A ptata of Eastern oysters. 
Of the old f jshionod kind." 

"Well. I can tell you," said his friend, 

"Exaalywherc logo, 

And where to get your orators, 

Direct from whore they grow. 

■ Just take a stroll down PINE STREET, 
'. opposite the Market, 
cc a sign, 'THE SADDLE BOOK, 
You cui't fail to remark it. 

'"Smereon CorviTte beeps tho place, 

Tlie best saloon in town, 

Tliere you can got your oysters raw. 

Or fried so crisp and brown. 

He's tho largest oyster dealer 

On the Pacific Coast, 

And that he keeps the freshest 

Has ever beeu his boast. 

"He's got nice little private rooms. 
Where you can sit at ease. 
And eat your California stew, 
Or Eastern If you please. 
All the young men of fashion go 
Right to tho SADDLE R'X'K, 
To eat their EASTERN OYSTERS 
And drink their Rhenish hock." 



Pfcotocrnphle, 

Edouart & Cobb 504 Kearney street, produce 
Pastel Paintings which are superior to either 08 
K* Water Colors. Enlargements in all styles, gen- 
eral photographic work guaranteed. 0-bu 

Per CUe Ifollrtayn. 

A jplendid assortment of fine Watches, Jewelry, 
Silverware, etc., at very low prices, at H. A. Ool- 
ondcr's, N. W ncr Mission and Second streets. 
Bvttry article w,- ranted. y 



The original "Swain's Bakery" ienow established 
n tbeir magnificent new place at 215 Sutter street 

near Centra Market, and has added a lunch room 
tad ice cream sal a, This is their only place of 

business. 

nodical Wonder. 

The great cure tor rheumatic sad other pains, 
ootids, sprains, etc. For sale everywhere. l 



A Sunwon 1* ho lifted 5,000 Founds, and 
How lie Did li. 

Tt was evening, and the crowd of 
"Fakirs" that usually infest Holiday street, 
near Baltimore, were out in full force, when 
Professor Corker, a distinguished itinerant 
from the South, appeared upon the scene, 
and mounting a curbstone, let out his per- 
suasive eloquence. The' Professor was a 
lean cadaverous looking individual, with a 
gorgeons necktie and a shocking bad hat. 
The bat was cocked back jauntily, expos- 
ing a very bald head, adorned here and there 
by small tufts of thin, blonde hair, which 
served to point out the more fertile spots in 
his cranium. He smiled good-naturedly, 
and talked in a perfect streak, whilst Jes 
ter, the indomitable tooth paste man 
Bowers, tho proprietor of the great Ameri 
can lung-tester, and Calkins, the veteran 
peddler of Sandwich Island paste blackin, 
one coat of which is warranted to keep a 
pair of cowhides like mirrors for six weeks, 
all looked savage, and inwardly execrated 
the extreme volubility of Professor Cor- 
ker. 

When a tjood, healthy crowd had gath- 
ered around the Professor he announced 
that he was the only living man in America 
who exhibited one of "Bendigo'a national 
strength tester," and sent forth its virtues, 
saying : "Any man kin tell his powers to a 
hair by Hf tin' the lever, an' I only charge the 
livin' sum of ten Ci jts. I hev known men 
to left 2,000 pounds easier on my machine 
than they could lift 1,000 on another. To 
auy feller that lifts 2,000 pounds I will give 
one dollar, an' to a man who jerks her up 
to 2,500 I'll give five dollars. Now, who 
will take a chance?" Several pretty healthy- 
looking men came up and took a pull at the 
machine. One lifted 1,150 and the other 
1,700 pounds. "Putty good hist," remarked 
Professor Corker, as he squirted a mouth- 
ful of tobacco juice against the curbstone, 
"but not nigh so powerful ez I have seen." 

At this moment a very strong boy came 
up and raised 800 with ease. Professor 
Corker said it was a "light smart lift fur a 
boy, but I knowed a feller in New Orleans 
that hadn't eat nuthen for a whole day an* 
he jerked her up to 2,600 like a flirt." The 
remarkable powers of the New Orleans 
man induced several ambition auditors to 
try their strength, and for several minutes 
Professor Corker took in ten-cent stamps 
with amazing rapidity. After a number of 
men had tried their strength, a flashy-look- 
ing young man, with red hair and a very 
freckled face, pushed his way through the 
crowd and remarked to Professor Corker, 
"Yer say, if a feller jerks up 2,500 he gets 
a fiver?" "Yes, sir," said Professor Cor- 
ker, "I will." "Well, now, sponsen I do it, 
an' you haint got the change, how then?" 
The Professor eyed the physical develop- 
ments of the comer, and, not fading them 
startling, said, with an injured air: "I ain't 
no bilk, an' I'll put up the five dollars un- 
til you make the trial." 

While Professor was making the above 
announcement, the strange young man 
closely examined the machine, and finally 
said, "All right." The money was then 
placed in a bystander's hands, the crowd 
was pushed back, the young man spit upon 
his hands, winked knowingly at the crowd, 
and grasped the handles. His back bent 
a trifle, but it straightened again at once 
as be raised up the handles, and as he 
raised the finger on the indicator it flirted 
around with unaccountable rapidity, until 
it reached Ave thousand pounds, which was 
the extreme capadity of the machine. The 
crowd was astonished; Professor Corker 
made a rush for the machine; the young 
man grabbed the five dollars from the stake- 
holder, and as he elbowed bis way through 
the crowd, said : "Look a near, old CorkB, 
I hain't had nothing to eat for a week; I'm 
a brother of that air New Orleans fellar 
what lifts a ton, an' the only difference a- 
tween us is, that I used ter run g "Little 
Giant Lifting Machine myself." 

Tho Professor swore that something waB 
wrong, and on procuring a light he discov- 
ered that unscrupulous young Samson who 
had just then departed with the five dollars, 
had, while examining the machine, loosened 
a screw which held the spring bo that a five- 
year old boy might, if so disposed, have 
pulled the whole interior of the machine 
out by the roots. Professor Corker learned 
afterwards that the real name of the young 
Samson alluded to above was Brooks. 



Ua angers 

Of Amusements, Excursions, Lectures, and 
Concerts, are directed to the splendid Printing 
Establishment of B. F, Sterett, 632 Clay Street, 
over the Son Francisco Market. The largest Post- 
ers, in Plain or Fancy Colors, ore turned out in 
tho shortest possible space of time. Also, Beau 
total Programmes, Tickets, etc., etc, printed to 
suit the most fastidious. Mr. Sterett keeps oon- 
•antly on hand a fine line of bright colored pa- 
pers of every shade, and the prices charged for 
those aro very little In advance of plain white 
apor. Streamers of various sizes, from 18 to 42 
>\ch lettors, in stock, of all colors of paper and 
iok. Theatre Managers are especially invited to 
ua.ll for estimates. This well-known Printing House 
was established by tho present proprietor in 1850 
md has been in successful operation ever since 
< 3-cj 

Astonishing. 

It is really astonishing, the low prices at which 
Zacharios, the jeweler, soils his goods. Any one 
passing along Kearny street, near Sacramento, 
will be attracted by the magnificent display, n" 
Blankets and Flannels 

Well washed and not spoiled, at the What Cheer 
Laundry] * 



Not Prejudiced. 

Mark Twain found it necessary to give a 
description of an acquaintance once, and 
especially desired that nothing in his des- 
cription should be understood as indicating 
prejudice against the subject—be should 
endeavor to confine himself to bare facts; 
and this is tho array of 

••A Ipng-legged, vain, light weight village 
lawyer, from New Hampshire. If he had 
brains in proportion to his legs, he would 
make Solomon seem a failure; iF Mb mod- 
esty equalled his ignorance, he would make 
a violet stuck-up; if his learning equalled 
his vanity, he would make Von Humboldt 
seem as unlettered as the back side of a^ 
tomb-stone; if his stature were proportion- 
ed to his conscience, he would be a gem for 
the microscope; if bis ideas were as large 
as his words, it would take a man three 
montba to walk around one of them; if an 
audience were to contract to listen as long 
as he would talk, that audience would die 
of old age; and if he were to talk until he 
said something, he would stall be on his 
hind legs when the last trump Bounded. 
And he would have cheek enough to wait 
till the disturbance was over, and go on 
again." 



Away from Dome. 

Michael Eeese was down in this section 
the other day inspecting his property. After 
eating three ducks at one sitting, and feel- 
ing pretty good, he declared his.intention to 
build a railroad from Anaheim to the Land- 
ing. — WUmiugton Enterprise. 

Going to build a railroad, ha ? It must 
bave been the ducks ! It couldn't have been 
anything else ! 



The new jail at Oakland is completed, and 
the County prisoners at San Leandro are to 
be removed into it on Wednesday. The 
prisoners are^very much elated over the 
prospects of their speedy removal. San 
Leandro is such a dull place. 



Clara Antonia, M. D., de Paris, Business and 
Medical Clairvoyant and Independent Trance Me- 
dium, 134J Post street, near Dnpont. Correct di 
agnosia and special attention to the treatment o 
diseases. Consultations in French, German and 

English. 6-o 

If Yon 

Feel the need of phosphorus (nerve food), take a 

course of sea-water baths at the Sanitarium foot of 

Powell street, North Beach. Excluisve department 

and lady attendant for ladies. Five tickets for $1, 

6-Q 

Pianos to rent from $4 to $10- per month, by 
Kohler, Chose & Co., No. 633 Cloy street. ¥ 



NEW ADVERTISEMENTS, 



CALIFORNIA THEATRE 



John McCuxlottoh Proprietor and Manager 

Barton Hill Acting "' 



MRS. JUDAH 

Begs to announce that 
XX 33 XV. BE3XTEFIT 

The First in .two years, trill take place on 

Friday Evening, January 15th 

When will be presented the powerful emo- 
tional play dramatized from Wilkle 
Collins' famous novel of 

The New Magdalen 



BOX SHEET NOW OPEN. 



ja9-td 



MIRTH PACIFIC COIST RAILROAD. 

.. ..BETrVEBN.,.. 

SAN FRANCISCO AND TOMAXES. 

On and after Monday, u. . , ma ltJ .»M r 
January 11, lbo, Passengers laft frtELillttaiUETr 
will leave ^ rw n w ■■ ■ ■» ■ 

SAN FRANCISCO Dally at 2:30 p. M., by Sau- 
celito ferry boat, from DaviB street Wharf, connec- 
ting with train for Tomales; and 

TOMALES Daily at 8 A. m.. connecting with 
Sauoelito ferry boat at Saucelito. 

HI'S DAY. 

Excursion Trains will ran as far as Olema, Pas- 
sengers will leave by Saucelito ferryboat from Davis 
atreet Wharf, at S A. m., and arrive on return to 
this city at same wharf at 4:35 p. t,i. , giving from two 
to six hours time at various points on the road. 
Fare, for the Bound Trip, $2 to all Stations west 
of Fairfax, and $1 to Fairfax and all Stations east. 

FREIGHT. 

Through Freight Trains, with a Passenger Oar at- 
tached, will leave Saucelito at 6:30 A. w., o» Tues- 
days, Thursdays and Saturdays, and will leave To- 
males on the some days a t J p. m. 
jall-lm G. F. HARTWELL, Superintendent 



THAT IS SO. 

Bcnntif iu and Substantial Sets 

of Artificial TEETH only $10, and war- ^ 
ranted equal to any work in New York or San Fran- 
cisco. Beautiful Gold and Platina Fillings for Si 
and upw; .-da, and warranted for life. Twenty years 
experience in Now York Oily. Office. 24 Post street. 
between Montgomery anil Kearny 
J»U DR. LUTHER, Dentist. 



DR. FERDENANOERZ. 

Bo Celebrated for his gneeew In tbe 

treatment of all diseases of man and wofaon haa 
bis office at 

215 Kearny Street, bet. Bush St Sutter. 

Hoim 10 A. H_ to 1 r. bl and 3 F. M. to 6 r. m. 

J.tffH ,, ,-. .,|4Bl$4( , --, «^, I 



HORTICULTURAL HALL. 

WlN E I GARDEN. 

(Stockton Street, between Foot and Sutter Streets. 

Saturday, January 23d. 
QREATER JrUN EV£F. 

THIRD GRAND 

COSMOPOLITAN 




Cfcouiog haffinnara. 



CLAT-STREEJ 
RIDING ACADEMY;, 

889 <Vuy Street, co. 
Hlockaoa. 

This Is tbe most eW aui 
&nd commadions ttidui- 
Aeadtmy in ibs o>t» : oc«n. 
day and evening. Partic 
cUr attention paid i 

fUtMa 

. MARSHALL. ProDrioiQr 



Dr. C. €, O'DONXF.IX, Office and Real* 

dence H35 Kearny, near Jackson up stairs: Gradu- 
ate of Dartmouth College, and labs Burgeon in tbe 
F. 8. Army. Treats office patients for a fee of 91: 
Ylsrte, $1 50; Medicines free; Obstetrical oases $15. 

uw 



Masque 



Look at the Great List of 
Attractions- 

FULL BALLET CORPS 

Under the direction of the Charming 
DoDscuse, 

Miss AMY BRNPJEXT 

Will pa-form In OLD ENGLISH MORRIS 

l>ANOE, MAYPOLE DAHOE 

PARISIAN LADLES' 

QUADRILLE. 

Grand Pageant Procession 1 

Presenting A 

CO GRESS OF ALL NATIONS I 

Allegorical and Realistic, introducing 

Iilving Aiilrafils, 

Tbe Buffalo of the West; the Camel of the East 
Our Darwinian Ancestry. Grand Chariots and 
Horses. Rich Appointments, Elaborate and Mag- 
nificent Costumes, forming a noble picture of unpar- 
alleled richness and splendor. 

QUAORILL-: CISLOQUE 

(Original) 
By the New French Troope Of Dancers! 

SCHMIDT &~$CHL0TT'S 

GRAND ORCHESTRA OF 20 FIE0E6. 

Six Valuable and Artistic Frizes 

Will be awarded as follows : 

TO LADIES— The Handsomest Costume; the 
Most Correct Costume; the Most Orig nal Costume. 

TO GENTLBAiiiN— Uosiuu,e and the beat sus- 
tained Original Character; tbe most correct Costume 
and Character; the moat eccentrio Costume and 
Character. 

LADIES* PRIZES. 

Superb Oiide Silver Casket, covered with elabo* 
rate and artistic carvings in baa relief. 

Elegant Bohemian Glaas Toilet Sot, richly oolored 
and gilt, with fine enamelled medallions on each 
piece. 

Full Size Quarto Morocco Album, richly orna- 
mented and giit. 

AENTXEUEN'S PRIZES. 

Monster Meerschaum Pipe of greai value. 

Handsome Brunze Carved Inkstand. 

Tortoise shell Cigar Cases. 

it-fT Tne Prizes will be exhibited one week before 
ihe Ball, at JuHN HAGMAN'S Store, 3143 Mont- 
gomery street, under Odd Fellowa" Hall. 

Special rv ottoe. 

The immense B uc;e*3 of the COSMOPOLITAN 
BALS MASQUES has induced some unscrupulous 
speculator to filch, and use the title, in advertising 
some low third-class Ball. The public is hereby cau- 
tioned that the only cenuino nndsuccessfulCOSMO- 
POLITANBAL8 MA3QUES have been, and will 
be given, at Horticultural Hall, under the direction 
of SAM <;e\kse. 

TICKETS. TWO DOLLARS. 

Double Tiokot, admitting Lady and Gentleman, 
Thr« Dollars. ja2 




Crowded Day" and Nightly. The Enter- 
prising proprietors of the Southern Pacific Oyster 
House have added additional neat and private 
rooms to- their establishment, retaining their ever- 
pop lar prices, These popular refreshment rooms 
are on Summer street, below Kearny, between Cal- 
ifornia and Pine. 



'SSL 






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North Carson S. M. Co. 

OFFICE OF OOMPAHT 

Boom 21, No. 419 California St. 

Location of Mine, - - 

Emtio Tnllor. on ibe (onutoeh Kansc, 
and about three miles from American Flat. Detail 
maps on file at the office. <k-26-tf 



SAVE YOUR MONEY. 

P*r nil kind of Howard and 

Waltham "Watches at Manufacturers' 
Prices— Caws euaranteed 13 karat gold- go 
. __ to F. HOPLENG Sole Agent in San Fran- 
cisco, comer Third and Market Streets, Nucleus 
Hotel All kinds of Solid Jewelry made to order 
and for sale. Diamonds set and for sale at the low- 
eat living prices Manufacturing and Repairing 
done delo-3m 



DIVIDEND "NOVICES. 

BASK OF TIIE 

WESTERN SAVINGS 



AND 

■ ■■ 

TRU0T CJO. 

SAN FRANCISCO, .*AN, 4, 1S75. 

Depositors" - Dividend. 

The Directors of this Corporation hare 

this day declared the semi-annual dividend, at th» 
rate of ten (10) per cent, pex annum on Term De- 
posits and eight ($ per cent, on Ordinary Deposits, 
payable on and after January 10th, 1876, at the offic* 
of the Bank, northeast comer of Post and Kearny 
streets. F. CLAY. 

ja5-U» Vice-President and Oaahier. 



Dividend Notice. 

SAVINGS AND LOAN SOCIETY, 
019 Clay Street. 

Tho Board or Dlrvctora: have declare*. 

a dividend for the-sbr months ending December 31st, 
1874, of nine (9) per cent, per annum on all deposits. 
free of Federal tax, and payable on and after Janu- 
ary 15. 1875, By order, 
jaI3 2w CYRUS W. CAKMANY, Oaahier. 



Dividend Notice. 

SAN FRANOI30O SAYINGS TJNIOH:, NO. SJ 
CALIFORNIA ST.. CORNER WEBB. 



For the hnlt year ending with I 

ber 31st, 1374, a dividend has been declared at tbe 
rate of nine (9) per cent per annum on Term Do- 
posits, and seven and one-half (71) per cent on Or- 
dinary Deposits, free of Federal tax, payable oa 
and after January 13th, 1875. 

Per order LOVELL WHITE, < 

*•*' •• ■*■*-'■ ■ de29-lm 






Dividend Notice. 
ODD FELLOWS^AViNGS BANK. 

The Board of Director* of the Odd FeT 

lows' Savings Bank have declared a 'dividend o* 
Nine and One-Tenth (9-10) per cent, on PERMA- 
NENT DEPOSIT8, and of Seven; and Three-Tenth* 
(7 3-10) per cent, per annum on SHORT DEPOSITS^ 
(or the semi-annual term endiog December 31et» 
1874, payable on and after the 30th instant. 

JAMES BENSON.. Secretary. 
January 10th, 1875. jal2-2w 



PACIFIC MAIL 

STEAMSHIP CO. 

For China and Japan. 



I<eaTe Wharf coraor First and 

Brannan Streets every alternate SAT- 
URDAY, at Noon, for 

YOKOHAMA and HONGKONG 

Connecting at Yokohama- with Company's Bran* 
~- \ Nagasaki. 



i R1 
York il- 



Line for Shangbae via Hiogo and 1 



Pop Xffew 



VIA PANAMA. 

Steamers leave at 12 K. every alternate WEDNES- 
DAY, connecting via Panama Railroad with one at 
the Company's Steamers from Aspinwali to New 
York. .q jy£ 

:f*o:r. r-A-jxr ^:M\>e»- 

Calling at all the Calif ornian, Mexican and Centra 
American Porte, Steamera leave at 12 o'clock noon 
every alternate TmTRSDAY. 

((ST Through tickets Bold to and from LIVER 
POOL, QUEEN8TOWN, SOUTHAMPTON. BR» 
MEN. BREST, HAVRE, HAMBURG, STETTIN 
COPENHAGEN and NORWAY. 

Each ship carries aa experienced Surgeon. Medi- 
cal attendance free. 

For Santa Barbara, San Pedro r L« 
Angelos, Anaheim & San Diego. 

Steamers leave at ft o'cloc k A. M . 

For SAN BUENAVENTURA and HUKNEJM I 
calling at intermediate points, Steamer sails as 4 
o'clock P. M, 

NO EXTRA CHARGE for Meals or Staterooaam. 

For Dates of Sailing see Daily Papers. 

Apply for freight er passage at the 

Pacific Mail Steamship Co's 

OFFICE: 
Corner Leldesdsrfl and gaenuneat* gib 
deUf JENBINOe 8. oox. 



S. F. and N. P. B. R. Co. 



On and after December, 1S74. the 8 

ANTELOPE. Capt. WARNER, will leave »»?/" 
Cisco daily (Sundays excepted) from Front and Gre 
street Wharf at 2:00 o'clock. P. M., connectmg, 
Donahues Lending with the cars, for Fewwic 
Santa Rosa, HeaTdsburg, Olovcrdale; »u» wi 
■tvith stacee for Sonoma, Ukiah, Point Aiena»M; 
docino, Lakeport, Clear Lake, and for the 
Seringa oi Mark West, Bartlctt Highland- 
and the great natural wonder, tbe GKYHL. 
turning, the cars will leave OloTcrdalO at 6 A. 
connectmg at Donahue Lauding with the «ea* 
and arriving at San Frauoisco at 11:15. 

The shortest, quickest and boat > route > to -wm 
GREAT GEY3ERS-W. 0. VAN ABflAM » 
KENNBYS Sta-e Route. w 

No freight can be received after 1 JO o olock P-*t 

For further information apply at Compan/aolneo 
«6 Monw,™™, *»t p ^^ ft-khBl 

F. H. GERDES, 

nolO-tf beneraJ passenger and Ticket Agent 

SAN FRANCISCO BATH* 

Hairdressing [stablisjiment. 

63G Waithlnston street* 

below Kearny. PKIOES H&> 

DUCED: Baths, 25 cents. Shar- " 

ing. 26 cents, Hair cutting. 25 

cents. Shampooing, 25 cent*. 

Medicated Baths. BeWf : JOHN OREO? 

GKO. A. OASK, 

23 Montgomery Street, 
Opo. Liok House. 
Deatistrj m all ite branches, at reasonable 
■th39-dni 












K.<»klfcka4 «•*. 



'Vara, Tint! »»d tl MH *«■ ».* 



saj* mAXcqco. r hi day, January i.v unv. 



rttl.i th 



VOL. XXI. 



Slats! Hats! Hats! $ 



Hada «■»■'"■ 



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^^^^Hpl apr* aaaj «*■». «igh fart 






■ nvn r«* taata and faaM«o; 
H.U (or f-wun.!.ri,-ht»nd 1.JI7; 

that. |« (»•«. rn.-UiK.-li • !r : 



in (tenia u»iaJi»fl| 



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ond of woAtkar; 
• traw an I bearer; 
S*ti that almoat wf.v foreTcr; 

JLaw for «paa oa.i wittering plao**; 

l!*U with which a r.*m to mUp; 
Jf.t. for ao.rM of wild MivmViira. 

rm to t>o Obtained at Th<> 

GREAT IXL 

motion House 



PAOIPIO 

LAW REPORTER 

ISSUED EVERY TUESDAY. 

POUKTH YEAR OF PUBLICATION. 

loociaair 

Publishes all the California Supreme 
Court Report!*** '.„„," 

■ »wT 

■ • 

Unlv foul Journal Published West 



OPERA HOUSE. BUCKLEY'S NIW YARIEU 



■ TtrrTrtR 



Grand Gala Night. 



Friday Ermine, JiimiHry 15th. 
FIRST BENEFIT 

or 

J. R. KEMBLE! 

PAGE MANAOEB.) 
whlok Oo«^.< 

BILLY EMERSON 

wm appear in hi. ri>pui«u skou*. 

Muldoon. the Solid Man ! 



If W rwiM. Inn. Md fu. ,liwai 

1 oXLBY a Jin iiix-Kisti nururmu 

k 8o»miJi m^i<«i rurrJ. ' . . ...i.t_rf_nr«» 

Immonse oucooasi 

or 
OUR CH/ND COMBN»Tlfl"l 

CoaalaUag of . Troupe of ArUjU UnoquaJlad Mi 
Mlnatrolar, l-'nrciv llu Iruquo 



imv -i or 

IQIHallaY WEST 

Tfa. F.rorUo Aiwlralltn 

i-onr.ni ti *id »om; and r>A»rr uiii 
THIS EVEWrjIO ■-••-■- ^^JANDAKY 1ft 

The rerlornwDoe will Commence with a 

FIRST PART OF WIT. SUNG AND FDI 

PlnWlIng with tho VARIETY WALK ABOOHB. 

INTiJ E=I.T_aTJX>:E). 



€16, CI 8 and 620 

mt\Y ST., COR. COMMERCIAL 



IT BUS BMQBTED TKB COBDIAX EHDOBUHMT 

•* m rxorissiM as a 



RELIABLE AND INDISPENSABLE AID TO 
THE PRACTICAL LAWYER. 

I 
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f. P. BOGARDUS, Publisher. 



COTTON, 



Iti oonju notion with 



ARLINGTON, 



l.ki: 



I WANT TO BE A DOCTOR. 






RICE, 



THE ENTIRE COMPANY 



Yolnminous Tariety Programme I 

BpeciaJly prepared 

F" O R, THIS ETEMN6. 
J?*i loes os Usual. 



BOX PI AM MOW OPEN FOB. BESEBVED SEATS I 



BOMB AMD BAMCR Bill! WEST 

llnlliirt kmlr Im 

llanl.i *..>., Charlry Nlnkr.r»aa 

Krrli.-Vrmlr Sam . . . . I.I. T l«« 

Sons Mnlllr, liil.irrr-al 

Comic SODA....... r'.llll) Mctoltl 

Dodging for a Wife. 

Mr- 0r«» V. Mfirthnot* 

MIm Ureon ... . .M.gK.o Hrewev 

Sam.. ..(A Senaut) (). Nickornno 

Genrgo Lotejoy Harry Derojr 

OUioer H. Uoblaua 

Sens and Oance .John Kriuy 

gang - :...farrl<; Mil la. 

IjMeace, . . Mnefclo nr«w«r 

Hint. itlnJdnon flaglx-T BnlittiMB 

Vwal (Jr.niH Jllr*?. Itlnnrn-a 

lliil.h KlM'daUIrM ll;irrr 1*r\or 

B ILL JONEe,' COUSIN 



C, Nlckeraon J. Kelly.. 



And.. Blllj W.ilf 



neOley Sont Ida Flak 

so"« ;i Katla 7,o« 

tni-iilli.ni f'arrlc Wlllu 

Fnnrj llnnre Mimelt llrti.tr 

Cniiilr. DltlT Fnnnv tfrtolrr 

ACTIOM DANCE BIIXI WEST 



Orortiire.. 



. Orcbettr. 



To conclude with tho Lnughablo Sketch, entitled 

Double-Beded Eoom. 

Mil, Fritz Harry Ttvrnr 

Mr. MJckoy Fay H. RoLinnon 

LaDdladj . ..^, ... Katie Ztn 

PRICES OF AIpHISSIO.V. 

Parquette 25 cents | Boxes ,$3 60 and $3 SS 



■*7«r tufliiAi' 
DENTIST. 



A Groat 



HAS KEHOTCD HIS OFFICE Variety of 
mA Iaabwaaory bom No. 8 Kearny St 1 
NlU Market •trct.'t, ft >-or Widhnr'sdruiT [ 
dell-lm I 



KA¥9 i^^ ATS 



la Great 
Variety. 



At the I X £ APCnon HOUSE. Km. WIG. «1S and 620 KEARNY STREET, Corner Commercial. 



All Kinds of the Finest Candy Made 

at our 8fceam Onridy Factory daily. All order*, *•- 
pecially from tho country, axe solioited and win bm 
promptly attended to. 

Canty «* Waoner. 
au!5 107 MontRoroery Street, near Su-tar. 



THE ONLY GENUINE 

%andDukeAlexisTi8s" 

XTQ- TSB CITY. 

Tta leatest and Most Comfortable 
Fining Shoe 

V7-JBUR. OFFBRBD 

....TO THE.... 
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BOOTS AND SHOES. 
Grand Opening:. 

Owing to the Increased Demand ft* 

hia celebrated parfect-fltting Boote and Bnoes. F. 
KELLY, the Prize Bootmaker. !135 Bnah street, has 
been compelled to open a Branch Store at No. 1*1 
Kearny, where can be found tbe nnest diaplaj In tba 
city, 

PRIZE BOOTMAKER, 

NO. 335 BUSH STREET. 

BBANCH HOUSE: 

124 Kearny Street. 

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ReiWOVAL NOTICE. 

The land M.rtnw. Union and aarajbu 
Bajik at Oaliiornia. hate rcmoted from 1*1 P" 
8TKEKT to their New Buildlnf , 534 CALrfOIl 
STREET. On. tf Wrtlh j 

J. H. FIBH. ProBid«t. 

DlKRCTOlts,— Am ilark., 0. Mtvm. A. Hrnma 
John Morton, John M. Johiuon. Tho. R. SAjw. 
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«6S Merchant and 537 Washington Sts. 
Below Montgomery. 8an Franciaco. 



3KEDAY JANUABY 15 






Amusements Etc. 



California Theatre. 

Here will be au oration worthy of the trent at 
tbe California Theatre, this oreoing. when Mrs. 
Jmdah, literally a* well " proieesionkUj the old lady 
•f the company, tales her benefit. Mrs. Judah has 
irrcd. among «a for nearly a quarter of a century, re- 
■oeesed and esteemed by ail who know her, both on, 
aod off the stae*. for her heart qaalidcs, and her 
jwofeaaiooal talents ; and her friends are thousands. 
TS^pUffor the oocadon will be^The New Magdalen" 
la whieh her impersonation of Lady Janet Roy la 
lh« ebarm of the piece. After which ktiaa Jenuie 
Xee will sing '"David Crockett's Motto." Henry M; 
ward* will recite WiU Cawltons poem, "Orer the 
istlfetothe i*oorhon3e," and the farce of "Barah'a 
Toon* Mao" will conclude an exoeUeut programme. 
me Mulder-Pabbri testimonial last night was not a 
success. The vocal portion of the conceit, which 
« *T»t«M the performance, was exceedingly thin, 
■ *rough the instrumental portion, under the baton 
cf Qeor^e T. Evans, did much to male up for the 
■roee! shortcomings. "The Now Magdalen" -Rill be 
ytayed at the matinee to-morrow and in the evening. 

•per* House. 

To-tright Mr. J. It Kemble, the stage-manageT of 
the Opera House will take ma first benefit In this 
city. Mr. Kemble has been untiring In his efforts 
to cater for the amusement of the public since he 
has assumed the stage management of tbis theatre, 
and has proven himself to be a manager ofeacpen*- 
ienee and judgment, whose tact and efficiency haa 
done much towards making the Opera House so 
popular with the community. An excellent pro- 
gramme, which cm be found elsewhere, will be pre- 
sented to-night, and wo have only to add that those 
who are going had better go early if they wish to 
jprocure seats. 
OblmrlBl's Ttoyal Italian Circus. 

Signer Oliiiridi with 'tan characteristic liberality 
has set aside the receipts of to-night's performances 
for the benefit of the Widows' and Orphans" Fund 
of the Masonic Lodge, Speranza ItaJlana, No. 219. 
When the price of admission will be one dollar to 
»H parte of the Amphitheatre. A very large atten- 
stenee will be present tonight. The performances 
at the matinee to-morrow, to-morrow nightand Sun- 
day night will be the last of the season. On Mon- 
day night the friends of 8ignor Chiarini will tender 
him a grand complimentary benefit, when the last 
performance will be git-en in tbis city, and a num- 
her of volunteers will appear in addition -to the reg- 
■lar company. 
stHCaUey's Jiew Variety Theatre. 

""I Wan't to be a Doctor," "Dodging for a Wife." 
"Bill Jones' Cousin," "Double Bedded Room," 
Bagney Robinson's new song "Mrs. Muldeon" are 
the new things at Buckley's to-night. 
Third Cosmopolitan Bal llasque. 

The Third Cosmopolitan Bal Masque at Horticul- 
tural THA U , is to eclipse any of the preceding ones 
in novelty and splendor. We refer ourreadexs to an 
advertisement In another column in which some of 
the new features are ennumarated. 

Woodward's Gardens. 

On Saturday and Sunday the Puoltte Troupe of 
etastio and disjointed dancers in their original delin- 
eations of the grotesque, and poetry of motion, Leg- 
, etc Moos. Joseph will also fire his flKH?ound 
non, with t. man on it, on his shoulder. 



TO-MOUBOff. 

Dreaming in the golden twilight. 

Site a maiden young and fair 
While the shadows slowly lungtbon, 

Building caatles in the air ; 
©reaming of the coming morrow, 

Brightest day in her bright life ; 
All her love and trust rewarilirjfc', 

With the holy title, wife. 

Dreaming sits a widow'd mother, 

Aged not by Time and care ; 
like the maiden she is busy, 

Building castles In the air ; 
Dreaming of the coming morrow. 

Day long look'd for now is near, 
And she nuinrrurs, "Ere another 

Sunset, Charlie will be here."* 

Dreaming tits a student lonely, 

Id hvs attic mean and bare ; 
Though a man, he too is building, 

Building castles in the air ; 
Dreaming of the coming morrow, 

And the contest for the prize ; 
■■What though others strive, I care not. 

Mine it ie," he proudly cries. 
Dreaming eils a soldier youthful, 

In his hand a tress of hair ; 
Oaring on It he is busy, 

Building castles in the air ; 
Dreaming of the coming morrow. 

When, the din of battle o'er, 
Victor erown'd to her who gave ft. 

He'll return to part no more. 
The morrow comes, and the maiden. 

Left alone, for a false love weeps ; 
While the widow d mother's darling 

'Neath the blue wave soundly sleeps. 
The student, di appointed, sees 

The wished-for prize in another's hand ; 
The soldier, slain in the night attack, 

Fills a grave in the far-oS land. 



The Little Mac Combination consisting of Mac, 
Jake Wallace. Thus. Christy, J. W. Charles and 
•Cher* have returned from their Southern trip to Los 
Angele* and tbe loner country. They brought back 
some oranges with them. 

Handsome lithographs of the beaming face of 
Ol&ra Morris, greet ue everywhere in the store win- 
iowa. The original wtU arrive here to-night. 

Wm_ N. States, an oil resident o; this city, and 
the former husband of .the late Agatha States, the 
prima dona, was found dead in his bed, in his lodg- 
ing house. jesWlay afWraoon. Since his wife ob- 
tained a divorce from him in consaouencc of his die. 
SMpated habits, some years ago, his occupation has 
ween chiefly that of special policeman about various 
■laces of amusement. Foot States! ids passiou for 
drink was bis worst fault, and the cause of all that 
snhtUared his life He was a native of New Lon- 
don. Conn., where his relatives are still liring. 



Chips. 

Mrs. Hen edits a paper in leva, and 
cackleates that she knows how. 

A Georgia paper, about as big aa a sheet 
of foolscap, is called the Universe. 

The leading newspaper of Shanghai is 
the JTvxi-Pao, and its subscribers may be 
excused for remarking, "Why .pay, 0?" 

In the new Boston Post building all the 
editorial roams are connected by door-ways, 
so that tbe members of the staff can circu- 
late around and beg tobacco ot each other- 
Yes, and now they say that -a man might 
eat fish until tbe cows come nome and it 
wouldn't add to bis brain power. Who 
wants to buy twenty barrels of fish at a 
low figure. — Detroit Free Pre**. 

"Betting that he could eat three quarts 
of oysters at one meal, by a gentleman at 
Eome, Ga^ was the reason that an under- 
taker's clerk was dusting off the hearse the 
next day." 

"A Connecticut boy swallowed three 
marbles and four bullets, recently, and, 
being somewhat of a bony structure, is now 
utilized by the neighbors, who borrow him 
as a rattle-box to amuse their babes and 
sucklings. n 

"A charitable Cincinnati man keeps -a 
pair of dogs chained at his front door, so 
that poor people who stop to "get a hite'^ 
can be" accommodated without taking the 
trouble to go in the house. " 

The "blab" belongs to the very worst 
class of talkative people, has always got 
hia ears and eyes open to see or hear a lit- 
tle, then proceeds on his errand to retail 
it to his fellows, who magnify what may 
have been a slight indiscretion to a heinous 
crime. 

A Chicago boy of ten says that when his 
parents get into a fight, and his mother 
calls for a flat-iron and his father yells for 
the stove-handle, he is placed in a most 
embarrassing position, as he is sure to get 
licked, no matter who he minds. — Detroit 
Press. % * m 



Johnny's cwnavaalttons.-'nA Flamingo 

This is a bird, ol but its legs wich is like 
stilts, and its neck wich is more like a rope. 
The cro is black, and larks is brown, and 
pea cocks is ol the ocllera of the rain bo, 
but the flamingo ia-a red feller like a rose, 
but a violets bloo, if you love, me as I love 
you, no kanife can cut our love into. "Wen 
i a flamingo stands up to have a look over 
the country it is a site worth goin a long 
way to see, but you needent Flamingose 
eats eels wich it catches by wadin in the 
water, cos wen a eel sees a flamingose lega a 
moving toards it in the water it looks up 
and says to itself so long as this feller 
dont step on me I'me safe enouf, for it cant 
uevar kno wot is goin on down here about 
its feeta, and if it did wot cude it do? But 
pretty soon it sees the flamingose head a 
coming thru the water, and then it says 
now here "is a feller wich is really dangerice, 
and then the eel he tries to git a way by 
dodgin between tbe flamingose legs, but 
wen he is lifted out by the middle and 
fines out the legs and the head belongs to 
the same bird he is fche moat astonished 
eel yon -ever see out of a eel pie ! Once in 1 
Earn urn's Hippodrome a flamingo was a 
standing like they do, a sleep, with its head 
under its wing on one leg and the other leg 
dubbled up tite like the handle of Missy's 
sun shade, with the knee a etickin way out 
behine. There was a wicked boy see it, 
and sneeked up to it wile it was a sleep, 
and slipt a kee ring over its knee and went 
a little way of, and said shew, shew 1 Then 
the flamingo it tnke its head out of its 
wing, and lookt at the boy very boled, like 
it said I aint a frade of you, cos if yon 
come n step nearer He put down my other 
leg and be of. But -wen the boy throde Ins 
bat and the flamingo tride to do it there 
was never such a floppin, and a tumblin at 
bout, and a squollin ! 



OPERA HOUSE. 

r ebsomFs~^instb,els. 



THIS EVENING 

Grand 



Complimentary 

TO 



Benefit 



PART FIRST— Grand Yccai and Instrumental fewrert* 

INTRODUCTORY OVERTTTRE EMZRaSSjcnj. 

BALLAD— DOST BE ANGRY WITH ME, DARLING". J. S«L ML _ 

COMIC SONG— WIDOW MAGEE BBK WTFQBT 

BALLAD— BELLE BRANDON G. "W. HAKLET 

COMIC SONG— RIDING IN A SLEIGH W. ABX3»'GsXaT 

BALLAD— YOU NEVER MIB8 THE WATER TILL THE WELL RUNS DRY. ....J. a sTrBsTTTTTi 

Descriptive Finale THK FKfcSH MAN'S GLASS 

TEKMDJATrNG WITH 
MISS JENNIE SIIEE1I AJTS Classical Representation of the GODDESS •? ■JnjlB.llgi 

PAKT t-ECOND--- Grand Elhioplan Carnival. 
BILLY E3 HJL EIRSO IV 

XXJES3F13RL S^JESOXV^S'Qe^X 

•* he Musical Phenomenon. , 

A Ml 1 II iwm v 

SQUIRE WAKDLE....J. K. KEMBLE I 6LOELEAF BIN COTTON I DICK J. V. 

Banjo Solo, CHARIiEY RHOADEB. 
MULDOOItt THE SOLID BEAUT. 

THE CLOCKMAKER'S HAT! 

MR. GRABALL J EL XE3ffTJia 

MR. EATAXX „ J r OHERTrM , 

BOBBY BREAKALL . UELLT KIE1 

MR. MEND ALL 1 ..CHARLEY 



How tbe Enealyptns Grows. 

We clip tbe foDowing from the last num- 
ber of the "Wilmington Enterprise : 

We received a letter this week from a 
gentleman in San Francisco asking us if 
our statement in regard to the wonderful 
growth of the gum trees in the College 
park are really true. If so, he wants .fur- 
ther informatioutin regard to them. Our 
statements were fctrictly true except as re- 
gards the height, which may vary aiew 
inches. — Upon this point we took the 'guess' 
of several Wesaidthelargesttreeeshowed 
the remarkable growth of fifteen feet in 
height, fourteen feet from tip to tip of the 
lowest limbs, and thirteen inches in, diame- 
ter — being ten months from the seed. There 
nothing peculiar about the tree. It is 
the Eucalyptus, or Australian blue gum. 
Col onel Wilson - purchased the seed in San 
Franci sco. The wonderful growth is all 
owing to our "soil and climate." 



flonno is scuts 

Will be glad to know tbai. the famous Restaura- 
teur, Henry Hoeseh, bas Just opened a new Res- 
-Uuraot as No. 417 Pine street His efforts in the 
past, as a caterer, assure bis suocess Ua the fu- 



sbTstw to Dress Weil. 

Over twe-tbiras of tbe beet dressed gentlemen 
id this city (those who dress in style we mean) 
■woohl say, if asked the question where they had 
•heir clothes mads, that they went to John Bull's, 
tfo. 106 Third street, and would also advise yo« 
suad your friends to go there if you want a perfect- 
fitting suit made In the latest style, from either 
imported or domestic goods, at the lowest price 
compatible with a good garment. S. 

Crcmi Ranuuiu la cioUitnc. 

The only store la the city that bas'the largest, 
cheapest and finest assortment of Men's and Boys 
•ashing, is H. Peyser"* Montgomery Avenue Coth- 
■■g Store, 710 Montgomery street, between Wash- 
ington and JaeksonJ Also, a large assortment of 
Meri'i and Boys' Overcoats and Cloaks, and the 
finest stock of Qentfi' Furnishing Goods, Trunks, 
Vahses, etc _ 2-x 

Tv« Old Mini Beataonutt. 

At this old established bouse, 005 Commercial 
street, above Montgomery, always noted among 
tbe boo vrvants for its good things, can be procured 
thefincet and best cooked Oysters, Steaks and Chops 
kB towa. Terrapins and the choicest brands of 
. Wines and liquors a specialty. Charges moderate 
t*> M. Hepburn, the new proprietor, invites tbe 
pdbflc to give tbe "Old Mint" a thai. 8-T 



Will awt appear this season, but the disappoint- 
anent is mors than repaid by the beautiful display 
tA <lir*3QtSas Goods at Mayers" Bazaar, corner 
jSUuitgomery and Pine streets. L 

Tbe Mason L .Hamlin Organs are acknowledged 
to be the most poverrul, at the same time giving 
firth Che sweetest tone «f any other, Kohkr, 

eftoM b Co., «6S Cloy street. s 



BufTiliardfa 540 lVaaliln gto n street. 

Freneh calf boots made to order for $8; box toed 
gaiters made to order for $6; oxford tie shoes made 
to order for $6; boys* boots made to order tor $$; 
and large assortment of boots and shoes, all ef 
Burkbardt's own make, at equally low sales, at 640 
Washington street * 

Holiday Confectionery. 

A fine assortment of holiday candies and new 
styles of Christmas tree trinuuings, fancy boxes, 
costume bon-bons, cornucopias,, sugar fruits and 
ancj articles just received at 3. Vogeley & 
Brothers, late of tbe Mechanics* Fair of 1S7*, 36 
Second street, near Grand Hotel. 

Dr. Dolierty. 

Has devoted his Study more partioularly to 
ironic and specific practic, and as such te now 
'he most successful of any Physician In San Fran- 
,isco. Office, 610 Sacramento street, corner of 
_»eidesdorff, a lew doors below the What Cheer 
House. _ T 

The c rccn Boom. 

This popular resort of the profession and all 
epicures who can appreciate good liquors and a 
good lunch, is directly opposite the California The- 
atre. It has judfteen beautifully freecord and Is 
now a modle of taste and elegance. Everybody 
goes to the Green Roo m between th e acts. x 

Peace is Dbclarkd in all families who buy their 
furniture and bedding of J. A. Sbaher & Co., 707 
Market street, near Third, because they get bette 
goods for the same price than any other dealers. 

Fresh and Sweet. 

For the best confectionery, go to Canty and 
Wagner's, 107 Montgomery St **>? Sutter. M 

The Decker Grand Piano is the Kiss ef all eth 
ere, without exception. Kobler, Chase A Co. 
Agents, 633 Clay street « 




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SELECTIONS., 



The whole to conclude with the Laughable Sketch, entitled 

Opposition is the Life of Trade 



KEMBLE I BIU. BEEAKAU. BILLY 

OOTION | BILL ROAKES J. 



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BKZHA30* 



ME. TBOSIFACE J. E. 

JIM GRANGER BEN 

MISS FUMSKY 

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Due Notice will be given of the First Appearance of the World-renow.ied SONG and DAB£3E3(£S, 

C3-ATVj7 , Iie3T_.X> cfc BOO£S.@lrI 

MAOUTRE'S NEW THEATRE TO LET. APPLY AT BOX OFFICE OF THE. OPKSLA. ILOtTBal | 



Pleaslni Testimonial. 
There is a funny story told of a Presby- 
terian minister in India, who not Long ago, 
when taking an evening walk near his own 
house, was Bhot by his own chokeedar — 
private watchman. He asserted that he 
had mistaken his master — who was very 
much disliked — for a thief ; and his excuse 
was accepted, although no one more than 
half believed it. There were not many tears 
shed by the other missionaries; but for the 
sake of decency they erected a tombstone 
to hia memory, on which, whether in mal- 
ice or innocence, they caused the following 
inscription to be cut: 



Sacred to the kexort or thb 

Rev. , Ac, sic. 

He Translated the Holy Scriptures into 

Pushtoo, 

And was ehot by his own Chokeedar. 



;"Well done, thougoodandfaithfulsexvaat.": 



Santa Clans 

Is not a myth it New Tear's candles of every 
kind, shape and color (both home-made and im- 
ported), Is any proof of the existence of the time- 
honored deity, of presents for little onea In fact, 
George Haasi Co., No. SO Kearny street, has fac 
eiiniles of Santa Claus (in Candy) that are really 
good enough to eat. His holffiay stock of home- 
made candies and bon-bon boxes cannot be ex- 
celled anywhere, ae a visit to his more will show, k 



Blinker's Club House San&ages. 

A dehcous table delicacy. They are made of 
dairy-fed pork, are admirably seasoned, and are 
as superior to the ordinary dry, tasteless saus 
age made of beef and perk mixed, as anything 
tan be imagined. Made fresh every morning at 
Bunker's Stall, 74 and 76 California Market, Cali- 
fornia street entrance. Try them. fi-B 



Washing Keturaed in On* Day. 

And we never disappoint, at the What Cheer 
Laundry . No Chinamen employed. 



What Cheer Laundry. 

Ji Leideadorfl street, near Saeramtrite 



Do Not Suffer from Corns. 

The unfortunate sufferers from Corns, Bunions 
club and Ingrowing Nails, cah find instant relief 
by applying at Dr. R. H. Cowan's Institute, re- 
moved to 212 Kearny street, from 1 to fl p. H. We 
speak from experience, having tested the Doctor's 
capability. Reference given if required. B 



Tbe Winter styles* 

AH the latest Winter styles of hat have been re- 
ceived and are now on view at "The" Hat Store, 
647 Washington street. The variety Is very large, 
and the prices charged at this well-known estab- 
lishment are very reasonable. a 



The Antelope Oyster House. 

Our specialty, always the best oysters in market, 
served up in the best style ef cooking. Our 
Eastern transplanted oysters excel any other in 
market Estabhahed in 1&64. No. «2 Harket 
aear Montgomery. » 



The Emerson Pianp is the finest and cheapest 
Piano in the market to-day for general ue. Kob- 
ler, Chase & Co., l£iS Ctoy street 



PIPER'S 0P£;A HOUSE. 

viBcnriA cur, Nevada. 

JOHN PIPER Piw>rBJa»roe. 

MflMI ami lunrTir. 

This Elegant Theatre can. he Rented hy 

tbe nigbt or week. Stars and traveling companies 
liberally treated with on application to 

JOHN PIPER, 
Manager and Proprietor, 
Or to J. H. HcCABL, 
Ju28-tf 332 Bush street, San Francisco, 



METROPOLITAN THEATRE 

8A0BA HBNTO, 

TO RENT, 

By the Blight, Week, or Month, from 

Nov. 1st. For terms apply at the Theatre, or by 
letter to W. K_ MORROW. Proprietor, Sacramento. 
N B. — I have no authorized Agent anywhere. 
mb24-tf 



OPERA HOUSE, 

SAN JOSE, CALA. 



This Beautirnl and Newly Renovated 

Theatre is to be let by the Night. Week, or Month, 
a,t reasonable terms. 



G". BROHAJ3KA. Proprietor. 



MOZART 

STOCKTON, 



HALL, 

CAI. 



To Let hy the Njght or Week» for Dra- 
matic Performances, Concerts, Lectures, etc, at rea- 
sonable rates. Address J. A. Woodman. Proprietor 
and Lessee. Stockton. For particulars enquire of 
W. D. Lewis, MK» Commercial street, San Fran- 
cisco. N. E. Music furnished on all occasions. 
ocl2-tI 



SCOTT'S 

VARIETIES. 

Fun, Pleasure. Variety and 
Beauty. 

In this Pleasant Resort 



..ONE 



0AN...J. 
Ffiss «,n Evening 

MOST DELIGHTFULLY. 

Here the Kindest Attention Is Tendered 
to Both Strangers and BesldenU. 

Tbe Proprietor h&ving catered to tbe wonts of the 

FTO-LOVIHO PUBLIC! 
Both Here and in Virginia City 

BAB ATTAINED A 
Popnlority CneaaUed ON Tins COAST ! 

THB PRETTIEST - OP TALENT I 



the rmsT 



..KSTD. 

OF 



EVER Si THING 



MRS. SCOTT'S TABIETTES, 



Sacramento " j Kearny Sts. 
•Jul .Kotfaoa a gvoa/ooa 



GRO FIIVO THEATRE, 

POKTIAKD, Ore-son-. 
__ ^ ....AND.... 

THEATRE ROYAL, Victor** 

Leaees and KanageresBr. 

MISS FAWNY MOBOAUT 



The above Theatres are n«wr 

tbe Fall and Winter Season with 
Company. Stars having two or 
can apply ae above, or to J. II 
Bush street, San Francisco. 




PACIFIC HALL, 

CALIFORNIA THEATRE BtrZJs&lMa I 
S AS FKAXCISCO.. 



This Fine ITull can he Rente* Skvr Bar 

matic Performances, Operas, Concerts.. -iatja, 1* 
tiires, Benerits, etc., by the Night nrTfim't. a* re 
soLi&l'le terms. Pacific Hail has just barai nTns— t 
refitted, frescoed and supplU d with a Jfew Stags m 
Scenery, and will accommodate 1,500 ~i iin— rt J 
every seat in full vie* of tbe stage. Post tmmm m ; f 
ply at the Hall, to 
oc22 3m Tho.-i, J 



CHEYENNE OPERA HO Ml 
CHEYENNE, WYOMING TERRITSIT. 



This Popular Theatre lias Been 

ly Refitted and Decoratedr First-dans 

Companies or Dramatic Stars co mjjig Masfc 

treated liberally upon application either ±.9 ted. 

or in person. Address all iiiinimiwliiiitli — flu 

JAMES McDAHDsaV 

Fkbb — 

Lock Box No. 1, Cheyenne, Wj.it. 



McDANIEL'S THEAYHE 

CHEYENNE, WYCMINO TERMTtlT. 

Open the Tear Bound With * rirst-na 

Variety Company. Variety Arista cotafecc Xsdta 
at all times secure Firet-Class engag«as*s>ss. '** 
be artists of acknowledged ability jc-Jl xmrn 
Wardrobe. No othera need apply. Adi^nw 

jAJrtEs McDAaaaa, 

Lock Box No. 1, Cheyenne, WyorTes. 



Both Male and Female lata 

"Will do well by communicating 

ON THEIR WAY HAST OX W 

AS WE WANT GOOD ABTOSt 
To TThom Good Salaries 1TJU B* Mi 
AddreSB 



M. II. LONDRO * 

Theatre 



OCS7 



THOS. W. BBKE * O*. 

Brags Founders and Finisher 

BEER FAUCETS 
MAStFACTTKEBS 

AND EEPAIEESS OF 

DRUMS, BANJOS, AND 
Cold and Silver Platen 

6POON8 ud FORKS made u Good m k 

Lessons clyen on the RarjJ* amit 

542 Mission street, between First and SMiai 

N. B.— Fine-toned Silver Solo Banjos ahr 

Eionals always on hand J 



Dtfr 



T. B. Bona. 

BOSS 
Kxcl 



AKLLNGTOJt 



-_._ Boardl ne an d Sale 

Stable, 158 Tehama, off Thixd Street. 
Careof Boarding and Sale Horses a 
Specialty. Sole Hones always enl 
band. Breaking and Handling Colts, 
eta, with care. 

K. B. Clippingof HoreeBdonewitsi 
care and dispatch with tbe English 
Brothers' Patent slAchines, whiah ax* 
PriM,B33a DOT' 



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everybody. 










I SULLIVAN 



s wro: 



'H«r«. T»ero nil Bl W| »he 



sax raaxcoco, Monday, jamjart is. i*m. 






CLOAKS AN 



VOL. XXI. 



m: I in \i> i\ 1 in 



HAVE YOUR PICTURES! 

NEW YORK GALLERY 

IVo. 25 Third St., 

Ublnrt f 'illy f4 IVr IKtfU ! 



CALIFORNIA THEATRE. 



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WILf-mlN 1 -. 



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H3T APPEAR aiVCEIlM CilLIFORWlA 



MISS CLARA MORRIS! 



PALACE 0F_ FASHION, 

A. MORRIS, 

Merchant Tailor, 



TIUS EVEWING 



JANUARY 18 



•.Til. ft HTHIJ-. huTIi k. v»,u be rr.nuuJ llLIIAn' lUiruuti. IWh, In 6 AcU, .milled 

eXEILLR MISS CLARA MORIMK 



CUSTOM-MADE GOODS! 

"SfcMluisr Ball Cm* *•**> S»«* »W»*rc. 

MyPrice8 Defy Competition. 

(til »i» («inn: wimuiBi, 

BusiacMs $30 

6 X Rearer Dress Suits 56 

Melton OviTonats 1(1 

Guslnierp Pants ? 

. 10 
.. 9 



\ lL 

>" RIKUX 

ILLS 







Black Bearer Pnnta 

.Silk Velvet Vests. 



a.. Monnia, oot 

No. 17SBcondStreet ? 



Opposite Grand nnlel. 



iMiiM.N inn. 

HENRY EDWARDS 

ROBERT l'AlkMA.V 

msi.suN i 

i ii m 

. Ml'PRY WOODS 

MRS JUTMH 

HMO JENXIE LEE 

MISS BELLE CUATMAN 
...MISS CARRIE WVAT1' 



I Kir.', "ill be Introduced a NEW SONO, oompotctl ftnd urr»itj,-ud exnrusHl/ (or the oeciioi. by 1'HAS. SCHl'LTZ, 

nttlU«d 

"THS3 SONG TO G J^WLXIL.I-.IS ." 

SIXG P.Y SIS. ROBERT PATKIIAN. 

ACTS 1st and 2d SPRING ! A ROOM IN PARIS. 

ACT 3d SUMMER! THE HOME IN THE COUNTRY. 

ACT 1th AUTUMN ! GRAND SALOON and BALL ROOM ! 

ACT otb. - WINTER I C AMILLE'S DRESSING ROOM. 

"All Nature Hopes for Spring. I 



SATURDAY, JANUARY 23d, 



FIBST OLABA 



IN PREPARATION 



IS MATIKEE 



Palace Amphitheatre. 

■ ■■ 

LANT PKUI'uitMANCE 



CRANO COMPLIMENTARY 
X2 J ESlV3BX^XrX a 



PR0OKAMME fOIMHi> EVENING. 

"lull. in In Itim.tii 

r i ;u I ll.AH III )I(U .-. 

■ rilE OPRKIPR IIX.IO I. .,,,., I I i ,.li. Horn, by 

Pour Imll.. anil lour l.imli men. iiinlcr file 

■ i.iiini.iii.l ..r MI..MIH < MI11IIM. ■■ I.I, «nr 

rhurui r "I. A Kill A I III.' 

3 -i:ivi. I i|l iliiiui:. mt. ii. WALLACE 

4 I'HIMII U IIIIIUTItlD ACT 

tlnu.iuie III ItllllM LEON 
«lim» lilt. \l ll.Mll 

kluumii.ti i nit. [IIIHIlk 

.'• "Lll.1,1" Ihr >V*tiiiltrful Nciv /rutiiud Trick 
Mure Intriiilii.i-il by Slunur < III HUM 

li Till: QI'EI.N IIP Till. AKI.VA. -.llni Ita mux 
IT Rl. In her I iiriiiill. it I.iiiii ,lrl:in Art on 
ItnreuncJk Ilorsr. Clown... .Mr. \ AT Al ST'I.H 
Itlli.lliu-lir III. ICOIII.IM JOIIXMIS 

I JAR AMI ROT Ahtoiiiiillntc Peal of Kuulllb- 

rlnni II) KAUAI I IIOkK III mill HOY 

H All-Ill I. h Hurt. Ine Pur" Arnliliin silver Hired. 

lu n l.rniiU Mnm-ite Act. lii I in' I in mil,- ■ Am. 

iiznu n, li:. LINDA 

» TIM'. < ORSK IN I'llsT-rilT KxrttlllB Hurdle 

Art on Pour Itarebnek I'mile. 

HuafCr TOMMY LEON 

miCBbMiseioN OF FJ 



111 tUAVII PEST MARCH TniinliiiDser' 

IK. Until. I) 111 Tilt. ..KAMI IHtllll SIR V 

II UAIITiLE IIORUA'.VTAL RAH 

IIISMIS. II.IPTON nnd CAKTOH 

15 I'ltlMT! AND DtlKE, the two lilelily Irnlni-d 
liorMl'H Introduced by HIttnor U. (TIIARINI 

13 -TIIF.DDOBO (MCA, Ihe Yoimi ( nlinn, lu bis 
(iriiil Pr.uciliul Acton HorRCbaek. 

(Town Mr. DAVE I.OXtl. 

11-JK.I.UM. EVTR AORDIN A 111 KIMTAIt A 

IS GENERAL GRANT, (he ninsnllii cut Hi I nl 

lloi'KC lllinllicr to OtlliTlo 1 . In-CM-nlcil liv Sicnor 
(.. ITllAKINI In :i lllniul Hnlieee Acl -n In limiic 
eeole ISyMtcin A'hiurlnl)— eiiiltnt; bin nci Toruiniii'c 
wltjl a dunce (o the iioiiuiur nlr "leu I IiouhiiikI 
IIHch Awny." 

lli CRAM1 I'ltlVdPAI, EO.IT.STRIAV ACT.. By the 
Public.'., Fuvuritc, Ihe liiiloliiilnlilc ROMEO SiS« 

RASTIAN. (loim Mr. HILLY BUKKF. 

Rlncmnstcr Ml'. HAMLEL GRAHAM 

I7-8IGKOR FABANT1 in bis iioiiuiur druwInK-room 
cntei'tulnuieiu. 

I8—TIIE TWO LOVERS.. AmnalWE Fmicilr inn Scene 
111. by RKI.EN nild TUEOIIORO (IRA mid 
Jlr.ir.. IIERREHT. AVAIIACl". mill GEBOLIMA. 



ADMISSION, 



ONE DOLLAR. 



To th? Unfortunate. 

Sr. Gibbon's Sispensary, 

No. G23 Kcai-ny street, Corner of 

Commercial, Han Krane.isco. Entrance ou 
Ooimuercial. Establiabed in 1854. for the 
treatment and cure of alldiseasesof theuri- 
nary and generative organs, anil all l.hyai- 
cal conditions or Weakness consequent 
upon the errors or ignorance of the sexes, 8ldn dis- 
ease (of years' standing) and rheumatism, success- 
fully treated. The sick and the nulicted should not 
fail to oail upon him. The Doctor has traveled ex- 
tensively in Europe, and inspected thoroughly the 
various hospitals there, obtaining a great deal of 
vjUual.le information, which be is competent to 
impart to those hi need of his services. Dr. Gibbon 
will make no charge unless he effects a cure. 

Address DK. J. F. UIBIiuN, Box 1957, San 
Francisco. no25-tf 

Pianos! Pianos! 



"Barbarism and^CSvilizatian." 

Nuw it is true that music docs refine. 
It is the red rose on the hiuaau vine. 
Bat turn the idle air to niurmurs sweet, 
Mark the effect upon the crowded struct, 
Oares are forgot, the step elastic grows, 
The fretted current softer, smoother Sows. 
Ajid man his fierceness or his BMilt eschews, 
The hypochondriac forgets his blties. 
Windows jump open; Biddy shades her eyes. 
The very Chinaman shows some surprise. 
The tittle ooy, 'tis needless to explain, 
Runs for the music with his might and main. 
If thUB fqr good the enchantress wields her power 
AL California homes should have talis flower. 

And ihe Opportunity is Now Open. 

Families of limited means invited to examine the 
Large Stock of PIANOS just arrived at 

105 STOCKTON STREET, 

Every Celebrated MaJier Represented t 

In New and Used Instruments and at Prices 
Within the reach of all. 

Lorci'i* ef Art Come and See 

"Barbarism and Civilization," 

Those ftxpreaalve and elegant ideas in the [qrfta 
of beautiful female lacee. 

B3S" CHOICE CHR0M09 AND PAINTINGS a 
specialty. 
All welcome— buying or not. Howard BoilrSng. 
ja9-lw W. IHWItMLM,, 



HEALD'S | Busjness 

24 Post St., San Francisco 



The iATf eat juid Bent Rnslne** College 

•o th« CoauL lu graduates are riualiflwd for htisi- 
otA and enabled to fill lucrative situations at onou. 
r"frunK mom ahouhl cxAmiuo Uus school before at- 
fa»H mi alatiwhaie. For iolofqaatloa call at the 
oflifc. No. 24 Post ttreet, or addreu V.. P. Ileald, 
tt*jj Fraoclsco. ocie-t( 



M THE VILLA," 

At tb. ilnw . 

GOLDEN (UTE PARK, 

Tb* BslhMaj, hmrtac Jnst b»so oorapi«t«d, Ii 
•ow thrown own to <l.»pqbUo. Vh« bouelsels- 
C»ntLr (antin*d. and has 

Foni- JPtibllo Parlors, 

— AHD— 

Ten Prirate Diuing Rooms, 

' Th« whole bslnir htillr, nAt lite.* pnbllo hotel 
but *• it is named 

An Elegant Vilfla. 

"Tb* VUI«" >■ located at Iht last or oonh-west- 
— »U« the Park. 

liSTS.wJ^L'i^L' ^^.'.oa*™ "d Suppera 



•ro UU 03 the Park. 

Kpioar«*o Br««kta«U, Dioaen 
prepared oo the tnort*«t aoUce. 



CUIDO MANCENBERC, 

PROPRISTOB. Uy-lll 




PROGRAMMES, 
And .11 kind, of PrlntinK for 

Shows, Lectures, 

Concerts, Theatres, 

Excursions, &c. 

AT LOW BATES, BY 

B. F. STERETT, 

632 ClATf STHBET. 



Attention, Good Livers] 

P. B. HEROES ft CO., 
MINERS' RESTAURANT, 

Mr. Berftmi. formerly Pro- 
I frieWv Of the Miner* IteeUuraiit, ho* 
— fakeB the management of both the 
Mi*or»' Jteetourant on Oosunerclal 
■erect and the Minora 1 Branch on Mar- 
ket «tre«t. Our Bills of Fare embrace all tlvo (VII 
1 codes of the season; Our JVotto Is "flood Faro. 
•ood Oookln. end Moderate Charge" ^ 

Oi«a from 6 A. **. to 10 P. K. tegjtf 

' ftfcU and fi%J C^ouunerr la land 7W Mark ft 

fttreet. «p«b from 5 a. m to 10 9. m. 



THE CLIFIf^ HOUSE! 

ROARIHG tlCEAflfluRGiNG BREAKERS 
F03MIHG SU3F, nOfCSTER SEA t ONS 

Appetizing Breakfasts, Lnneliea, 
Dinners and Suppers. 

HRING Y<»IIR iVIl'KI 

Bhr.i's'Q \v,v*\ pAntix,vi 
BftINU YOfJK uuv vmsntD* 

rUdeojoraTitw of the ttooitt OOEAN PANO* 
ItAMA IN . -.11 innisnt of 

. the wtirld-reno-'cud 

Cjr «> 1 <1 e n »T5 ate . 

With aflriot ol w/. i.e-wio^er) ineatjeueprs eutnrtri* 

. ui> ootn.-uei-i'lal world. 

■T'New Litio Bn'.'>eB, oonoeetlnR with Sweet 
Oarnal Loa.j aioatna ovary 15 ismateB horna.! Wi 
j»l-tf 



SAN FRANCISCO DIRECTORY, 

187S. 

Established, 1857. 

The Printing of the Above Sellable 

work has been commenced, and iU: completion will 
be scoured as early as the character of the work will 
permit. In the meantime, the undersigned will es- 
tcum it a favor to be notified of any change of 
flrmn, removals, new arrivals in the city, or any 
other alterations or omissions that may have taken 
place since tbe Information for the work was col- 
lected by tbe canvassers. 

HENRY O. LANOLEY, Proprietor. 
©12 Olay street, near Montgomery, Up Stairs. 

loia 



OAKLAND DISTRIBUTING AGENCY 

TAYLOR «SC CO., 
Bill and Card Distributor* 

POtt OAKLAND and Vlrlultj. 

Will faithfully moke diatrflmtlon. 

Circulars, Dodgers, Cards, 

And every description of 

yinteci Matter 

At moat ReofiOiialile rate*. 

taylor * co. distbibutf 
"jP'XO-A.jEI.O" 

In Oakland ereir day, and are to be relied upon 

gr Or <<-r» lire, IyiiI a) \ tbto Ofllce. 

THE HOUSEHOLD FUBNISHINQ CO 

328 PIKE STREET. SAN PRAM01SOO. 

Tiunril, Plnnl.hiMl, Jntmnuoil, Wooden 

and R«tUui Ware. Braiw, Coouor, I'lril-Ciiit and 
PlaMd OoorU. 

Onuunentol tvnd Artlstlo Hon.oh.old 
ArttoZes. iitaiini 



LEAVY BRO. & CG'S. 

Owo Bitind of Imported 

Consolidated Virginia 
CIGARS J 

REJNA VICTORSA8. 

WHOLESALE DKP^KTMENT, 

509 Moaiteromei-y at. 

RETAIL. 

C»r. of Bnah nnd Kearny, Laurel Palace. 

ja2-3in 



HENRY HOJS.SOH, 

HAS JUST OPENED A 

NEW & ELEGANT RESTAURANT 



No. 4X7 F1KB.O Street 

Between Montgomery and Kearny Streets. 

The Above Popular RctftituriUeur has 

fitted up bis Now Itestauraut in the most elegant 

style. 

Always on Hand the Choicest Viands 
the Market Affords. 

PRIVATE ROOMS FOR FAMILIES. 
!.....■'■»;■ in m;v lUMsrii, 

jal3-liu 417 Phie street, opposite the Market 



OVERLAND HOUSE, 

Sacramento St., Near rJontgomery. 

The Bcxt and rhenpcitt I I ItMSlIlli 

ROOHB in Baa Francisco. With or without board. 
J. E. BLINKJSY, Proprietor. . 
M". B. Also Proprietor of "BON TON" Saloon, 
California Theatre. Bush street. de23 

MONEY TO LOAN I 

UPON STOCKS, BONUS, HEAL ESTATE, 

Lll'E INSURANCE POLICIES, AND ALL 
OTHEE GOOD COLLATERALS, BY 

JOHN T. LITTLE, 

ileSIlm iOZ: CALIFORNIA STREET I 



STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING. 

HO JLE MUTUAL INSURANCE COMPANY. 

Tlie Aniiuiil Heeling of Ihe Stockhold- 
er* of tjie Home Mutual lufiurance Compauy will be 
held at tin. Company's olfloe, 4(Mt California street, 
In this city, ou MONDAY, January 18, 1875, for ihe 
elemiuu of Ilircotors for tbe ensuing year. Foils 
will be open from 1 o'clock until 1 p. Sf. 

OHAS R STORY. Secretary. 

San Francisco. January 7. 1875. i*S-ul 



@. 0£.TVjHSe»jH3. 

[Lato Stage Manager of Mayulre's New The- 
atre, formerly BuflLoaBS Manager and Agent 
©f Strakosch-Nilason Concert, Maretzk 
Italian Opera, Grau's Opera Bouffe, 
Wyndham Comedy Oomp'y. Jane 
Coombes Comedy Company, 
eto. etc.] 

Bess to Inform the Profession and Pnb 

lio tliat he is propared to organize, manage and or 

range on ujodernLe terms 

Concerts, Benefits, Theatricals, 

Amateur Performances, 

Tableaux, etc. 

And Entortain ments of all kimls, PUBLIC AND 
PRIVATE, to furuiBh, if reuuired, 

Profearilonal Aid, f^siimic., Property ^ 
Accessories. 

To give attention to proper and suitable putti i ty 
ad vurt.it) big, etc. 

Parties uudoi'tn.kinc any kind of Ariiiuseniotit, t*. 
tortainment*;, v/ill nave mmity nnd ooeure efiici. ai.y 
by oDtrnstitag their busintevi to ■ 

Addreroj; MaKalre'si KTcw Tttentre. 

aitk'S aud addresflcs. <jo1I !; 

EOCKAWAY OYSTER HOUSE* 

1004 Market Street, Ite^r Junction ol 
Mar&et obo! WywWl 

Choicest Oysters, C'ltOPR dhd ,=^- >— >a 

Steaks Bet-ced to order at all hov ■■.. r ■■ pA / ^ J 
aiJi'PEKti Cor Pai-tit'8 and l-'amJ! . , N*^ ft! / 
proinrjUy Buiiidieil, The patronage "i Xslit*/ 
om-frioBdE and tlie public is respi. ;- 
fully BoEeited. HENRY LANCE, 

ED. KJIEIVMKE. 
oc30-tf l'ropriijturfl. 



The Celebrated Pan Roast 

Either California or Eastern dytattfl 
Cooked to Order at 



SOLOMON TESMOilES 

Stalls, 57, 58 and 50 Ciillfornia Market. 
(Entrance on Pine BtMBtfl 
Familien and R«Btaiu-antB supplied at ahort n I Ice 
del7-lm 



W 



•T. C. COMQ£8, 
TEBBAPIW X.XTJPiC>* U 

Terrapin Constantly on Hand 

Oysters in every style. PRIVATE 
SUPPER ROOMS FOR PARTIES. 



MORACHAN& LYNCH. 

DEALERS II» 

OTSters, damH juid all kJndu 

of Shell Fish, Stall <iM Calffornla Mar- 
ket, Son Francisco. Open Day and 
Nittht. FamUies, Public and Pri» 
Parties, Hotels. Shipping and Restau- 
rants supplied. ^MM 

OSOBQE WATB9, 
Denier In Oj-Jitera, Clnma, nnd | 

alt kinds of SHELL FISH, Htali-. Xoa> 
40. 4l,4 , .!,('ultliiruiaaiarliet, entrance 

on nia street. 

Public or t>rirar« parties and famiBee n.pi-li* 
horn 6 a. M. u> 12 »■ m, Lailiea' and Gtjiitlemen' 
Oyster Kooma open from 6 a. m. to 12 y M.. d«S71 



FXGARO 



a AN OF AMUSEMENTS. 



Published Every Day in the Year by 

AT 

32 Merchant and 537 Wasningrton St*- 
Below Montgomery, Ban Francisco. 



MONDAY JANUARY 18 



Printer's Blunders. 

An article on "Printer's Blunders," in 
the 8u7ida8 Timet, of New York, gives some 
•museins examplet. The misplacement of 
a "space" made Adirondack Murry refer 
recently to ''them asses of the people," when 
he meant the masses. The same sort of 
error mado a Pittsburgh paper spell the 
name of the owner of the State Legislature 
"ThomasS ott." Whittiers "Brewing of 
Soma" was printed "Burning of Laura," 
A dramatic critic closed his notice just in 
time for tho makeup with "a word of com- 
pliment" to the music director, and found it 
printed "a word of complaint" Tho Dun- 
kers, the most temperate, of people, gener- 
ally appear in print as Drunkards, General 
Butler beggep tho voters to give a good 
account of themselves for the honor of the 
Old Bay State, and an enthusiastic composi- 
tor produced it as "for ihe honor of the Old 
Boy's Tail." A compositor on a St. Louis 
paper the other day, made an editor say 
hat "this war-cry is the keyhole of victors. 

»»» -~ 

mark Twain. 

When I was a boy there was but one per- 
manent ambition among my comrades in 
our village on the west bank of the Mississ- 
ppi river. That was to be asteamboatman. 
We had transient ambitions of other sorts, 
but they were only transient. When a 
circus came and went, it left us all burning 
to become clowns; the first negro minstrel 
show that came to our section left us all 
suffering to- try that kind of life ; now and 
then we had a hope that if we lived and 
were good, God would permit us to b» 
pirates. These ambitions faded out, each 
n its turn ; but the ambition to be a steam- 
boatman remained. 



CAHllLE.-TO. CLIBA HOURIS. 

A row of la Tip* that flame and flare, 
A strangely troubled world behind, 
With passion, like a desert wind, 

To breathe its fierce enchantment there. 

A re-al beauty, strangely fair, 
(A pallid face, behind whose smile 
A touch of pathos hides the while ) 

With white cameliaa in her hair. 

The music of a woman's voice 
Whose laughter endcth In a moan. 
Like "sweet bells jangled" out of tone- 
No sound to make the hoart rejoice. 

The dawning of a brighter morn, 
A rifting i» the clouds above, 
For her who gave back love for love, 

Yet dared to battle scorn with scorn. 

The resting of a wind-tossed bark, 
A sweet dream in a gloomy night, 
The momory of whoso vanished fight 

But makes the shadows doubly dark. 

The glaring world of sin once more, 
The hollow mirth, the scornful imiles, 
The pitch that touches and denies, 

And then the sacrifices Is o'er, 

illrth, music, song— all, all have Red 
The dawning of eternal peace ; 
A weary heart hath found surcease, 

A lover inoumeth o'er his dead. 



The Winter styles. 

All the latest Winter styles of hat have been re- 
ceived and are now on' view at "The" Hat Store, 
647 Washington street. The variety is very large, 
and the prices charged at this well-known estab- 
lishment are very reasonable^ a 

Peace is Declared m all families who buy their 
furniture and bedding of J. A. Shaber & Co., 707 
Market street, near Third, because they get bette 
goods for the same price than any other dealers. 



NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. 



"The Mystery*" 

We are in receipt of a new novel by Mrs, 
Henry Wood, entitled "The Mystery." It 
is printed from the author's manuscript, is 
not yet published in England, and is from 
the pen of the popular author of "East 
Lynne." It will no doubt command 
a large share of attention from the whole 
novel-reading community, as Mrs. Wood's 
fascinating manner of narration, so dis- 
tinguishing a feature in her many popular 
works, is here preserved in all its integrity. 
It is published by T. B. Peterson and 
Brothers, and is for sale by Payot, Upham 
& Co., San Francisco. 



Working nitt Passage. 

Pat applied to the captain of a canal 
Voat at Albany to know if he might ' 'work 
his passage" to Lockport. Jonathan said, 
* 'Certainly," and assigned to his Irish friend 
tl: s task of leading the horse3 ashore. Pat 
Bt ied satisfied for some time, but by the 
time he got to Schenectaday a new light 
h i broke in upon him, and he inquired 
how much it would cost him if he went as 
i ■ lender; "for, by the powers," said Paddy, 
** I'd almost as soon go a-foot ad work my 
passage in America !" 



mutagen 

Of Amusements, Excursions, Lectures, and 
Concerts, are directed to the splendid Printing 
Establishment of B. F, Sterett, 532 Clay Street, 
ever the San Francisco Market. The largest Post- 
ers, in Plain or Fancy Colors, are turned out in 
the shortest possible space of time. Also, Bean 
fci.'iil Programmes, Tickets, etc., etc., printed to 
suit the most fastidious. Mr. Sterott keeps Con- 
nelly on haad a fine line of bright colored pa- 
pers of every shade, and the prices charged for 
these are very little In advance of plain white 
piper. Streamers of various sizes, from 18 to 42 
i.wh letters, in stock, of all colors of paper and 
ink. Theatre Managers are especially invited to 
call for estimates. This well-known Printing House 
was established by the present proprietor in 1860 
and has bce:i in successful operation ever since 

_«___ *^ 

How to Dit« "Well, 

Over two-thirds of the beat dressed gentlemen 
I n this cUy (those who dress in style we mean) 
would say, if asked the question where they had 
their clothes mado, that thoy wont to John Bull's, 
No. 109 Third street, and would also advise you 
and your friends logo there if you want a perfect- 
fitting suit made in the latest stylo, from either 
imported or domestic goods, at tho lowest price 
oompatiblo with a good garment. B . 

The Old Mint Restaurant. 

At this old established house, 005 Commercial 
street* above Montgomery, always noted among 
the hon rivante for its good things, can be procured 
the finest and beat cooked Oysters, Steaks and Chops 
In town. Terrapins and the choicest brands of 
Wines and Liquors a specialty. Charges moderate 
O. M. Hepburn, the new proprietor, Invites the 
public to givo the "Old Mint" a trial. 8-T 



rhotograpliff 

Edouart It j 604 Kearney street, produce 

Pastel Paintings which are superior bo ekher Oil 
sr Water Colors. Enlargements in all styles, gen- 
eral photographic work gnaranteed. 0-bu 



The Mason *n\iilin Organs are acknowledged 
to be she most powerful, at the same time giving 
orth tho sweetest tone of any other. Kohler, 
Chase & Co., 633 Clay street. u 



The Tombstone Agent. 

Like many other branches of trade, 
agents for tombstone manufactories are 
quite numerous, who often find it to their 
advantage to work upon the feeling a little 
in order to effect a sale. The other day one 
happened to be in a strange section and was 
sent to call upon a Mrs. Brown, who had 
lately lost a husband. He introduced him- 
self and was invited to sit down; he spoke 
of the weather, and then getting around to 
business said, rather tenderly : "So you 
have lost your husband ?" She wept, and 
said that it had that resemblance. He said 
he sympathized with her in the hour of 
her affliction; that the best of friends were 
doomed to part, and but few knew. any 
more whose turn would be next. 

He had not the honor of being acquainted 
with Mr. Brown, but he had heard him 
spoken of all over the country in the high 
est terms of praise (this was his usual style 
whether he had or not); everybody consid- 
ered him an honorable man and an affec- 
tionate husband, and they mourned his loss 
with the most earnest and tender affection; 
and he deserved a fitting memory; and as 
it was the last sad rite she could do he 
begged her to look over some excellent 
monumental designs in Italian and Ameri- 
can marble, which he was prepared to sell 
at the lowest terms. 

Said she : "Lookee here, mister ; you 
said he was an honorable man and affec- 
tionate husband, when you know you lie; 
he wasn't no such thing. It's true I've lost 
him, but he ain't dead; he ain't the kind 
that dies— he ran off last Wednesday with 
another woman and doesn't need a tomb- 
stone, I'm sorry to say — and I'd be much 
obleeged to you if you'd light out and not 
come back here again until you have occa- 
sion, mister." 

There was a rapid gathering up of pho- 
tographic designs by the poor agent, while 
he savagely growled out "Sold!" and faded 
away from Mrs. Brown's on the double- 
quick. W^hen last heard from he was anx- 
iously hunting up the cuss who sent him 
there to sell a tombstone. — Chatficld, Minn. 
Democrat. 

"The Woman Who Talks" was at 
Booth's Theatre on Monday evening. She 
was accompanied by the man that grins. 
Those who sat immediately behind the 
couple are now fully posted as to their 
family affairs. That'B what people go to 
the theatre for. — New York Dispatch. 



TAKOE 

BILLIARD HALL 

417 Kearny Street, 

WILL OPEN IN MAGNIFICENT STYLE 



TUESDAY NEXT 



My Friends Will Please Recommend 
MY 1838 WUIJKT. 



NEW TABLES, NEW CARPETS, ETC. 



C2MltI.ES L. STONE. 

San Francisco, January 16, 1875. jal6-4t 



Not lady-Like. 

A Dubuque girl took laudanum because 
her lover said it was not lady-like for her 
to kick his hat off as they steod at the gate. 

The loans Man from the East. 

" lm a stranger in this citj, 
Fm lately from the East, 
And mighty fond of oystors: 
Where can 1 j?et a feast? 
I've been to nil the restaurants, 
But nowhere could I And, 
A plate of Eastern oysters. 
Of the old fashioned kind* 

"Well, I can tell you," said his friend, 

"Exactly where to go, 

And where to get your oysters, 

Dh»ct from where- thoy fjrow. 

Just take a stroll down PINE STREET, 

At 410. opposite the Market, 

You'll eoc a aipm, THE SADDLE ROOK, 

You can't fail to remark it. 

"Emorson Corville keeps the plaee, 

The beat saloon in town, 

There you can get your oysters raw, 

Or fried so crisp and brown. 

He's tho lanrest oyster dealer 

On the Pacific Coast, 

And that he keeps the freshest 

Has over beon his boast. 

"He's got nice little private roonw. 
Where you can sit at ease, 
And eat your California stew, 
Or Eastorn if you please. 
All the young men of fashion go 
Rig-httotheSADDLE ROCK, 
To eat their EASTERN OYSTERS 
And drink their Rhenish hock." 



What Cheer Laundry. 

I street, near Sacramento 



The original "3waln*s Bakery** Is now established 
n their magnificent new place at 213 Sut tor street 
near Centre Market, and has added a lunch room 
and ice cream saloon. This is their only plaoe of 
business. 

Charlotte Cn*hman 

Will not appear this season, but the disappoint- 
ment ia more than repaid by the beautiful display 
of Christmas Goods at Mayers' Bazaar, corner 
Montgomery and Pine streets. 



THE LOWER 

Comstock Mining Co, 

HAS OPENED BOOKS 



To Receive Snbscr.pt. oils for a Limited 

amount of stock, for a working capital, at sj.50 per 
share. 

The stock will soon take Its place in the Stock 
Board, and a large advance in price must occur as 
the work progresses. • 

This mine is on the great Comstock lo-'e on Gold 
Canon, between the Silver Hill and the Dayton 
Mining Companies. 

The work now done on the mine is as follows : 

One shuft, heavy timbered, three comportments, 
100 feet deep. 

One shaft, two compartments, 140 feet deep. 

One iucline, on the lode, tO feet deep. 

Two tunnels, one 295 feet and one 150 feet. 

33 assays, made from one of the crosscuts, run 
from $72 to $9,000 per ton. 

Title, U. S. Patent, to the main lode. Stock Is- 
sued, '.'0 shares to the foot. Maps can be seen and 
full particulars obtained at the office. Work to be 
commenced an the mine at once. 

Trustees— J. A. Pritcbard, Robert Sherwood, H. 
C. Kibbe, Captain E. R. Warsaw and Samuel A. 
Chapin, 

J. A. PR1TOHARD President 

GEO. W. 8PINNY Secretary 

SAMUEL CURTIS Superintendent 

The books are open at office of the President, J. 
A Pritcbard, 330 Pine at. , rooms 1 and 2. jal5-2w 

KORTH PACIFIC COST RAI1R0AD. 

BETWMTK.... 

SAN FRANCISCO ANT> TOalAI.ES. 



^jSt iMUtManLij^Bla 



On and after Nenday 
January 11, 1875, Passenger 
will leave 

SAX FRANCISCO Dally at 2:30 p. n_, by San- 
celito ferry boat, from Davis street Wharf, connec- 
ting with train for Tomales;and 

TOMALES Daily at 8 a. m„ connecting with 
Saucelito ferry boat at Saucelito. 



SUNDAY, 

Excursion Trains will ran as far as Olema, Pas- 
sengers will leave by Saucelito ferry Boat from Davis 
street Wharf, at 8 a. m., and arrive on return to 
this city at samo wharf at 4:35 p. m„ giving from two 
to six hours - time at various points on the road. 
Fare, for the Round Trip, $2 to all Stations west 
of Fairfax, and $1 to Fairfax and all Stations cast. 

FREIGHT. 

Through Freight Trains, with a Passenger Car at- 
tached, will leave Saucelito at 6:30 a. h., oa Tues- 
days, Thursdays and Saturdays, and will leave To- 
males on the same days a t 1 P. m. 
jall-lm G. F. HARTWELL, Superintendent. 



EXTRA HARD METAL SCOTCH TYPE 

MILLER A RICHARD, Type Foctcders, 
Edinburg and London, beg leave-to call attention to 
their 

EXTRA-HARD METAL TYPE, 

which secures the combined advantages of higher 
finish, increased durability and diminished weight. 
This metal, after many years' trial under the Hoe 
and other Machines of the leading London and Eng- 
lish and Scotch provincial Daily Papers*, has been 
found to be at least twice ab> durable, as the or- 
dinary type metal, and has gained it very universal 
preference. The great improvements they have in- 
troduced In their manufacture, enable them to 
supply Fonts of this superior metal without any in- 
crease of Price upon the ordinary quality. 

The new type on which the Figaro is printed is 
from the above foundry. Every article for a com- 
plete news or job printing office furnished at the 
lowest priees. 

A large stock of news paper, all sizes and weights, 
which is offered on favorable terms. 

READ. BRAIN D &. CO. 



THAT 18 SO. 



Itonrttlfnl and Sntatantfal Sets 

of Artificial TEETH only #10, and war- _ 

rauted equal- to any work in New York or San Fran- 
cisco. Beautiful Gold and Platlaa Fillings for #1 
and upwards, and warranted for life. Twenty years 
experience in New York: City. Office. 24 Poet street, 
between Montgomery and Kearn y. 

jal2 DR. LUTHER, Dentist 



DR. FERDENANDERZ, 

So Celebrated for nil Success In the 

treatment of.all diseases of men and women has 

his office at 

215 Kearny Street, bot. Bush & Sutter. 

Hours 10 A. m. to 1 P. K. and 3 P. M. to 6 P. m. 
del8-tf 




teaching herinnera. 



CLAT-STREL1 
RIDING ACADEMY, 

Sat* (lay Street, cor. 

K to oh. ion. 

This ie the most elep&nt 
tad commndlouB Rid if u 
Academy in the citr; ooec 
day and evening. Par tic 
nlur attention psfd to 
j»27-to 
. TH AR8R ALL. Proprietor 



Pianos to rent from $4 to $19 per month, by 
Kohler, Chase & Oo., No. GS3 Clay street. 



I>r. C. C. O'DONNEIX, Office and Resi- 
dence 835 Kearny, near Jackson up stairs: Gradu- 
ate of Dartmouth College, and late Surgeon in the 
XT. 8. Army. Treats offlco patioots for a fee of $1; 
YUrits, $1 50; Medicines free: Obstetrical cases $15, 
fe25-tf 



HORTICULTURAL HALL 

WINTER CARDEN. 

(Stockton Street, between Post and Sutter Streets. 

Saturday, January 23 d. 
GREATER JjUN EVER. 

THIRD GRAND 

COSMOPOLITAN 

Bal Masque! 

Look at the Creat List of 
Attractions. 

FULL BALLET CORPS 

Under the direction of the Charming 
Danseuee, 

Miss AMY BENNETT 

Will porform ia OLD ENGLISH MOBBIS 

DANUE. MAYPOLE DAN0E 

JPAiiBIAN LADIES' 

QUADRILLE. 

Grand Pageam Proeession* 

Presenting A 

C0JGRESS OF ALL NATIONS ! 

Allegorical and Realistic, introducing 

XjI-vIxxs Animals, 

The Buffalo of the West; the Camel of the East 
Our Darwinian Ancestry. Grand Chariots and 
Horses, Rich Appointments, Elaborate and Mag- 
ii incei 1 1 Costumes, forming a noble picture of unpar- 
alleled richness and splendor. 

QUADRILLE DISLOQUE 

(Original) 
By the. New French Troupe or Dancers t 

SCHMIDT oTsCHLOTT'S 

GRAND ORCHESTRA OP 30 PIECES, 

Six Valuable and Artistic Frizes 

Will be awarded as follows : 

TO LADIES— The Handsomest Costume; the 
MoHt Correct Costume; the Most Oriy.nal Costume. 

TO GENTLEMEN— Costume and the best sus- 
tained Original Character; the most correct Costume 
and Character; the most eccentric Costume and 
Character. 

LAMES' PRIZES. 

Superb Oilde Silver Casket, covered with elabo! 
rate and artistic carvings in bas relief. 

Elegant Bohemian Glass Toilet Set, richly colored 
and gilt, with fine enamelled medallions on each 
piece. 

Full Size Quarto Morocco Album, richly orna- 
mented and gut. 

CE.VTLEHEVS PRIZES. 

Monster Meerschaum' Fife of great value. 

Handsome Bronze Carved Inkstand. 

Tortoise sheltOigar Oases. 

US?' The Prizes will be exhibited one week before 
tho Ball, at JOHN. BAGMAN'S Store, 3»3 Mont- 
gomery street, under Odd Fellows' Hall. 

Special kj otioe. 

The immensesuoeess of the COSMOPOLITAN 
BALS MASQUES has induced some unscrupulous 
speculator to filch, and use the title, in advertising 
some low third-class Ball. The public is hereby cau- 
tioned that the only genuine and successful COSMO- 
POLITAN BALS MASQUES have been, and will 
be given, at Horticultural Hall, under the direction 
of SAJM GENE5E. 

TICKETS, TWO DOLLARS. 

Doable Ticket, admitting Lady and Gentleman, 
Three Dollars. ja2 



DIVIDEND NOTICES. 
B.tsm or the 

WESTERN SWINGS 



TJE=ITT;ST C30- 



SAN FRAYCISCO, JAN, 4, 187S. 

Depositors* J3ividend. 

The Director* of tlite Corporation have 

this day declared the somi-annual dividend, at tha 
rate of ten (10) per cent, per annum on Term De- 
posits and eight (8) per eent. on Ordinary Deposits, 
payable on and after January 10th, 1875, at the offian 
of the Bank, northeast comer of Post and Kearny 
streets. p. CLAY. 

jaMm Vice-President and Cashier. 




Crowded Day and Nightly. The Enter* 

nriBing proprietors of the Southern Pacific Oyster 
Bouse hare added additional neat and privatd 
rooms to their establishment, retaining their ever- 
popular prices. These popular refreshment rooms 
are on Summer street, below Kearny, between Cal- 
ifornia and Pine. de3£3m. 




North Carson S. M. Co. 

OFFICE OF COMPAKT 

Boom 24. No. 419 California St. 

Location of Mine, 

Eagle Valley, on (lie lomstoek Banfte, 

and about three miles from American Flat. Detail 
maps on file at the ofilce. deiK-tf 



SAVE YOUR MONEY. 

For all kind of Howard and 

Waltham Watches at Manufacturers' 
Prices— Cases auaranteed IS karat gold-go 
__ to F. HOFLBNG Sole Agent in San Fran- 
cisco, corner Third and Market Streets, Nucleus 
HoteL All kinds of Solid Jewelry made to order 
and for sate. Diamonds set and for sale at the low- 
est living prices Manufacturing and Repairing 
done' <fr 



Dividend Notice. 

SAVINGS AND LOAN SOCIETY. 
619 Clay Street. 

The Board or Directom: have declared 

a dividend for the six months ending December Slat, 
1874. of nine (9) per cent, per annum on all deposit*, 
free of Federal tax, and payable on and after Janu- 
ary 15, 1875. By order. 
jal3 2w CVBT/a W. CABMAMT, Oashier. 

Dividend Notice. 

SAN FRANCISCO SAVINGS UNION, NO. 53 
CALIFORNIA ST., CORNER WEBB. 

For the hall year ending with Decern - 

her 31st. 1S71 a dividend has been declared at tho 
rate of nine (9) per cent per annum on Term De- 
posits, and seven and one-half [7 V) per coat on Or- 
dinary Deposits, free of Federal tax, payable am 
and after January Bth; 1875. * 

Per order LOVELL WHITE, Oasbier. 

de23-lm 



Dividend Notice. 
ODD FELLOWS^ViNGS BANK. 

The Board or Directors of the O till Fel 

lows' Savings Bank have declared) a .[dividend o 
Nine and One-Tenth (9-10) per cent, on PERMA- 
NENT DEPOSITS, and of Seven and Threo-Tentha 
(7 3-10) per cent, per annum on SHORT DEPOSITS. 
for. the semi-annual term ending December 31rt, 
1874, payable on and af ter.the 20th instant. 

JAMBS BENSON. Secretary. 
January 10th. 1375. jal24w 



PACIFIC MAIL 

STEAMSHIP CO. 

For China and Japan. 



Leave Wharf corner First and 

Brannan Streets every alternate- SAT- 
URDAY, at Noon, for 

YOKOHAMA and HONG KONG 

Connecting at Yokohama with Company's Brano 
Line for Shanghae via Hiogo.and Nagasaki. 

For New York 

VIA PANAMA. 

Steamers leave at 12 si. every alternate WEDNES- 
DAY, connecting via Panama Railroad with oae at i 
the Company's Steamers from Aspinwall to Now 
York. 

foh. i»ja.:Kr ama 

Calling at all the Oalifornian, Mexican and Centra 
American Porta. Steamers, leave at 12 o'clock noo» n 
every alternate THURSDAY. 

SSf Through tickets sold to ■ and front LIVER 
POOL, QUEEN STOWN, SOUTHAMPT ON, BBat 
MEN. BREST, HAVRE, HAMBURG, 8TETTW 
COPENHAGEN and NORWAY. 

Each ship carries an OEperienoed Surgaen. Modt- 
oal attendance free. 

For Santa Barbara, San Pedro, Lot i 
Angelos, Anaheim & San Diego. 

Steamers leave at 9 o'cloc k A_ m . _ 

For SAN BUENAVENTURA and HTTENEMsT 
calling at intermediate points, Steamer aaHa at 4 
o'clock P. M. 

NO EXTRA CHARGE for Meals or StataroOBML 

For Dates of Bailing see Daily Papen. 

Apply for freight or paatageat the 

Pacific Mail Steamship Cos 

o:b*:e*xo£): 

Corner Letdrodosfl and gaenments 8M»i 

del-tl JENTHKG6 a OOX. Agent. 



S. F. and N. P. K. B. Co. 



. 






On and alter December, 18*4, Ihe &*■■*• 
ANTELOPE, Capt, WARNER, will leave 8a °****: 
cisco daily (Sundays excepted) from Front and Greaav 
street Wharf atUtOO o'clock. P. M., connecting •• 
Donahue'B Landing with the care for Petalunoay 
Santa Rona, Heoldsburg, Cloverdale; also w«a> 
with stages for Sonoma. UWah, Point Arena, Maa- 
doduo. Lakeport, Olear Lake, and for the popular 
Sprinsa of Mark West, Bartlett. Highlands SkaMj 
and the great natural wonder, the GEYSERS, a* 
turning, the cars, will leave Cloverdale at 6 A-»J 
connecting at Donahue Landing with the steamer, 
and arriving at San Francisco at 11:15. 

The shortest, quickest and beat route ' » ■? 
GREAT GEYSERS— W. O. VAN ABNAM * 
KENNEYS Staae Route. , M 

No freight can be reoeivedafter 1:30 oclock F.« 

For further information apply at Company's offloe 
426 MonHnaaer, rtreet, j^™ ^^ 

F. H. GBRDES, 

«t>10-tf General Passenger and Ticket Agent. 



SAN FRANCldCO BATHS 

AND 

Hairdressing Establishment. 

636 Washington atrect* 
below Kearny. PRICES RE-. 
DUOED: Baths, 25 cents. Shav- 
ing, 25 oente. Hair cutting, 25 ^flr, n *' t '"*J 

cents, Shampooing, 85 oenta. „*"™~~ „,_ 

Medicated Baths. e»3-tf JOHN GRIEF* 






GfcJO. A. CASE, 

3D m HI T X *B r V 4 
12 Montgomery Street, 

Opp. Wok House. 
DtrBtigtrr fai aD lt« branches, at reasonable rata I 







r ^< •vup-j r*!** •*» 




Li.uuli^ 1Mb. 



r RAW CISCO, MOM DAT. J AN U ART IS, IMlk 



VOL 



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Slats! Hats! Hats! $ 






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Haa. U> »-,A itekfiM MwloMi ■«. 



Hu> (or »otn*i n». ml f.» ckMrn; 

. *yto* W.dJartn.:. 

• an ! Bttana. *%n for; 

•.!«MW»*».-t. 
Mat* f«r kUxti, eat. far ■ ■ 
Hat* Ulal fra*. th. wt 1 M t ail.. ; 

Bate M <>nr. Twr. and Tnrr. dollar.: 



PAOIPIO 



LAV? REPORTER 



ISSUED EVERY TUESDAY. 



FOURTH YKAR OF PUBL1€AT10K. 



I for walkiar. ralmar. oMra>«: 
Rata 'I'll: ' m; 

Hat* -at. airr. daa' 

flat' I 'a^tr an 1 faanl 

Baa, for f.ata*w>bri«htaav]<>llr: 
Rata ("T fan* mrlan-hol y: 

Hata for fifnrra bmaH and hurtr; 
Mat* f"r atraiaht hair r»r for ctirlv; 
flala fur trarrliru. LaBlf 

ffata rain proof in rUmn. unfailing; 

•erf.al. for Fall, twelve abyla, togother; 
kind "f weather; 
i- .f aiHc, felt, rtraw and brarar; 
Hata that aim— -t wear forarar; 

Hata for ipa> and watering pl*-~: 
fiat, nf rtylro to wear at nw: 
Tlata with which a room to enU-r: 
Haas for acaaw of wild adventure. 

^jaVar«B to be Obtained at The 

GREAT IXL 

Aviotion House, 

« 16, 618 and 620 

KKkRNY ST., COB. COSHERCIAX. 



WILHON'H 



Palace Amphitheatre. 



BUCKLEY'S NEW VARIETY 

T^'aOa'a.TaFl JJJ. 

\ W enraar Kaaraor aan Ptn. atraoaa. 

>, a jim iiiKKiMi iiiurRrrrrimai 

n m ai aa<l aaara Mai 



Monday Evening, Jan. 18. 



Publishes all the California Supreme 
Court Reports. 



Only Lextvl Journal Published West 
of the MiHsissippi. 



IT DU BBTKITltD THE COaUHAI, BJIa»«>mgE»a'BJfT 

or the riorwiM as a. 



RELIABLE AND INDISPENSABLE AID TO 

THE PRACTICAL LAWYER. 



f. P. BOGARDUS, Pnblishei^ 




_ — „__^_^, — — .— — 

COMPLIMENTARY BENEFIT 

THNPrJtHn TO 

Signor Guiseppe Chiarini 



ROTH ITALAIaN CIRCUS COMPANY 



HIS NUMEROUS FRIENDS. 



T min nnB 

OUR CR'ND COMB'NATION! 

OttoawUlvi of a Troup* of Artiaxa Uaarroallad at 

MliiHtrelay, Catroe, lliirlpajqae 



latuEHSK success or 

BILLY WEST 

Tho Favorite Aiv-tmHavr. 

ftltltr *.*-> none a*i» nnr? n ..» r 
Th5~EVEKINO _^O^UA»TJ8 

Tho Porfonrtano- will Commence with a 

FIRST PART OF WIT. SUNG »«D FOI 

riniablni with the TARICTY WALK AROOltta, 
IN'TflEI.IjtTDaa. 



I WANT TO BE A DOCTOR. 

Mortimer K.lly And .....D.TOJ 

OTerture . •■■■••■•■•xliiXi 
SOU, J AND DANCE 

Itiillnil 

Banjo sal* 

S.Tlii-4'OBllr »»■*■ 

*nn«, 'I 

.omit- SOUK-. 



Positively last Performance 



CHIARIIVI'B 

Royal Italian Circus 



IN THIS CITV\ 



Jox Elbeet KTo^ Open 



...MalHr UiFnrrrwtft 



Dodging for a Wife. 



P. Mori, more 



. ..Mags'* Ttrow-r 
. ,0 NicAtirw-.. 

Harry Irrm»jr 

H KoWnKm 

.John Kelly 



Mr. Green,. 

MIm Green • 

s.i.ni ... .(A Borrani) 

' renrgo IxiTOJoy * ■ 

offl « r :-- 

*>.« and Dumb, 

Ewniaei " """f!" .'.'.'.'.■.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'. '.'.'.'.'.'.'.M amir .. ."""" 

5! r .. Mnlrloon llucli'-v Roblnaoa 

rural iirmn Mile. Klniictae 

itntcll aWrlaltles Harry Itrroy 

Ba^ad^;^-^- Molllejjjro treat 

BiJLLJONEb'COUBIaN 

,J. Kelly And.. 




To oonclude with the Ct*nsh*bl« Sketch, entitled 

Double-Bedeii Boom. 

Mrs. Frita Hmy Domw 

Mr. Mi eke j Fay 3. Bobinaoa 

Landlady Katie Xoe 

pbices or AnnissioN. 

Parqnette 2S oents I Boxes. |2 50 and $1 Of 



. WILiBXaT, 

DENTIST, 

HAS IFHOTDII HIS OFFICII 
•d Laboratory from No 8 Kearny St 
■a 1VJ3 atarkct Btreet, over Widbur'r. iiru,- 
delllm 



A Great 
Variety of 






In Great 
"Variety. 



At the IXL AUCTION HOV8E, Ifos. 616, 618 and 63* KEAKNV STREET. Corner Commercial. 



CA"' Ifca. 

All Kinds of the Finest Candy 1— 

at our Steam Candy Factory daily. All order*, es- 
pecially from the country, are solicited and wilt 1m 
promptly attended to. 

Canty A Wa*ner. 
aul5 ' 107 Montgomery Street, near Batter. 



THE ONLY GENUINE 

"Grand Duke Alexis Ties" 

I1W THE OITT. 

Tb* leatest and Most Comfortable 
fitting Shoe 

nXEA OFFEUrUElD 

....TO THE.... 

*"*?»x».ol»-oo I»ia."l>llo t 

WITH THE 



Patent Elastic Goring. 




CMJIUINB TTNI.XSS STAMPED WITH 
^'HBB WJNGGIUM V^ ONaEAOHJBHOB. 
IS 

-** «-*c-a.«» TJtxia ij a. hob. st, 
Citeapest and Best Selected Stock 

— OaT„ 

•wu'. LadiM'. Kitui' and Infanfi 

IBOOTS and SHOES 

■via ovrEBtD is bah ratsoiflco. 
atAVTaf iKD & JONES, 288 Kearny Street. 

•wODeaaaKIBS TO BEEB3 a aULYNASD.) 
If . Mr Oaf "Grand Dak* Al.il. TMa." 



8AN FRANCISCO 

CHINA NEWS! 

ISSUED ETBRY SATURDAY. 

The Only Medium 

THAT REACHES THF. 

CHINESE POPULATION ! 



Pacific States and Territories. 



Translations Made 






..FROM 



ENGLISH OR CHINESE 

At 8h0rt.lt Hotaya. by arpcylng at 

532 Merchant Street. 
B0GABDUS ts 60BD0W, PaMialieri. 



IlPOEmtfisrOMMADj 

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1€4E€ 



ORGAN OF AMUSEMENTS 

Programme of all Established 

Places of Amusement 

IN BAN MtANOISOO 

CIRCULATED EVERT DA> 

IK THa TUB 

QXNKRALLT THBODaHOBt THB CITY 



CD 



BOOTS AND SHOES. 
Grand Opening. 

Owing to the Increased Demand fcr 

hi* oelebrated perfoot-flttAng Boots and Sho-t, F. 
KELLY, the Prize Bootmaker, 335 Bush street, ham 
been compelled to open a Branch Store at No. 1M 
Kearny, where can be found the fine-t display la ttM 
City. 



NO. 



PRIZE BOOTMAKER, 

335 BUSH STREET. 

BRANCH HOUSE! 



124 



Kearny 

doie 



Street- 



FREE AND EASY 

cJHA-miNrca- 



4* 



O ON, 



sot Misaiom .TBta*. 

N.ar Sooond. 

Eyery Saturday Nafifh.t_ 

THOU. WILD, Cb.lrraaa, 
Data FaraAar Nolio.. 
All toe latart Song, nut Satorday Iflaka. 
EAGLES* WU*. 



REMOVAL NOTICE. 

Th. land M ortcaar Dmlaa iiad SaTlar 
Bank of Caliiomia. bar. reworwl from l£t POST 
BTREET to UnirHow Bifldinr. S»4 CAUFORMIA 
STREET, Corner of Webb. 

J. H. PISH, r.-caidoat 

Dirbotokb.— Aaa Harkar. O. Atata, A Ueraaa. 
John Morton, Jaba U. Johnaon, Tboa. R. fJayoa, 
J. n. Fab. 

co30-lm JOHN T. CARTER. Saawbar/. 



PINE EVERGREENS. 
Wreaths nEicl^trfcWtnera. 



Ags/tSisrsztssrii, 



PubUstoi Every Da In the Year, ry 
& m 3e». BOGAREtJS, 

R2 Merchant and 537 Washington Sts. 

Below Mon tgomery. S*n ftweta^ 

MONDAY." ."I. . .."■"..■"."."— JANTTARY IS 



Amuse ments, Etc. 

- California Tneall*. 

This eveiun,! Miss Olui. Morris. "Uie grant «o» 
taunnl Mali- will luako her first appearance In tMe 
• talc the Initial performance' being thaa ol "Ca" 
| the (ale o( .-v Coquette." Miss Morris Is en 
attraaof bnliew years .Undine, but her electrical 
p.,»<r to said to tc nometlnng startling. Matilda 
H«w> has ansr Jed Miss Morris the place of right- 
M mecessor in those part* In which. she-Miss 
•Heron-achieved such a success. The cast for to- 
4u«ht includes Barton Hnl as Armand Duval, Henry 
Xd«ard. as Mors Duval. Robert Pateman as Carton 
Kicux, Nelson Becker as Count de Varville. Mrs. 
.Indah as Madame Duicroay. Miss Lee as Website, 
•and Miss Chapmanas Naninc. In the first art Mr 
rataman will sins a new song entitled The Song to 
Canulk.- written for the occasion by Chas. Scbultz. 
lircrn Usum-. 

Th»ii«wh:lllo-nisht. In addition to the regular 
Xrnsnon minstrels, include, lie famous soug and 
dance men I 'infield and Booker, who will make their 
xtat step before a CsliiomlaO. audience,. Their act is 
different from anything else douo In the business- 
and is at once, grotosnue. burlesoue and clever. Lit 
Ue Mae will .open In hi. inimitable "Essence.'' and 
-iw the laughable act of , Tho Mischievous Monkey. 1 
Soierson will resume the eod position in the first 
jpart and sing "Have you seen Louisa," Cotton vd 
hirrup 'Willie has gone for a Soldier,'' Bussell 
"Davis and Harley. wiU contribute their ballads. 
JCmcraou wiU appear as the great Muldoon, and Rice. 
Arlington. Cotton. Linden. Kemble. Oberist and 
others will take part in "The Arrival of Lucca" and 
' The Watch Dog's Grip." . 
ChlarliU'a Itoyul .Italian Circus. 

A splendid bill has been prepared for this evening, 
for two reasons; first, that the season mightbe closed 
with eetai-for this is Its last night-and. secondly. 
j» do honor to Signor Chiorini. for whose benefit 
this evening's performance is intended. The pro- 
OTDiBie embraces all the best things that have been 
given during the season, juggling and balancing by 
the Japanese Troupe bareback acta by the Cubas, 
trick and horsna together, with the appearances of 
H. Wallace is a balancing act, and of Ned Austin 
and Billy Burke' lis clowus. 

Buckleys New Variety Theatre. 

The usual variety programme of minstrelsy and 
eomie acts, wit, song and fun. all sorve to keep 
this place of amusement crowded each night. The 
variety part of tho programme is always a chief fea- 
tcu-eherc 
Third CowmolMilStnn Bal Masuine. 

The preparations for the third of those, balls are 
almost completed and everything promises that this. 
Ore last will be the best. For the procession, over 
•no hundred people have been engaged to forma 
reliable nucleus around which the visitors may rally. 
All the advertised features will be carriea'outto the 
letter, in addition to which many new and taking 
attractions will be introduced Don't forget next 
aUtnrday. 

Woodward's Garden.. 

On Saturday and Sunday the Phoitte Troupe of 
elastic and disjointed dancers in their original delin- 
eations of the grotesque, and poetry of motion Leg- 
snanio, etc Mons. Joseph will also urehlscW-pound 
canon, with a man on it, on his shoulder. 

Kalea. 

It is not true that the miniature bill board at- 
aohod to the gold quartz chain, presented to stage- 
manager Kemble on Friday night, was intended to 
represent a tombstone. Nothing so eruee as that 

John Wilson's stud of horses, a trained buffalo 
and six more members of his company arrived last 
night. On Thursday the Arabian acrobats join tho 
tronm which will then be complete. Tho buffalo 
spoken of, is the only bull buffalo that has over 
; sjufltenbissba :^;, In i,l in acirensriiig.and is cik.II" 
vjte standing some five feet from hoof toahouldex. 
The saaaou opisus on-Mouday next. 
, 

Bunker's Clnh n<m»e gansaeea. 

A delicouB table delicacy. They are made of 
dairy-fed pork, are admirably seasoned, and are 
mo superior to the ordinary dry, tasteless sans 




OPERA HOUSE. 



EMEB SON'S MINSTRELS^ 



FIH.ST -A. r» I» 

OP THE WORLD-RENOWNED 



DEI ^3L XI jSa. jST 

SONG AND DANCE MEN, 



The Gomstock Lode. 

ITS DIRECTION AND EXTENT. 



PIG ABO ] 



ZT* 



of beef and perk mixed, as anything 



Bunker's Stall, 74 and 75 Calitornii. Markot, Cal 
iornia street entrance. Try thein. 0-b 



*Ji 



»o Not Suflcr from Corn*. 

The unfortunate sufferers from Corns, EunionB 
club and Injrowiiig Nails, cab. God instant relief 
by applying at Dr. R. H. Cowan's Institute, re- 
moved to ttt Kearny street, from 1 to t> p. u. We 
epeak from experience, liavinjjf tested the Doctor's 
capability. Reference given if required. n 



Bnrkhardt'a 540 Washington street. 

French calf boots made to order for ?S; bos toed 
gaiters made to order for $6; oxford tie shoos mads 
to order tor $8; boys' boots made to order for $?; 
and large assortment of boots and shoes, all «f 
Dorkhardt's own make, at equally low sales, at 640 
1-|MWaiJiiii||t hi win 1 1 I M 

BbMdaj Confectionery. 

A fine assortment of holiday candies and new 
styles of Christinas tree trimmingB, fancy; botes, 
bon-bons, cornucopias, sugar fruits and 
juacy articles just received at J. Vogeley & 
Brothers, late of the Mechanics' Fair of 1874, 26 
Second street, near Gram. Hotel * 



— .t jf * •cetume 



&r. Banorty. 

* _Has devoted his study more particularly to 



JR* 



(SPECIAL CORRESPO-NHENCK TO THE 

— -' fl ! J 

Virginia, Nevada, January 12, 1875. 
EniTOB Figaro.— Never since the origi- 
nal discovery of the Comstock lode, has 
there been so much excitement in relation 
thereto, as within the past six weeks. This 
has not been so much in consequence of the 
immense discoveries in the Consolidated 
Virginia, California and Ophir, as on ac- 
count of the more valuable hints thereby 
given as to the direction and extent of the 
lode itself. Of the nature of the lode, also, 
more is known than formerly. It is sup- 
rflpefe to be an immense fissure made when 
Mt. Davidson and kindred peaks were, by 
some vast throe of earth, cast Bp from the 
vasty deep; and the "lay of the land" sus- 
tains the theory. The surface edges of the 
ledges appear to be not only forced np as 
though the mountain had been shot up like 
a bullet into and through the formations, 
having a burred upper surface with the dips 
toward and under themountain,'.but. the dip 
on the lower levels is away from the moun 
tain; both phenomena sustaining the up 
heaval theory as does a'so the widening of 
the strata as the greater depths are reached. 
The different out-croppings were made by 
the ore formations being forced throughihe 
cracks and to the surface. Of course the 
forcing up of such a vast body as these 
mountains would cause an immense com- 
motion, and hence, parallel breaks would 
occur which would be filled. Hence the 
theory of parallel leads, which is gaining 
ground very rapidly among mining experts, 
is unquestionably the true theory. ' ~ 

In consequence of the operation of the new 
lawin relation to the maintaining and re- 
location of old claims, a new interest has 
beefc manifested in the locating and devel- 
opment of claims. By the aid of recently 
acquired knowledge, experts have looked 
at the locality with eyes more open to the 
realities around thenk- Tbe new theories 
have been applied to the situation and found 
to St it most admirably. It is a fact which 
has been more fully appreciated of late, 
that the true course of the Comstock lode, 
is nearly northeast and southwest. The 
lay of the big bonanza of the Consolidated 
Virginia, California and Ophir, proves this. 
All the principal ore-bodiea which have 
been discovered from first to laat, lie in this 
same general direction; yet, it is only of late 
that experts seem tohave realized the truth, 
andacted thereon. Theconsequencehaaheen 
that while some have contented themselves 
with endeavors to jump old claims, others, 
and by a large per cent., thegreaternnmber 
havebeenledto look for new locations. These 
(and your correspondent is one of their 
number) have been, engagaged in following 
the lay of the big bonanza and looking for 
its continuation. Such have been led from 
the north end developments to follow the 
oatcroppings and surface indications to- 
wards the south west, have rounded Mount 
Davidson, traversed American Flat and 
succeeded in tracing the lode past the 
Mound House Peak, which is about four 
miles south and west of Mount Davidson. 
Here we find indications second to none on 
the lode. The Mound House Peak is an 
upheaval coeval and nearly coequal with 
Mount Davidson, and in its vicinity are 



EVENING - JANUARY ]S 

PART KlRKr—Grand Vocal and IntUnmiciita. Concert. 

INTRODUCTORY OVERTURE EMERSOHTAUS 

BALLAD-SILVER THREADS AMONG THE GOLD J. M. DAVIS 

COMIC SOXU-WILLIJi HAS GONE FOR A SOLDIER BEN COTTON 

BALLAD-I1ARIJNG A1LEEN G. W. HARLBY 

COMIC SONG-HAVE YOU SEEN LOUISA BILLY EMERSON 

BALLAD-SHE'S WAITING FOR US THERE J. G. RUSSELL 

DescriptiYe Finale... THK OPKRA IN AJJ UPROAR 

BY THE ENTIRE COMPANY, 

PART !*EC0ND— Grand Ethiopian Carnival. 

O^.IST^'IEJIL.ID c«3 BOOK.ESR 

In Their Specia t'es 



tion of mines along the line as far as across 
American Flat. Second, native silver and 
gold is found in the same ratio, and of the 
same quality all along the line. This would 
pay working, were water plenty and noth- 
ing better to be found. Third, the nature 
of the out-croppings themselves, which are 
traceable from one to the other. No one who 
has seen them will question the fact that 
the surface indications are identical. 
Fourth, the developments at and around 
the Mound House Peak. The most exten- 
sive of these are at the North Carson mine, 
and are sufficient for our purposes. This 
mine is situated so far around the Peak as 
to get a surface slope to the South and 
East, bearing about the same relation to 
Mound House Peak as does the Belcher and 
Crown Point to Mt Davidson. The ore, 
which is found 10-1 feet from the surface 
where the first tunnel strikes the ledge, is 
precisely the same as that obtained on the 
same level at the North end. Again.present 
indications at the head of the new tunnel 
which will strike the ledge some 450 feet 
further down than the old one are very 
convincing, the workmen being in forma- 
tions of clay and slate precisely similar to 
those of the same level at the North End. 
A year hence, or two at most, will Bhow to 
the world that the wealth of the Comstock 
is not all in the locality where the lode was 
first discovered, but differed from one end 
to the other. 

For the purpose of making the foregoing 
more easily understood, I send a hastily 
made sketch of the locality which will be 
found of use, 

[Notb.— We have taken the pains to have a fac 
simile cut of the original sketch sent by our 
correspondent, who is an old miner, engraved, 
that the reader may more lully comprehend his 
theory. 1 



JEFF Afterwards Lucca BILLY RICE 

MR. ORUSTY Fond of Curiosities J. F. OEERI8T 

FRfSKY D. J. SHERWOOD 

JOHNSON Her Agent .'...J. E. KEMBLE 

MONS, CROUPE J. RICHARDS 

MISS FANNY CRUSTY E. LTNDBK 

VISITORS. ...MESSRS. HARLEY. SHERWOOD. DAVIS. JAY. Etc. 



MULDOON THB SOLID MAN. 

BILLY EMERSON 

THE WATCH DOG'S GEIP ! 

MR. MUTTONGrlFBBEE ! . J. E. KEMBLB 

SILAS WILLIAMS W. ARCH 1 CiTON 

GEORGE J. F. OBEEIST 

BENJAMIN BKOWN BEN COTON 

E3MERELDA E. LINDEN 

Serenoders, Villages, Etc., by the Company. 



SELECTIONS ORCBKSTKV 

The whole to conclude with the Laughable Act, entitled 



EETJBEN GEEEN After a. elice of the Big Bonanza BILLY BICE 

LANDLORD J. RICHARDS 

THE MISCHIEVOUS MONKEY... .His Great Character LITTLE MAO 

MAGUTRE'S NEW THEATRE, TO LET. APPLY AT BOX OFFICE OP THE OPEEA HOV8B. 



San (a Clans 

Is not a myth ii New "Year's candks of every 
kind, shape and color (both - home-made arid im- 
ported), ia any proof of the existence of the time- 
honored, deity, of presents for little ones. In fact, 
George Haas & Co., No. 20 tfearay street, has fac 
similes of Sauta Claus (in Cujdy) that are really 
good enough to eat. His holidav stock of home- 
made candies and bon-bon bdxee cannot be ex- 
celled anywhere, as avisit to his store will show, n 



PIPER'S GPE.A HOUSE. 

TIRUIXIA CITY, UEVAJDA, 

JOHN PIPER PEOPaimOB. 



Tills Eloennt Theatre can be Bcntcd l»y 

the night or week. Stars and traveling companies 
liberally troatad with on application to 

JO HA PIPES , 
Manager and Proprietor, 
Or to J. U. McCABE, 
ju23-tf 333 Bush street, Saa Francisco. 



METROPOLITAN THEATRE 

SACBAMBNTa, 

TO HLE335y"T, 

Br tbe Klffht, Week, or Honlk, front 

Nov. 1st. Pot terms apply at the Theatre, or by 
letter to W. K. MORROW, Proprietor, Sacramonto. 
N B-— I have no authorized Agent anywhere. 
mb2-l-tf 



Great Bargains In CIolLJas. 

The only store in the city that has^the largest, 
cheapest and finest assortment of Men's and Boys 
Oothing, is H. Peyser's Montgomery Avenue Coth- 
Ing Store, 719 Montgomery street, between Wash- 
ington and Jackson. Also, a large assortment of 
Hen's and Boys' Overcoats and Cloaks, and the 
finest stock of Gentt* Furnishing Goods, Trunks,- 
Valises, etc. 2-x 

The Antelope Oyster Ilou.sc. 

Our specialty, always the best oysters in market 
served up in the best style of cooking. Our 
Eastem transplanted oysters excel any other in 
markot Established in 1864. No. 612 Market 
near Montgomery. B 



OPERA HOUSE. 

8AN JOSE, CALA. 



Tills Beautiful and Newly Benovated 

Theatre ia to be let by the Nfeht, Week, or Month, 
at reasonable terms. 
ap24-tf G. BBOHASKA, Proprietor. 



ORO FIN O THEATRE, 

roKiLiMi, Oregon; 
....Afn>.... 

THEATKE R01AL, Victoria. 

Leasee and Manageress, 

MISS FANNY MORGAN PHEXJ* I 

Tbe auove Theatres are now oven for 

the Fall and Winter Season with a full I)raanH|i 
Company Stars having two or more weeks tau 
can apply as above, or to J. II. 3iet'.l_EE. 3W 

Bush street, Sau Francisco. &e4-tf| 



PAC&FIC HALL, 

CALIFORNIA THEATRE WlLDI^i 



enroAic and specific practic, and as such is now 

tike most Buocesalul of any Physician in San Fran- 

tisoa. Office, 610 Sacramento street, corner of 

l»eide«dorrT, a few doors below the What Cheer I indications which are fully* equal to any on 

House. 



Clara Antonia, M. D., de Paris, Business and 
Medical Clairvoyant and Independent Trance Me- 
dium, 134^ Post street, near Dupoot. Correct di 
agnosia and special attention to tbe treatment o 
diseases. Consultations in French, German and 
English. | fi-° 

If You 

Feel the need of phosphorus (nerve food), take a 
course of sea- water baths at the Sanitarium foot of 
Powell street, North Beach. Excluisve department 
and ladv attendaku, for ladies, Five tickets for £L, 

6-0. 
. m 

Fresh and Sweet. 

For the best confectionery, go to Canty and 
Wagner's, 107 Montgomery St ^«ar Sutter. K 

The Decker Grand Piano Is the King of all oth 
ers, without exception. Kohler, Chase &. Co. 
Agents, 633 Clay street. « o 



The Crv Itoom. 

This popular resort of tbe profession and all 
epicure* who can appreciate good liquors and a 
food lunch. Is directly opposite tbe California The- 
atre. It has Just been beautifully freecord and is 
mem a modi' of taste and elegance. Everybody 
roe* to the Green Room between the acts. x 



Kne "Watches. 

The beet goods at tbe lowest prices, at H, A. 

©oUender'e. comer of Second and Mission, A 
An* aaaortmeut at chains, Jewelry, etc Call u 



the north end of the lode. The (act is 
Mound House Peak and Mount Davidson 
were probably cast up by the same 
great throes of earth, and the great fissure 
which was then filled with mineral and 
which is now known as the Comstock 
lode, was by that upheaval made to extend 
from the region of one to the other, if not 
further. 

Now, what axe the proofs of this ? First, 
the developments along the line of upheaval 

■LM 



MOZART HALL, 

STOCKTON, CAL. 

To let by the Njglit or Weelt, for Dra- 
matic Performances, Concerts, Leotures, etc., at rea- 
sonable rates. Address J. A. Woodman, Proprietor 
and Lessee. Stocktoa. Por particulars enquire of 
W. L\ Lewis, C«ti Commercial street, San Fran- 
cisco. N. B. Music furnished on all occasions. 
ocl2-tf 



HAJi FBANCISC'O. 



Tub. Fine Hall can 1>c Bentcd for Bra 

matio PerformauceK, Operas, Concerts. Bala. Let 
tores, Benefits, etc., by the Night or Week, on res 
sonable terms. Pacific Hall baa just been eJegauth 
refitted, frescoed and supplir 4 with a New Stage aad 
Scenery, and will accuiniodate 1,500 persons m| 
every seat iu full vie. of the stage. - For tense tf>' 
ply at the Hall, to 

s22 3m Thos. M. Blair. ' 



CHEYENNE OPERA HOTJSBJ 
CK£Y[..fcr:, WYOMING TERRITORY. 

This Popular Theatre Has Been Beeeat 

ly Refitted and Decoratedr First-class DramaS 
Companies or Pvainatie Stars coming East will* 
treated liberally upori application either by telegraw 
or in person. Address all con imimi cati ons t o 
JAMES MoDANTEL, 
Propriewar, 
Look Box No. 1, Cheyenne, Wyo. Ter. J* 



I*, 



\TH*ulne Returned In One Day. 

And we never disappoint, at the What Cheer 
Laundry. No Chinamen employed. 

The Emerson Piano a the finest and cheapest 
Piano in the market to-day for general use. Koh- 
ler, Chase £ Co., G33 Clay street » 



Medical Wonder. 

The great cure for rheumatic and other pains, 
colds, sprains, eto. For sole everywhere. l 

Blankete and Flannels 

Well washed and not spoiled, at the What Cheer 



VARIETIES. 

Fun, Pleasure. Tariety and 
Beauty. 

NO BQU^Ij. 
In tliis Pleasant Resort 

ONE CAN 

Pass an Evening 

5IGST DELIGHTFULLY. 

Here tlie Kindest Attention Is Tendered 
to Both Strangers and Sesldcnts. 

The Proprietor havijog catered to the wants of the 

FUN-LOVING PUBLIC! 
Both Here and in Virginia City 

HAS ATTAINED A 
Povularlty Cneaalled ON Till* coast ! 

THE PRETTIEiFOF TALENT! 

....AND..,. 

THB FINEST OF EVERYTHING 

MRS. ». C. SCOTT, PROPRIETOR 

....COBNEB.... 

Sacramento wi Kearny Sts. 



McDAN.EL'S THEATRE 

GHlHNNfY WYOMING TEftftfTORY. 

©pen (lie Year Round With aFlrst.£l« I 

Variety Company, Variety Arists coming Ea* 1- 
at all trri.i-tfi secure First-Olaes engagement*. *» 
be artiste of acknowledged ability and haTe «« J 
wardrobe. No others need apply. Address 

JAMES McDANIEL, 
Lock Box No 1, Cheyenne, Wyo. Ter. Jel 



Both Male and Female Taler 

Will do well by communicating with m, 

ON THEIR WAY EAST 0E WES 

AS WE WANT GOOD ARTISTS, 
To Wnom Cood Salaries TOU lie l*» 

Address H. B. KONDBO * CO., 

Theatre Coi&iqttb 
oc 27 Evanston. W. 



THOS. W. BR.EE & CO. 

Brass Founders and Finishei 

BEER FAUCETS a Specialty. 
MAJiUFACTUKEltS 

ASTE REPAIRERS OF 

DRUMS, BANJOS, ANC 
Cold and Silver Meter 

SPOOKS and FORKS made aa Good tm N«i 
lessons given on the Ban.|o and Bn 

542 Miaeion street, between First and feoono. 

N. B.— Fine-toned SDver Solo Banjoa lor Fr 
gionala always on baud. J*" 



M 



, Rose. 
ROSS 



Wm. ARL1KU3< 
ARLINGTON, 



Exchange Boarding and Sale 

Stable, 152 Tehama, off Third Street. 
Careof Boarding and Sale Horses a 
Specialty. Sale Horse* alvmya on 
band. Breaking and Handling Colts, 
etc . with care. 

N B Clipping ol Horaea done with 
cme and dispatch with the English 
ErothtM* Patent Machinea, which are_endorr- 
everybody. Price, SIX DOLLARS-™ 



Aft 



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IX o AELAXD 



fISAffi 



SULLIVAN 



There and Ever;, -where." 



UX rRAWCWCO, TUESDAY. JANUARY IP. .xT 



* MCORHEUD, 



VOL. XXI. 



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HAVE YOUR PICTURES ! 



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PACIFIC 






NEW YORK GALLERY 

Wo. 25 Third St., 

Cabinet Pirturm Only M Per Down I 

PALACE OF FASHION, 

A. MORRIS, 

Merchant Tailor, 

OUMl fca Wf|lWil U» h*S 

CUSTOM-MADE GOODS! 

*>*jb*tj stadia* (Mr own Lntorwt by tilling and 
■ah.ean*T, lhair Goods bafor* fu4og < Un * t*rc 



My Prices Defy Competition. 

UU A*D (t»»l>( K ) Ol R-«I I » F <. 

Basins Nails $30 

6 X Bearer Drew Suits 55 

Melton Overcoats 16 

Caasimere Pants 7 

Back Bearer Pants 10 

Silk TelTet Tests. 9 



V 



Mr Him. Jojc 



or Till UMA1 .*«. 

MISS CLARA MORRIS! 



THIS EVENING 



JANUARY 19 



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Til. rTHTIIt I I* IT*«,lcJ I>t«A' 



No. 17 Secon dStr e et ? 



•nxllt Grand Hotel. 



ClaULLI M18S CLARA MORRIS 

" W»l BAXTOH mil. 

. iii.:n. 
OAHTt'N Rltl - rlOHKRT I-ATEMAN 

I1K VABVILLB.. KELSON DBOKLR 

'• l 1AVI , h MKSTAYIU 

SI fRIUf WOODS 

4K rKUT)«»0B WJVERNAY MKS . JUUAII 

1 MI.SU JENNIE USE 

mm BELLE CHAPMAN 

OI.YMI-K jusg eARItrE WYATT 

1. Aol Flm wlU bt Introduced a NEW BONO, e.>ui|«.»ol and amiUKul ejcpresslj lor tho occasion b\ CIIAS. SCHl 'L'l'Z, 

Vttftled 

"THE SONG TO OA:hdCX:iL.T_.EJ." 

MSI! BY MR. Itliitl.IlT IMTIHAN. 

ACTS 1st and 2d SPRING ! A ROOM IN PARIS. 

ACT 3d SUMMER ! THE HOME IN THE COUNTRY. 

ACT 4th AUTUMN ! GRANS SALOON and BALL ROOM ! 

ACT Stb - WINTER ! CAMILLE'S DRESSING ROOM. 

"AH Nature Hopes for Spring.' 

SATURDAY, JANUARY 23(1. 
IN PREPARATION- 

*A m SL w 9Bm M 2EOlEmmW8i ^Bs5r» 



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IS8UED EVERY TUESDAY. 



FOURTH YEAR OF PUBLICATION. 



Publishes all the California Supreme 
Gourt Reports. 



Only Legal Jonrnal Published West 
of the Mississippi. 



IT II is RECEIVED TUP, CORDIAL ENDORSEMENT 
OF TUE PROFESSION AS A 



RELIABLE AND INDISPENSABLE AID TO 
THE PRACTICAL LAWYER. 



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HEALD'S { Business 

24 Post St. , San Francisco 



The Larcrat and Be*l RnilnrsH College 
em ttM Coast. It* graduaUa ore qualified for hmrf- 
nasa, and ana Mad to Oil .ueratirc sftuotiona at onoe. 
t"o»n* men should examine this school before at- 
■ aading dacwheiu. For information cull at tho 
•**•*. No. 24 Post »ruW. or address E. P. Hcatd. 
Aw Frandjoo. ocl8-tf 



"THE VILLA," 
GOLDEN GATE PARK, 

Tn*Ball<Uni having Jnet been oompletsd, li 
5? w .!*!?* B . 0p8n to ' 6 * PODlio. Tba boose io Bla- 
tantly forntsbad. ana has 

Four Public jPar-lor**, 

— AJTD— 

Ten Private Dining Rooms, 

Tba wholabslnaj hnill.oat lilts a pohlfo hotel 
bat an it u named 

An Elegant Villa. 

*^afa»VIU»" t. looat«d at th* laat or aorth-weat 
am fiM or tea Park. 

CUIOO MANCENBERC. 

PKOPRIKTOB. 11,-10 




PROG RAM ME8, 
And all kinds of Printing far 

8 hows, Lectures, 

Concerts, Theatres, 

Excursions, Ac. 

AT LOW BATHS, BT 

B. r. STERETT, 

032 CLAY STREET. 



Attention, Good Livers) 

P. B. BERQES & CO., 
MINERS' RESTAURANT, 

Mr. Herges, ftoraterlr pro- 
■Jsf r*T M U» atiuara- B^aoW baa 
taken tha manacenient of both tho 
~f B«lteur*at On CJo*anWcl*l 
aid the Miners' Branch on Mu. 
„a»t. Onr Bill* or Far© embrace ail the dell 
■■ ■! of the season: Onr Motto . a "Good Faro 
, «**-d Cookin* and Moderate Ctwcoa.- ^^ ' 

0»en from o a. M. W 10 p. m. saM-tf 

•M AJBd SS3 <«ammerclul and 78S Market 

•pern Crosm a a. u, to 10 p. m. 



THE CUFF HOUSE! 

ROARING OCEAN.' SURGING BREAKERS 
FOAMING SURF, MONSTER SEA LIONS 

Appetizing Breakfasts, Lunches, 
Dinners and Suppers. 

BRING YOUR Wlfni 

DKIXO YOUU PAMIXYl 
BRING YOUR LADY FRIEND? 

And anjoT a Ti«»w of tbe Sneet OOEA.N PiUCl- 

KAMA IN rBE WORLD, alliasigbt of. 

tbe wrld-ienowned 

Groldeu Gate. 

Wlt> a fleet of wblte- winded meBsenKers ont#rlni 
fron every part of the osmnarclal norld. 

•tj-Now Line Basses, oonneotine with Bw«et 
Oars at Looe Moooiain arerr 16 rainntos boreafUr 
for the ulifl Lionse JiMt 



LA.IVGraL,IiiTrr , «» 

SAN FRANCISCO DIRECTORY, 

1875. 

Established, 1857. 

Ttt« Prlntlns of the Above Reliable 

work has been commenced, audits completion will 
be socared as early as tbe character of the work will 
permit. In tho meantime, the undersigned will es- 
teem It a favor to be notified of any change of 
firms, removalii, new arrivals in the city, or any 
other alterations or omissions that may have taken 
place since the information for tho work was col- 
lected by the canvassers, 

HENRY O. LANGLEY, Proprietor. 

612 Clay street, near Montgomery, Up Stairs. 

jal2 



OAKLAND DISTRIBUTING AGENCY 

TAYLOR 3c CO., 

Bill and Card Distributors 

FOR OAKLAND mill VI, lully. 

Will faithlullj mrte diitrlbuUooa 

Circulars. Dodgers, Cards, 

And epery dtMCriptloa of 

Prlnteti Matter 

At mart rUaQa»al>]« mtc. 
TAYLOR <Sc CO. DISTRIBU1I 

" FIQATtO " 

la Oakland ov&y day, and are to be relied upon' 

If Orrle m Rcwl Ttd »t till. O gee. 
THE HOUSEHOLD FURNISHING CO 

3t8 PINE STBEBT. 8AN FRANOISCO. 

Tlnnrd, FUitil.lird. Ja|>iuine«I, Wooden 

and KaltAn Wan, Braea. Coppur. t1re-tiilt and 
Plated Uooda, 

Ornamental and Artistic Household 
Article*. Iffift-aB 



LEAVY BRO. & GO'S. 

Own Brand of Imparted 

Consolidated Virginia 
CIGARS ? 

RESNA VICTORIAS. 

WHOLESALE DEPARTMENT. 

SOD Montgomery St. 

RETAIL, 



I'ov. of Btudi and Kearny, Laurel 1'aluee. 

ja'J^'ju 



To the Unfortunate. 

Dr. Gibbon's Dispensary, 

No. 633 Kearny SI rect. Corner of 

Commercial, K;ui Francisco. Entrance on 
Commercial. Established in ISM. for the 
treatment tiud cute of all diseases of theuri- 
nary and generative organs, and all physi- 
cal conditions or Weakness consequent 
upon the errors or ignorance of the sexes. Sftin dis- 
ease (of years' standing) and rheumatism, success- 
fully treated. The sick and the alllicted should not 
fall to call upon him. The Doctor has traveled ex- 
tensively in Europe, anil inspected thoroughly the 
various hospitals there, obtaining a great deal of 
valuable Information, which he is competent to 
impart to those in r.cod «f his services. Dr. Gibbon 
will make no cbaree unless lie effects a cure. 
Address DK, J. F. GIBBON, Box 1957, San 



HENRY HO£i«CH, 

HAS JUST OPENED A 

NEWS ELEGANT RESTAURANT 



No. 417 Flxxe JStxreot 

Between Montgomery and Kearny Streets. 

The Above Popular Restaurateur has 

lifted up his New Restaurant in the most elegant 
style. 

Always on Band the Choicest Viands 
the Market Affords. 

PRIVATE ROOMS FOll FAMILIES. 

HENRY HOtSIH, 

jal3-lm 417 Pine street, opposite the Market 



OVERLAND HOUSE, 

Sacramento St.. Near Montgomery. 

The Bed and Cheapest FURNISHED 

ROOMS in San Francisco. With or without board. 
J. E SLINKEY. Proprietor. 
N. B Also Proprietor of "BON TON" Saloon, 
California Theatre. Bu*h street. deft) 



MONEY TO LOAN I 

UPON STOCKS, BOSKS, SEAL ESTATE, 

LIKE INSURANCE POLICIES. AND ALL 
OTBEK GOOD COLLATERALS, BY 

JOHN T. LITTLE, 



Pianos! Pianos! 

....WITH.... 

"Barbarism and Civilization." 



Now it is true that music does refine. 

It is the red rose on the human vine. 

But turn the idle air to murmurs sweet, 

Mark the effect upon the crowded street. 

Cares are forgot, the step elastic grows. 

The fretted current BofUr, smoother Ait* 

And man his rleroeness or hia guilt eschews, 

The hypochondriac forgets his blues. 

Windows jump open; Biddy shades her eyes. 

The very Chinaman shows some surprise. 

The little boy, 'tia needless to explain, 

Kqhm for the music with his might and main. 

If thus for good the enchantress wields her power 

All California homes should have this flower. 

And the Opportunity Is Now Open. 

Families of limited means Invited to examine the 
Large Stock of PIANOS just arrived at 

105 STOCKTON STREET, 

Every Celebrated Maker Represented ! 

In New and Used Instruments, and at Prices 
Within the reach of all. 

Lovers of Art Conic ami «ec 

"Barbarism and Civilization," 

Chose expressive And elegant ideas in tbe form 
of beautiful fotuale (ac«a. 

itS" CHOICE OHROMOli AND PAINTINGS a 
specialty. 
All welcome -buying or not. Howard Building. 
ja9-lw W. TOWNSEND. 



STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING. 

HOME MUTUAL INSURANCE COMPANY. 
The Annual Meeting of the Hteekhold- 

iirs of the Home Mutual Insurance Company will be 
held af. the Company's office, 406 California ttreet, 
in this city, on MONDAY, January 18, 1876, for the 
i i in tf Directors for the ensuing year. Poll* 
will be open from 1 o'elock until 4 pm. 

CHAS. R. STORY, Secretary. 



S. C3rEHNTJ±!»3E3» 

ILate Stage Manager of Manure's New The- 
atre, formerly Business Manager and Agent 
of Strakosch-Niisson Concert, Maref/-k 
Italian Opera. Grau's Opera Bouffe, 
Wyndhain Comedy Comp'y, Jane 
Coombes' Comedy Company, 
etc. etc.] 

BcgN to inform the Profession and Pub 

lie that be is prepared to organize, manage and or 
range on moderate terms 

Concerts, Benefits, Theatricals, 

Amateur Performances, • 

Tableaux, etc. 

And Eulert-aLninouts of all kinds. PUBLIC AND 
PRIVATE, to fiu-niflh, if reuuired, 

Profcwdonnl Aid, Costumes, Prop- rties 

Accessories. 

To give attention to proper and suitabk i ulierty 
advertiuiiig, etc. 

Parties imdertiddng any kind of Amuseo.- it, Iln- 
tertoiiimeute, will save money and secure vllicfenqf 
l>y entrustiBg their business to 

J9. Orjr37\rjBiarX;. 

Address: Masni re's New Thehlr*. 

ffiTArtistK will oblige by forwardiug uam< 
aJtiey and addi'eeeeB. » ! 

ROCKAWAY OYSTER HOUSE* 

1004 Market Street, Rear Junction of 
Market and IV u 

4%oicc-t Oysters, Chop-. j;s:i! ^ 
Stee>ks aorved to order at a!i houi 9, (' 
BTJPPERfi (or Portiee and Families N^ 
promi»tJy'supplie<l. The patroun^e of 
mar irk«*«lr and Uie public is r<sriectr- 
fully solicited. HENRV LArTOE, 

ED. KREHUKE 

oc30-tf Proprivl 



W 



The Celebrated Pan Roast 

Either California or Eastern Qj 
Oooketl to Order at 

SOLOMON TESMORE'S 

Stalls, 57, 58 and 59 California Market. 
(Entrance on Pine street,) 
Families and Restauranta supplied at she 
del7-lm 



J. O. COMBES, 
TERRAPIN XAJJSGSrI. t 

Terrapin Constantly en Hand 

Oysters in every style. PRIVATE* 1 
SUPPER ROOM8 FOR PARTIES. 

deo3J-tf 



MORACHAN* LYNCH. 

DEALERS HV 

Oysters, Clams and all hinds 

of BbeU Pish, Stall 0* California Mar- 
ket. Son Pranciaeo. Open Day and 
Night PoiniliMv. Public and Privoto 
Fartiea, Hotel*, Shippuig and Reatau- 

1-4111*. flUppUod. 



•acSl-4. 



GEORGE MATES, 
Dealer in Oysters, Chuns, and i 

all kind* of fl"T-TJ- PISH, Utaih No*. *, 
«, 4 I T a'i, Calif ornia Market, entrance 
on California street 

FwfeBs w priiaie portie* and families «npi'"* 
from 6 a m, to 12 r M. , Ladie* :/ 



m 



^V-CS-jflh-KO 



AN OF AMT7SSMH3;TS. 



T I>»J in the Ymr, bj 

AX 

32 Jlercnant and 537 Washington Sts* 

Eelow Montgomery, San Pr»nd«oo. 



Minnie Ktfglc-Denth of the Lilliputian I Mark Twain. 

Quuii. When J ww a boy there wa«but on« per- 

at Barn urn's Hip; anent ambition pmouj-'iny comrade* in 

during the run of the ^'Cktngresa of Na- j our village On the west bank of the Miwfea- 
tionV' failed to notice and admire the beau- | ppi river. ,; ■ -it man. 

tiful. emiliub' little four year-old. who oc- j We had trMi r nortB, 

cupied the post of honor in front of the but they ' 
lilliputian chariot. This was Minnie Hogle, ) circuscanw mrning 



TUESDAY JANUARY 13 



Making II Warm for Him. 

The Burlington Hawkcye man says the 
other night a man who lives out on Colum- 
bia street was kept down town on business 
until a very late hour and his wife, know- 
ing how cold he would be when he gothome, 
put an iron on the stove, and when she 
heard him open the gate she jumped up, 
hurriedly wrapping the iron in a piece of 
flannel chucked it in bed for him to warm 
his feet by. The man was cold and taciturn 
and cross. He crawled into bed with a 
growl, shuddered with cold as he stretched 
himself out. Then he gave a yell that lifted 
the roof off the house, and jammed his 
head through the headboard, and screamed 
fire, and waltzed out on the floor and 
around the room in the dark, straddling 
rocking chairs and breaking his shins on 
bureau corners, and knocking down the 
brackets with his shoulders, and upsetting 
one or two things, and filling the darkness 
with weird, fantastic profanity. They 
lighted a candle and discovered a beautiful 
photograph of a flatiron on the bottom of 
that man's foot, and it was found that the 
flannel had somehow got off the foot- 
warmer. 



Tbe Wrons Card. 

Moses Chamberlain, of New York, is a 
very facetious man. He likes his little 
joke and seeks novel means by which to 
play it. He thought it would be a good 
joke to write abusive and indecently face- 
tious messages to a man from whom he 
wished to extort money on a postal card. 
He indulged in this kind of humor for 
some time. He chuckled to himself as he 
dropped them into the post, imagined how 
the postoffice clerks and carriers would 
laugh, and pictured the way the man's hired 
girl would snicker over them as she took 
them from the hand of the canier and read 
them on the way to the sitting-room. But 
it didn't appear so much in the light of a 
joke to the party persecuted, Moses was 
arrested and convicted under the act punish- 
ing such offenses, and he finds himself lia- 
ble to ten years imprisonment and $5,000 
fine, for each card sent, making an aggre- 
gate of 140 years confinement and $70,000 
in fines, which is not so funny. He will 
probably get off somewhat easier than that, 
though. 

Tkere's a Man In the House. 

The pride of mankind is great. A few 
nights ago a family in New York were 
awakened by unusual noises in the house, 
?nd, on turning, saw the eldest hope- 
rushing about in bis suspenders, 
Jv "ndishing a uew Wesson, and shouting, 
* aere's a man in the house !" A long 
& -ch failed to show any foundation for 
ling man's warlike demonstration, 
v a he mildly informed the breathless and 
ted tribe that it was his birth-day. 
twenty-one. 

fcj.vn:?. 

isements, Excursions, Lectures, and 

to directed to the splendid Printing 

onto! B. F, Storett, 632 Clay Street, 

id Francisco Market. The largest Posl- 

"n or Fancy Colors, are turned out in 

■ Bt possible space of time. Also, Beau 

t fill Programmes, Tickets, etc, ete., printed to 

cost fastidious. Mr. Sterett keeps con- 

1 i.i hand a tine line of bright colored pa- 

I*rsof every shade, and the prices charged for 

th'jse are very little in advance o! plain white 

p-per. Streamers of various sizes, from 18 to 42 

bock, of all colors of paper and 

.ok. Theatre Manners are especially invited to 

c<ilt for estimates. This well-known Printing House 

vis established by the present proprietor in 1S50 

tul operation ever sines 

_ 3-cj 

now t« »re*a Well. 

OvertwoHhirdB of the beat dressed gentlemen 
i a th'j} nity (those who dress in style we mean) 
a mid say, if asked the question where they had 
l-.ss made, that they went to John Bull's, 
Na 109 Third street, and would also advise yom 
and your friends to go there if you want a perfect- 
OttiDSauit made in the l»t«*t style, from cither 
ituportodor domcsUc goods, at the loM-est price 
compatible with a good garmonu a. 



The Old Mint Restaurant. 

At this old established house, 605 Commercial 
street, aboTe Montgomery, always noted among 
thobon vivants for its good things, can be procured 
t he finest and best cooked Qystc re, Steaks and Chops 
in town. Terrapins ana the choicest brands of 
Wines and Liquors a specialty. Charges moderate 
O. M. Hepburn, the new proprietor, invites the 
p jblic to give the "Old Mint" a trial. 6-t 



nhotosraphtr. 

Edouart & Oobh 504 Kearney street, produce 
r\-wiel paintings which are superior to either Oil 
*r Water Colors. Enlargements in ail styles, gen- 
eral photo-grit work guaranteed. 9-bh 



The Mason & Hamlin Organs are acknowledged 
to be the meet powerful, at the same time giving 
orth the sweetest tone of any other. Kohler, 
Chase* Co., 638 Clay street. v 

Wuat Che^r Laundry. 

121 LeidesJorff street, near Sacrament-* 



the pot of the company, ami daughter of 
Vv. E. Hogle, a prominent attache. Minnie 
died suddenly two days ago, audi 
dates mourn her as their own. Fora jhild, 
Minnie had quite a record. 

She is the youngest person, so far as is 
known, that ever made a balloon a 
in this or any other country. In October 
last, when the Hippodrome was in < Smcirr- 
nati, Professor Donaldson and Press Agent 
Thomas, with five lady passengers, made 
an ascension in a violent rain storm. Just 
before leaving the earth, Minnie expressed 
a deaire to go, and her father consenting, 
she was passed up to the Professor, who 
was standing upon the concentrating ring 
twelve feet above the basket. As the great 
air ship moved off the child in the Pro- 
fessor's arms kissed her hand to the cheer- 
ing crowd, and merrily shouted "good 
bye" with the rest. Immediately the rain 
came down in torrents, but seemed only 
to increase her happiness, and her ringing 
laugh was heard long after all other voices, 
had faded away in the distance. 

At an immense elevation Professor Don- 
aldson was seen to lie down, take Minnie 
by the wrists and pass her down over the 
edge of the ring to Mr. Thomas below, 
who could just reach her feet by standing 
upon the edge of the basket. In this man- 
ner the brave little child was taken into 
the basket with the ladies, who, in some 
measure, could proteci her from the storm. 
With the pelting rain, the rapidly drifting 
clouds and the dark, musky sky for a back- 
ground, the incident doubtless did look 
dangerous to the 50.000 spectators below, 
many of whom were disposed to censure 
the Professor until he explained afterward 
that it was perfectly safe, however hazard- 
ous it may have appeared in a distance. 
Little Minnie was the heroine of the day, 
and the lavish "notices" were carefully laid 
over for her to read in the future when she 
should have grown old enough to under- 
stand them. — 2V. Y. Ma U. 



to become clow 1 • minstrel 

show that came to our section leFl 
suffering to try 
then we had a hope 

were good, God would permit us to be 
pirates. These ambiti 
n it.i turn ; but the ambition to' I.-? a steam- 
boatman remained. 



Very Solemn. 

"I tell you what," said a Holden widower 
the old night, as be finished washing the 
dishes, "its a mighty solemn thing to think 
that Maria Jane is down in thecoldground, 
instead of being around to churn, and saw 
wood and sich." 



Phonetic. ' 

An Indiana farmer needing a'package of 
screws, writes to his merchant in town ; 
"Deer Sur — pleze cend by the Barer 1 
(Won) paxig of Skroughs, mejoum size, all 
Sow a Scheep Skrough dryver, an obleege," 
etc 



.Mean nnd Crnel. 

An Iowa newspaper tells a story of a 
man in the town where it is published who 
stood upon the cover of a cistern to peep 
through a window into a room where he 
suspected some courting was going on, and 
who got a ducking by the cover of the cis- 
tern giving way, which resulted in a slight 
attack of the typhoid fever. In the same 
number of this paper the editor says: "We 
had quite severe symptoms of typhoid fever 
last week, but we worried ourselves out all 
right, though we frequently felt like throw- 
ing up the sponge," and a rival newspaper 
had the meanness to print both paragraphs 
in such close proximity as to suggest most 
int suspicions. 

Deliberntlnc Over II. 

Yesterday, while some negro steamboat 
men were being paid off, the clerk inquired 
of each one as he came up to sign the pay 
roll : "Will you write your name or make 
an X ?" Tbe first one said he could write 
his name, and the pen was handed him. 
He looked at the pen, scrutinized the pay 
roll, and hesitated so long that the clerk 
poked him up. "Let's see," nmsed the 
darkey, as he looked up at the clock ; "it's 
now ten o'clock, and I've got tofl meet a 
feller at the City Hall at noon, I guess I 
won't write my name, but I'll put down an 
X."— Detroit Fret Press. 



The Calistoga Free Press says : "They 
killed a rattle snake at Pine Plat, last week, 
with eighteen rattles on." Just eighteen ! 
Sweet eighteen ! And to die in Winter, too. 
How sad. 



Significant. 

It is a curious and significant fact that 
to-day old Babylon and Nineveh are lighted 
wjtli American petroleum; 

A Siew Beading. 

A young lady makes Shakspeare say, "An 
eye like ma's, to threaten and command." 

* . . . . 

The Green Boom. 

This popular resort of the profession and all 
epicures who can appreciate good liquors and a 
good lunch, is directly opposite the California The- 
atre. It has just been beautifully frescord aad is 
now a modle of taste and elegance. Everybody 
t?oes to the Green Boom* between the acts. x 



The Winter Styles. 

All the latest Winter styles of hat have been re- 
ceived and are now on view at "The" Hat Store, 
647 Washington street. The variety is very largo, 
and the prices charged at this well-known - estab- 
lishment are very reasonable. r. 



HHot Bad. 

King Kalakaua after seeing Mark Twain's 
"Gilded Age" in New York, sat down to a 
lunch of crackers and cheese. He ate the 
crackers but pushed a\ray the cheese, re- 
marking, "there's millions in it !" 



The Tonne Man from the East. 

" I m a stranger in this city, 
I'm lately from the East, 
And mighty fond of oysters; 
Where can I get a feast? 
I've been to all the restaurants, 
But nowhere could I find, 
A plate of Eastern oysters. 
Of the old fashioned kind* 

"Well, I can tell you," Baid his friend, 

"Exactly where to go, 

And where to get your oysters, 

Dh*t;t from where they grow. 

Just take a stroll down TINE STREET, 

At 419. opposite the Market, 

You'll see a sign, 'THE SADDLE ROCK, 

Tou can't fail to remark it. 

"Emerson Corvillc keeps the plaee, 

The best saloon in town, 

There you can g«t your oysters raw, 

Or fried aocriapand brown. 

Hu's the largest oyster dealer 

On the Pacific Coast, 

And that he keeps the freshest 

Has ever been his boast. 

"He's got nice little private rooms, 
Where you can sit at ease. 
And eat your California slew, 
Or Eastern if you please. 
All the young men of iashion go 
Ri-,dvt to the SADDLE ROCK. 
To eat their EASTERN OYSTER3 
And drink their Rhenish hock." 



Peace is Declared in all families who buy their 
furniture and bedding of J. A. Shaber&Co., 707 
Market street, near Third, because they get bette 
roods for the same price than any other dealers. 



NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. 

TAHOB 

BILLIARD HALL 

417 Kearny Street, 

WILL OI-EX IN MAGNIFICENT STYLE 

....OX... 

TUESDAY NEXT 

Mj Friends will Please BecoDimend 
HI' IS38 VUUSKT. 

NEW TA3U2S, NEW CARPETS. ETC. 

CHARLES L. STONE. 

San FroDcwco. January IS. 1875. jal6-4t 



NORTH PACIFIC C01ST RAILROAD. 

BETWEEN 

SAX FBANCISCO AND 



TOM ALES. 



On and after !tl*».iar, *■»"•* rsrass^-i 

January 11, 1875, Passengers UH {nSjUBS^UQ 

SAN FRANCISCO Daily at 2:30 P. M.. by Sau- 
celito ferry boat, from Davis street Wharf, connec- 
ting with train for Tomales;and 

TOMALES Daily at 8 a, m., connecting with 
Sauccllto ferry boat at Sancelito. 



BUN DAT. 

Excursion Trains will ran as far as Olema. Pas- 
sengers will leave by Saucelito ferry boat from Davis 
street Wharf, at 8 A_ M., and arrive on return to 
this city at same wharf at 4.35 p. m., giving from two 
to six hours time at various pointe on the road. 
Par©, for the Round Trip, £2 to all Stations west 
of Fairfax, and $1 to Fairfax and all Stations east. 

FREIGHT. 

Through Freight Trains, with a Passenger Car at- 
tached, will leave Saucelito at 6 -JO a. m., oa Tues- 
flays, Thursdays and Saturdays, and will leave To- 
mmies on the same days at 1 p. m. 
yall-lm G. F. HARTWELL. SupertntendenU 



Pianos to rent from ft to $10 per month, by 
Kohler, Chase & Co.. No. 633 Clay street. * 



The original "Swain's Bakery" is now established 
n their magnificent new place at 213 Sutter street 
near Centre Market, and has added a lunch room 
and ice cream saloon. This is their only place of 
Elfiimii 

Charlotte Cnshman 

Will not appear this season, but the disappoint- 
ment is more than repaid by the beautiful display 
of Christmis Goods at Mayers' Bazaar, corner 
Montgomery and Pino streets. fc 



THAT 18 SOT 

BeautlfiU and SnbDtantlnl Seta 

of Artificial TEETH only SH», and war- _. , , 
ranted equal to any work in Now York or San Erau. 
ciaoo. Beautiful Gold and Platina Fillings for SI 
and upirarda, and warrant*.'! for lite. Twenty years 
experience m J.ew York Oity. OBoe. 24 Ponjstreet, 
between Montgomery and Kearny 
i>13 BK. H/THEK, Deutiat. 



DR. FERDENANOERZ, 

fto Celebrated for his Sucre** in the 

treatment of.all diaeoees of men and women has 
his office at 

£15 Kearny Street, bet. Bush & Sutter. 

Hours 10 a. m. to 1 r. n. and 3 r. « to 6 f m_ 

d«18-tf 



CLAY-STREfil 
RID.NG ACADEMY, 

SSU Cloy Street, eor- 
■toekton. 

Tbisiatafl most eloptm 
&ud oomtoadioas Hidire 
Academy in b» cit7t opol 
Jay and evening. Partio* 
alar attention paid %a 
teaching hexinasri. jt2J-5m 

A. MARSHALL. Propr.etor. 




HORTICULTURAL HALL. 

WINTER CARDEN. 

(Stockton Street, between Post and Sutter Streets. 

Saturday, January 23(1. 
GREATER JHiN EVER. 

THIRD liRAND 

cosmopolitan 
:e».f*.:iiz:e3 

Bal Masque! 

a 

Look at the Creat List of 
Attractions. 

FULL BALLET CORPS 

Under the direction of the Charming 
Dana ruse, 

Miss A.M.Y BENNETT 

Will perform in OLD ENGLISH MOKF.IS 

DAXUE. MAYPOLE DAJJCE 

PARISIAN LABIEa- 

QUADRILLE. 

Grand Pageant Procession I 

Presenting A 

CO GRESS OF ALL NATIONS ! 

Allegorical and Realistic, introducing 

LlT-lns Animals, 

The Buffalo of the West; the Camel of the East 
Our Darwinian Ancestry. Grand Chariots and 
Horses. Rich Appointments, Elaborate and Mag- 
nificent Costumes, forming a noble picture of unpar- 
alleled richness and splendor. 

QUADRILLE DISLOQUE 

(Original) 
By (he New French Tronpe of Dancer*: 

SCHMIDT &7SCHL0TT'S 

GRAND ORCHESTRA OF 30 PIECES, 

Six Valuable aiid Artistie Prizes 

WILL he awarded as follows : 

TO LADLES— The Handsomest Costume; the 
Most Correct Costume; the Most uriginal Costume. 

TO GENTLEMEN— Costume aud the best sus- 
tained Original Character; the most correct Costume 
and Character; the most eccentric Costume and 
Character. 

LADIES* PRIZES. 

Superb Oxide Silver Casket, covered with elabo! 
rate and artistic carvings in has relief. 

Elegant Bohemian Lllass Toilet Set, richly colored 
and gilt, with fine enamelled medallions on each 
piece. 

Full Size Quarto Morocco Album, richly orna- 
mented and giit. 

GENTLEMEN'S PRIZES. 

Monster Meerschaum Pipe of great value 

Handsome Bronze Carved Inkstand, 

Tortoise shell Cigar Cases. 

S4j' Too Prize3 will bs exhibited one week before 
the Ball, at JOHN HAGMAN'3 Store. 333 Mont- 
gomery street, under Odd Fellows' HalL 

Special ivotioe. 

The immense success of the COSMOPOLITAN 
BALS MASQUES h;ia induced some unscrupulous 
speculator to filch, and use the title, in advertising 
some low third-class UaLL The public is hereby cau- 
tioned that the only Kenuine and successful COSMO- 
POLITAN BALS MASQUES have been, and will 
be given, at Horticultural Hall, under the direction 
of SAM GENESE. 

TICKETS, TWO DOLLARS. 

Double Ticket, admitting Lady and Gentleman, 
Three Dollars. ja2 




Crowded Day nnd Nightly. The Enter- 
prising proprietors of the Southern Pacific Oyster 
House nave added additions^ neat and private 
rooms to their establishment, retaining their evar- 
popular prices. These popular refreshment rooms 
are on Summer street, below Kearny, between Cal- 
ifornia and Pine. de2+-3m- 




North Carson S. M. Co. 

OFFICE OF COMPANT 

Boom 34. No. 419 California St. 

Location of Mine, 

Eagle Yalley, on the (omsiocU Range, 
and about three miles from American Flat. Detail 
maps on lile at the office. de36-tf 



SAVE YOUR MONEY. 

For all kind of Howard and 

"Waltham Watches at Manufaeturera" 
Price* — Cases guaranteed 18 karat gold— go 
_ to F. HOFLENG Sole Agent in San Fran- 
cisco, corner Third and Market Streets, Nucleus 
HoteL All kinds of Solid Jewelry made to order 
and for sale. Diamonds set and for sale at the low- 
eat living prices "Manufacturing and Repairing 
donef del&-3m 



DIVIDEND NOTICES. 

B.IXK OF THE 

western savings 



SAN FBAX12S40. JAM, 4, 1875. 

Depositors* Dividend. 

The Director* or this Corporation nave 

this day Jcclared the semi-annual dividend, attha 
rate of ten (10) per cent, per annum on Term De- 
posits and eight (8) pel cent, on Ordinary Deposits'. 
payable on and after January 10th. 1875, at the office 
of the Bank, northeast corner of Post and Kearng 
streets. _ y. CLAY. 

ja5-lm Vice-President and ( 



Dividend Notice. 

SAVINGS AND LOAN SOCIETY, 
619 Clay Street. 

The Board of Directors} hare declared 

a dividend for the six months ending December 31st, 
1874, of nine (9) per cent, per annum on all deposit*, 
tree of Federal tax, and payable on and after Janu- 
ary 15, 1875. By order. 
jalS'ftr CYRUWWV CARMANY, Cashier. 



Dividend Notice. 

SAJtf FRANCISCO SAVINGS UNION, NO. 53" 
CALIFORNIA B?., CORNER WEBB. 

For the half year endinc with Decem- 
ber 31&t, 1874, a dividend has been declared at the 
rate of niue (9) per cent per annum on Terra De- 
posits, and seven and one-half (71) per cent on Or- 
dinary Deposits, free Of Federal tax, payable 
and after January 13th, 1876. 

Per order LOVELL "WHITE, Cashier. 

de29-lm 



Dividend Notice. 

ODD FELLOWS' SWINGS BANK. 

The Board or Directors or the OfldFel 

lows' Savings Bank have declared a (dividend o 
Nine and One- Tenth (9-10) per cent, on PERMA- 
NENT DEPOSITS, and of Seven and Three-Tenths 
(7 8-10) per cent, per annum on SHORT DEPOSITS,, 
for the semi-annual term ending December 31st. 
1874, payable on and after the 20th instant. 

JAMES BENSON, Secretary. 
January IOth, 1875. ja!Z-2w 



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For Itfew York 

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Steamere leavo at 12 m. every alternate WEDNES- 
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the Company's Steamers from Aspinwall to New 
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Calling at all the Calif ornian, Mexican and Centra- 
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every alternate THHBSDAY. 

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On and after December, IS71, the 
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cisco daily (Sundays excepted) from Front andGreen 
street Wharf at SiOO o'clock. P. M.. oonnectmr a* 
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fianta Rosa, Healdaburg, Cloverdale; also wit* 
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SAN FRANCISCO BATHS 

Hairdressing Establishment 

63€ 'Washlnsrtnn street, 
below Kearny. PRICES RE-, 

DUOED: Baths, 25 cents. Shay, 

ins, 25 cents, Hair cutting. •» HffiBATHl 

cents. Shampooing, 23 ceai«. 

Medicated Baths. ae3-tf " JOHN GRIHT 



GEO. A. GA.8E, 

23 Montgomery Street, 

Opp. Lick House. _ .. . .. 

Dentistry in aU Its branches, at reasonable zmto 

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ORGAN OF AMUSEMENTS 

froirninau of all Katai Usbad 

Places of Amusement 

IN KAN FHANOIBCO 

CIRCULATED EVERY DAY 

(N Tun VKAB 

9KNERALLY THRODGHOOf THB CITY 



OUT CRAND COMB'NATIONI 

IMM1 ' Of 

Th* r'.T.into Aii>lr*JI»D 
IWIII (Ml 1—1 «.*» »ANCm nUKI 

m:.r ATPBABAHOa OF 

aiiiiiiiii martini. 

THIS EVENING JANUARY 18 



Pacilic States and Territories. 



Translations Mads 

FBOM 

ENGLISH OR CHINK8K 
At SborM.t Kotlea, by applying >t 

532 Merchant Street. 
BOGARDUS & GORDON, Fnblisken. 



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The Performance will Oommonoe with a 

FIRST PART OF WIT. SUNG AND FDR 

Finishing wllh Itio VARIETV WALKAHOUND- 



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— TPVTJOXtS. OIL. 

Mortlroois Nlokcrton \ ■ Warn* 

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i!lT,;v..in a,arI " "iii'rKC 

S. 1 !,.-< uluir Son* _V..'- . ..£.1™. 

..... Mnllle 14,1-oiTeas 

* rh.-l on.lr Sons .... ,. -^ . . ""lie Martini 

Gaily the Troubadour 







Moitlraore 

H«mt nnd Dnnr* 

HoilR 

EMMIM 

Hn. Miildmin . 

V«cn1 

l>iil<*h Si 
Hoiks AH' 



...oun Kelly 

Carrie MtllU 

Irfttsclo Krewfr 

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Mill-. IHj.nrt.fl 
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nut «J»d Unui'i' ^j^^^ulx^~S~5 - — 

LAUGHING GAS. 

Characters by 

llcilley Sons Millie H«rllaA 

Monc li a I h* Zoe 

V<n-;i I Ism Carrie >V 1 1 1 U 

Fancy Dance / IHnuulc Brewer 

Com In Ditty Funny HcLnlrr 

ACTION DANCE KILLT WEMT 



Overture. , 



-Orcbe&trs, 



To conclude with the Laughable Sketch, entitled 

TWO ARTISTS . 

H.cfcerso n.... . , West And Robbiansa. 

IN REHEARSAL- 

TMEXES X^IOISfHSBiei 

PRICES OF ADMISSION. 

Parquette 26 cents | Boxes $2 50 and 13 OS 



VP1 IjBIAT 

DENTIST. 



A Great 



AS Itl'.nOYED HIS OFFICE Variety of 
*m& Laboratory from No 8 Kp»rny 3t I ' 
-t. ovur Widbur's tlrtig 1 
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In Great 
Variety. 



At the I X L AUCTION HOUSE, Nob. C16, 018 and «20 KE IRNT STREET, Corner Commerrlnl. 



CAWPIEft, 
All Kinds* of the Finest Candy Mada 

at our Steam Candy Factory daily. All orders, es- 
pecially from the country, are solicited and will k* 
promptly attended to. 

Canty A Wagner. 
au!5 10T Montgomery Street, near Sutter. 



THE LOWER 

ComsTockMimngCo. 

HAS OPENED IBOSKS 



_ _ lvr**.*Mtr'lii(lr.ns far.-* LI ml led 
of skock. for a working capital, at £J.60 per 

[ will soon take its place In the Stock 
I a Wye adiAuos in price must ooour as 
Kfcjsrosjrcsses. 

ssssoaisou the great (,'orantock lo'e on Oold 
l. betwocn the SilTcr HLU and the Dayton 
tOoinpanlea. 
Ybm «n*k now <loae on th« mine is as follow:! : 
Ottc ilitft. hciry tlaborcd, three comp.*rtrnant«, 
HVtl.-i l*ep. 



Otv iucliEo, ou tlie loUe, eO feet deep. 

Two Isuaiu i .. 

Ha* )«',-<:. made from ono of the oiouoiit*, run 

^ :■■' 4 ).W0 per ton. 

ttkW. IT 8. Patent, W the miin lo.lo. Stock fs- 

** vfi. to tfce foot. Mapa cau be .-, 

partlcnlsrs okUino'k at the otlloc. Work, to bu 
marmcci oa the mino ut onoo 
JO!|« "--J. A. Pritcbard, Robert Sherwood. H. 
•K kr be.. Captain B. R. Waraair and Saw 
OBK0U. 

PRITCKARD President 

« SPINNi s Motarf 

KL CURTW SuperinteiMlunt 

W '« ris are open atoftiao oi the Fr ; i ' 
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RA HA&D UtETAi SCOTCH TYPE 

IIAKB * Kl< H t Kl», Ttp« reuMDtM, 
«ud London; ben leave to call attention to 

EXTRA-HARD METAL TYPE, 
*Msk *erarcs the crtmbined advnntacea of higher 
P*. incrcaaad durability and diininiahoti wtlijlit. 
™F ■aa'ai. aft«r many years' trlivl under th» H,w 
*^??~. g r Muchineaof the leading London nnd Eng- 
"•yp* Scotch prortnoial Datlt PA.rr.ns, bos been 
■«™ to bo at lc**t Tvvrcit AJ ihirahlk as the or- 

• nary type metaO. and has gained it w>ry universal 

* "*S 3 *i ^''" , K 1 * 111 imurorcmonts they baTbin- 
Hi*l?» ? Uie * tnanmaotnra, *ua.ble them to 

* , WW»om«! ot this superior mrtal without any in- 
'«•*■ <* *T*« upon the ordinary quality. 

_ ^^ o "" 'Tpe on which the Fioabo is printed Is 
sVssa the sboro fxnudry. Krsry arttele for a oora- 
■acae nsrva or Job printing office furnished at tha 
•asr«Jt prices. 

» .took o* onrapaptr, »ll «i»os and weights. 
i la ottered on favorable tenna, 

READ. BKAND&CO. 
»0 and 312 cut Street. 

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TOTS, BOLLS/HAIR GOODS, 

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Switches made of Combines. 95 to 50 cts. per onnee. 



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One In the City, 
jro itR.uicn stores, i.ood. sext c, 



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BOOTS AND SHOES. 
Grand Opening. 

Oyvlns to the Iiicrenacd Oeniitnd far 

hia celebrated perfect-fitting Boots and bhoes. P. 
KELLY, the Prize Bootmaker, S3S Bush street, faaa 
been comi>elied to open a Branch Stora at No. 134 
Kearny, where can be found the finest display in too 
city. 

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Onlll Farther Notice. 
All }:: latest Sons, next Saturdaf KcU. 

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REMOVAL NOTICE. 



Tbe Land Marteairr rnlnn and SAvInc 
Bank of California, have removed from 133 POST 
8TRE KT to their New Boilding, 534 O ALIPOKNIA 
STREET, (Jornex ot Webb. 

J. H. FISH, President 

DlBKCTORa,— As* Hark or. O. Main, A. Htmm- 
John Morton. John M. Johnaon, Tbo*. R, Hayes. 
J. H. Fish. rwrrm m 

no30-lm JOHN T. CARTER, Secretary. 



PINE EVERGREENS, 

Wreotbs and Strefmers 

AdJoisiliiK Hnow ■* Mst'i Piclurf St»r«, 
on Morton street, near K-amy, bf _ ^_^„«. 
dtOi-it d BRADFORD. 



JAN OF AMUSEMENTS. 



puthahed Erery Da in the Year, by 
». S*. BOGAnritTS, 

AT 

i32 Merchant and 537 Washington St*. 
Below Montgomery. San Francisco. 

rOKSDAY JANUARY 19 



Amus ement". Etc. 

•turn Huus.'. 

GsafitJa and Booker being the attraatinn for last 
fwrinf, should rroperiy be mentioned first. These 
ttro call them-dre*. all ***> modestly, songanddanoe 
men. leariEg the audience to find oat that they are 
*las first-rate gymnasts and grotesque*. They have 
"both good Trncea and if their songs last night are an 
index, tbey oa»o a nrat-class selection of music Last 
wght they ntn encored and re-eneored.until obliged 
to •xeaMe themselves through sheer exhaustion. 
Tn»e programme now embraces a good first part of 
mok «nd Joke, Little Mac who was also hailed with 
all the marks of bteh favoritism, in his Eaaenoe and 
Th* If ischicTOO* Monkey, the never failing Muldocn 
the Solid Man. as sung by Emerson, and the comic 
Aetco entitV.1 ' The Arrival of Lucca " and the 
Watch Dogs Grip ." In tfce first act, which is a 
traveatie of the farce "Jenny Lind." Billy Rice plays 
the part of the prima dona, and the rolicldng fun 
• with which he invest* the character may be im- 
agined. In the second part, Arlington as Silas Wil- 
liams, and Colon as Benjamin Brown, have it all 
their own way and keep the house in unbroken good 
temper. It would be "impossible to find a Minstrel 
It.-ujk- Id the country, able to pat forward a better 
varie'y bill than that now presented at the Opera 
Souse. 
California Theatre. 

Notwithstanding themlserable weather, a crowded 
ktm attended Miss Clara Morris' first appearance 
stare last night- In her introductory character, that 
of Ckmille, she had very little more than numerous 
opportunities for Ihedisplay of her powers of pathos, 
and of such powers, she has a large share. There is 
pathos in her voice and actions, pathos even in the 
•respire of her hands. In person nei. Miss Morris is 
of medium height, with a low broad forehead, blue 
eyes, a large expressive month, and (stage) blonde 
hair. Although the impression she made last night 
was most favorable, there were pleasant evidences of 
latent passion, which may yet startle us as fully as 
her i*thos has charmed. In the support, three 
characters call for especial mention, those of Ar- 
w>a iad Duval, (Barton Hill). Gaston Bieox (Robert 
Pateman), and Madame Duvemay (Mrs. Judald 
.Mr. Hill was at all times easy and tel lin g, but in the 
lonrth act. that in which he flings tbe gold over Ca- 
mille, there was an intensity of feeling shown which 
was hardly looked for, and was. perhaps- for this 
reason, doubly effective. Mr. Pateman's Gaston was 
leas subtle than it might have been. Tbe wit of the 
dramatist 6 fancy was a man skilled in bright, yet 
aolished repartee, Mr. Pateman would have as be- 
lieve be was a man who offended by curt and rather 
jade personalities. The Madame Prudence of Mrs. 
Jndah is well-known and well esteemedas the faith- 
ful portraiture of an oM woman, whose vulgarity is 
almost overlooked for her good humor. Mr. Decke 
as Count de Vaxrille. should be complimented on 
his make- up, he bcingthe only man onthe stage who 
looked like a Frenchman. Miss Morris was recalled 
at the end of almost every act, the recalls being no 
proof* of simple politeness, but the unmistakable 
testimonies to her charming acting and of her suo- 
•ess. The song introduced in the first act, translated 
from the French by Mr. Barton Hill, set to music 
bj Cnarlea Schultz, and sung by Mr. Pateman, is of 
The brightest, cheeriest character possible. Its in- 
troduction into every drawing-room, and its being 
r. histled by every boy is only a matter of short time. 
The setting of the piece was at all times pretty and 
graceful, as were — and this fact should possibly have 
been mentioned before — all the toilettes of tbe star. 
"Camille" to-night. 
Berkley's Mew Variety Theatre. 

This evening. Miss Millie Martini, makes her first 
appearance. Tbe hsogramme now includes such 
| food acts as "Struck Oil" by Mortimer, Nickcrsoa 
and West, "Gaily the Troubadour" by Mortimore, 
'Kelly, and Detoy, "Laughing Gas" by all tbe male 
aaauiberi of the company.and "Tbe Two Artists" by 
JHckerson, West and Robinson. 
Third Cosmopolitan Bal Masque. 

The preparatL-HS for the third of these balls are 
almost completed and everything promises that this, 
the last will fee the best. For the procession, over 
one hundred people have been engaged to form a 
leiiil-ie nucleus around which the visitors may rally. 
All the advertised features wiD he carried out to the 
jetter. in addition to which many new and taking 
•utrictiotu will be Introduced. Don't forget next 
Saturday. 

Woodward's Gardens. 

Ou Saturday and Sunday the Pboftte Troupe of 

elastic and disjointed dancers in their original delin- 
eations of the gTOtefyrne, and poetry of motion, Lej- 
saania, etc. Muna Joseph will also fire his &»-pouna 
•anon, with a man on it, on his shoulder. 
Set**. 

Aaother landmark gone ! The big square lamp 
that used to hang over the entrance to tbe California 
Xneatre was blown down in the gale of last night. 

Fred Whymper, Bohemian and good fellow, 
started for England this morning ri . the overland 
train. He goes to conduct a Magazine of travel 
published in London, which position be has secured 
bun for ten years at a good salary. All who knew 
nim— and their name is legion -wish h»tw ton cvyncr 
and a nleasant time. But he will be sure to come 



SON*. Ol 7 A Kl'IAED MAA. 

Who carts for nothing", alone is free ; 

Si: down, young man; ani drink with n;e. 

With a care l ess heart, and a mcrr- 
We will laugh at Uie world as it g 

i power, and wealth and fame, 
Ho laughs al virtue, he laughs at 

He laughs ct hope, and laughs at U ax, 
At Hem* rj 'a dead leaves, crisp and sere. 
He laughs jt the future, cold bikI dim; 
Nor earth or heaven is dear to him. 

O, that is the comrade fit for me ! 

He cares for nothing 1 His soul is free ! 

Free is the soul of fragrant wine ; 

Sit down, young fellow, my heart is thine— 

For 1 heed not custom's creed or law- 
s' care for nothing . ever sa\s. 

In every city my cup I quaff. 

And over my liquor riot and laugh. 

1 laugh like the cruel and turbulent wa»s, 
I laugh in the church and laugh at the grave; 

I laugh at joy, and well I know. 
That I merrily, merrily laugh at woe. 

I terribly laugh, with an oath and sneer- 
When I think the hour of death is Dear 

For I know that death is a great divine, 

\YU, BhaU drink my blood as I drink this wine; 

And he cares for nothing ! a king is he ! 
Come on, old fellow, and drink with me ! 

With you I will drink to the solemn past, 
Though the cup I drained should be my last. 

I drink to the phantoms of love and truth ! 
To ruined manhood and wasted youth ! 

1 drink to the woman that wrought my woe 
In the diadem morning of long ago. 

To a heavenly face in sweet repose ! 

To the lily's snow and the blood of the rose ! 

To the splendor caught from Orient skies, 
That thrilled in the dark of hazel eyes. 

Her large eyes wild with the fire of the South, 
And the dewy wine of her warm red mouth. 

I will drink to the thought of a better time ; 
To innocence gone like a death-bell chime ! 

I will drink to my soul in its terrible mood, 
Dimly and sorrowfully understood. 

And last of all. to the Monarch of Sin 

Who has conquered that place and reigns within, 

My song 1b passing— it dies away— 
I cannot tell, is it night or day 1 

My heart is Burned and blackened with jAin, 
And a horrible darkness crushes my brain. 

Through awful chasms 1 plunge and fall ! 
Your hand, good fellow, I die— that's ail. 

1 cannot see you—the end is nigh ! 
But well laugh together before I die ! " 

Then cover me— will you?— with grassy sod, 
The feared of man, the accursed of God ! 

A Frenchman's Expedient. 

If we may believe our foreign critics and 
commentators, Americans are fair game 
for artist and artisan, and very easily 
brought down. The latest joke against as 
comes from Paris by way of England. A 
French animal painter, poor in every sense 
of the word, cast about him desperately for 
a patron, and, after a total failure, hit on an 
idea. He immediately began a deeply pa- 
thetic and tragic picture, "The Death of 
the Poodle,'' and every morning took hia 
dog int8>the studio, and, placing the un- 
happy creature before the painting, adjriin- 
istered a stout whipping. Picture finished 
—rich American invited to studio — dog 
comes in— aees "Death of Poodle" — remem- 
bers stripes — howls tumultiioualy — rich 
American strikes attitude — "Ha ! — deceived 
dog — how true, how beautiful !" — buyB pic- 
ture at a gorgeous price — is happy. Artist 
is happy. Dog is happy. 



A firms Trlek. 

An interesting incident has jnst occurred 
In Bucharest, and has created a profound 
sensation'in theatrical circles in that place. 
It Beema that the proprietor of the Suhr 
Uircu*. anxious to provide amusement for 
lie, lately published an announce- 
ment that a challenge given by Judge Rigal, 
a wrestler attached to the circus, had been 
accepted by a gentleman, who, wishing to 
preserve a strict incognito, would appear 
before the public in a mask. The amateur 
athlete, who, it was stated, was a person 
occupying a high social position, was ru- 
mored to be no other than Prince Stourdia, 
a Moldavian noble, who has the reputation 
of possessing herculean strength. 

On the evening when "the great un- 
known" made his appearance in the circus, 
the stalls were filled with eager spectators 
long before the commencement of the per- 
formance Kigal and hismaskedopponent, 
having made their bow to the audience, at 
once commenced the struggle, which was, 
however, of short duration, for the distin- 
guished unknown in a few minutes, amidst 
frantic applause, floored his professional an- 
tagonist. So great was the success of the 
spectacle that the manager announced to 
tfie admiring audience that the nobleman 
wrestler had condescended to appear again 
before them on the following evening, when 
the performance was accordingly repeated, 
and was continued for several successive 
nights, until one evening an indiscreet mem- 
ber of the troupe unfortunately divulged 
the fact that the masked wrestler was not a 
distinguished nobleman, but only one of 
the clowns attached to the circus. Thisled 
to a disturbance — "the great unknown'* 
narrowly escaped being torn to pieces by 
his late admirers, the manager and his 
troupe had to fly for their lives, and the 
circus building would probably have been 
dismantled and destroyed but for the exer- 
tions of the police, who with great difficulty 
succeeded in repressing what promised to 
be a seriouB riot. 



OPEUA HOUSE. 

£lnO>^GX]M£BIT 

WORLD-RENOWNED SONG AND DANCE MEN, 




THIS EVENING 

p^etTfTr>t- 



•Grand Vocai and Instrumental Concert. 



INTRODUCTORY OVERTVTtE EMZB30SIASB 

BALLAD— SILVER THREADS AMONG TUX GOLD J.. M. BATD3 

COMIC SONG— WILLIE HAS GONE FOR A SOLDIER BBS - 

BALLAD-DARLING AILEEN G. W. 

COMIC SONG— HAVE "tol" SEEN LOUISA BILLY 

^INi " 



BALLAD— SHE'S WAITrNG FOR U8 THERE J. & 

Descriptive Finale THE OPFR A IN AN UPROAR 

BY TUB EVTIltE COMPACT, 

In T heir Specialties 







IE 

»* 

& 



More oT the .fudge. 

"You have a pleasant home and a bright 
fireside, with happy children fitting around 
it, haven't you?" ".Yes, sir," said Thomp- 
son, who thought he saw a way out of the 
difficulty. "WelL/' said the Judge, "if the 
ha ppy children sit around the cheerful fire- 
side until you return, they will stay there 
just forty-three days, as I shall have to send 
you up for that time." — Dilroit Free Prets. 



BnrkhardtS 540 Washington street. 

French cah* boots nude to order for *g; box toed 
^miters made to order for $6; oxford tie shoes made 
lo order for *8; boys' boots made to order for $£ 
and large assortment of boota and shoes, all ef 
Burkhardt's own make, at equally low sales, at 540 
Washington street. 4 M 



Holiday Confectionery. 

A fine assortment of holiday candies and new 
styles o( Christmas tree trimmings, fancy boxes, 
"ostunie bon-bons, cornucopias, sugar fruita and 
s»ej articles Just received at J. Vogeley fc 
I rvthere, hue si the Mechanics' Fair of 1874, 30 
Second street, near Grant, H^el. • 

Dr. Doner. 

Has devoted his study more particularly to 
chronic and specific practic, and as such is now 
the most successful of any Physician in San Fran- 
• stBeo. Office, 619 Sacramento street, corner of 
LeidosdovS, a v doors below the What Cheer 
House. 



Fine Watches. 

The best goods at tbe lowest prices, at H. A. 
OeUeoder's, comer of Second and Mission. A 
fine assortment of shaias, jewelry, etc. Cull and 



ks, :0 V t 



Bunker't. Club Honse Sansagcs. 

A delicous table delicacy. They are made of 
dar-y-fed pork, are admirably seasoned, and are 
as superior to the ordinary dry*, tasteless saus 
age made of beef and pork mixed, as anything 
can be imagined. Made fresh every morning at 
Bunker's Stall, 74 and 75 California Market, Call- 
fomia street entrance. Try them. 9-b 

Do Not .Mirier from Coriis. 

The unfortunate sufferers from Corns, Bunions 
club and Ingrowing Nails, cah find instant relief 
by applying at Dr. B. H. Cowan's Institute, ru- 
mored to 212 Kearny street, from 1 to 6 r. u. We 

■peak from experience, having tested the Doctor's 
capability. Reference given if required. n 



A Tery Sad Siory- 

A New Orleans Judge, riding in the cars 

recently, from a single glance at the coun- 
tenance of a lady by his side, imagined he 
knew her, and ventured to remark that the 
day was pleasant She only answered : 
"Yes." "Why do you wear a veil?" "Lest 
I attract gentlemen." "It is the province 
of gentlemen to admire," replied the gal- 
lant man of law. "Not when they are 
married." "But I am not" "Indeed !'' 
"Oh, no, I'm a bachelor. " The lady quietly 
removed her veil, disclosing to the aston- 
ished magistrate the face of his mother-in- 
law. He has been a raving maniac ever 
since. 

Mount SI. Ellas. 

Mount St. EUas, which from actual 
measurement, is now stated to be the high- 
est peak on the American continent, ex- 
ceeds 19,000 feet in hight In the vicinity 
of this mountain some grand glaciers have 
been recently observed, one of which is 
described as having a flow from three to 
six miles in width, and extending inland 
for at least thirty mfles. Alaska will be 
worth a good deal to men of science, even 
if other uses are restricted. 



JEFF Afterwards Lucca EIEH3" tKICX 

MR. CRUSTY Fond of Curiosities J. V tOttHEISTi 

FRISKY D. J. ^XEWOOBM 

JOHN SON Her Agent J R. xrwawinpaffl 

MONS. CROUPE J. jOCilAlSJia 

MISS FANNY CRUSTY ,2L _U20>EX 

VI8ITURS... .MESSRS. HARLEY, SHERWOOD. DAYIS. JAY. Etc 

B'LLY EMERSON. 

THE WATCH DOG'S GBXP> 

MB. MUTTONGRUBBER J M. XEMBXM 

SILAS WILLIAMS .. W AC 

OEOKGE J. f 

BENJAMIN BKOWN VtD 

ESMERELDA St 

Sererjadera, Villages, Etc.. by the Company. 

SELECTION OItiIll»TK 

The whole to conclude with the Laughable Act, entitled. 

n si 



Fervent In Spirit. 

While a good Milwaukee woman was hav- 
ing family prayers, one of the kneeling chil- 
dren pulled the cat's tail, and a prolonged 
cat-howl was the result. The pious mother 
arose, took that boy over her lap, and ad- 
ministered sharp correction, going on with 
her heavenly petition all the time. 



Too Thoughtful. 

When a Westchester woman detects her 
husband "walking crooked" down the road, 
she doesn't get mad about it, but thought- 
fully observes to her companion : "Jane, I 
shouldn't wonder if it was an earthquake 
that makes John walk that way." 



Santa Clan* 

Is not a myth if New Year's candies of every 
kind , shape and color (both bome-made and im- 
ported), is any proof of the existence of the time- 
honored deity, of presents for little ones. In fact, 
George Baas & Co., No. 20 Kearny street, has fac 
similes of Santa Clans Cm Candy) that are really 
good enough to eat His holiday stock of home- 
made candies and bon-bon boxes cannot be ex- 
celled anywhere, as a visit to bis store will show. E 



The Antelope Oyster House. 

Our specialty, always the best oysters in market 
served up in the best style of cooking. Our 
Eastern transplanted oysters excel any other in 
market Established in 1864. No. 012 Market 
near Montgomery. s 



"vTtishine Kef arm* d In One Day. 

And we never disappoint, at the What Cheer 
Liundry. No Chinamen employed. 



The Emerson Piano is the finest and cheapest 
Piano in the market to-day for general use. Koh- 
ler, Chase &-. Co., 633 Clay street o 



Medical Wonder. 

The great cure for rheumatic and other pains, 
colds, sprains, etc For sale everywhere. l 



Blanker* and Flannels 
Well wished iud not spoiled, at the What Cheer 



Great Bargains In Clothing. 

The only store in the city that has^the largest, 
cheapest and finest assortment of Men's and Boys 
Coth Log. is H. Peyser's Montgomery Avenue Coth- 
Ing Store, 719 Montgomery street, between Wash- 
ington and Jaekson. Also, a large assortment of 
Men's and Boys' Overcoats and Cloaks, and the 
finest stock of Gents* Furnishing Goods, Trunks, 
Valises, etc . » 

Clara Antooia, M. D., de Paris, Business and 
Medical Clairvoyant and Independent Trance Me- 
dium, 134$ Post street, near Irapont. Correct di 
agnosis and special attention to the treatment o 
diseases. Consultations in French, German and 

English. O-o 

If Yon 

Feel the need of phosphorus (nerve food), take a 
course of sea- water baths at the Sanitarium foot of 
Powell street, North Beaoh. Eacduisve department 
and lady attendant for ladies, Five tickets for SI, 

e-o. 



Fresh and Sweet. 

For the heat confectionery, go to Canty and 
Wagner's, 107 Montgomery St T*esr Sutter. » 



I 



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REUBEN GREEN After a slice of the Big Bonanza msiy Xira 

LANDLORD .V.V.'j aaCHAluS 

THE MISCHIEVOUS MONKEY. ...Hia Great Character UnrTLe MAS 

MAGUHtE'8 NEW THEATRE TO LET. APPLY AT BOX OFFICE OF THE OPITCj'. HOTSB; 



PIPER'S OPEFA HOUSE. 

VIBCrjfLA CITY, NEVADA. 

JOLTN PIPBK PROPRJBXOR. 



ThL> Elegant Theatre can he Rented by 

the night or week. Stars and traveling companies 
liberally treated with on application to 

JOHN PITER, 
Manager and Proprietor, 
Or to J. H. McCAJBL, > 
Ju28-tf 333 Bush street, San Francisco. 



METROPOLITAN THEATRE 

8ACKA«r«Tl' 

TO H3EJKTT, 

By the Night, Week, or Month. Trom 

Nov. 1st. For tonne apply at the Theatre, or by 
letter to W. K. MORKOW, Proprietor, Sacramento. 
N B. — I have no authorized Agent anywhere, 
mbii-tf 



OPERA HOUSE, 

SAN JOSS, (ALA. 



y E< 

Theatre is to be let by the Night, Week, or Month, 
at reasonable terms. 
ap24-tf G. BROHASKA, Proprietor. 



MOZART HALL, 

SIOCJETON, CAH. 

To Let hy (he Night or Week, for Dra- 
matic Performances, Concerts, Lectures, etc., at rea- 
sonable rates. Address J. A. Woodman, Proprietor 
and lyessee. Stockton. For particulars enquire of 
W. D. Lewis, 506 Commercial street, San Fran- 
cisco, hi. B. Music furnished on all occasions. 
oc!2-tf 



The Decker Grand Piano is the Krso of all 
ers, without exception. Kohlor, Chase & 



th 



SCOTT'S 

VARIETIES. 

. — 

Fun, Pleasure. Variety and 
Beauty. 

MO EQUAL. 
In this Pleasant Resort 

ONE CAN 

Pass a.3x Evexiliig 

MOST DELIGHTFULLY. 

Here the Kindest Attention Is Tendered 
to Doth Strangers and Kceldcnte. 

The Proprietor having catered to the wants of th, 

FT/N-LOVIHG PUBLIC! 
Both Here and in Virginia City 

LUIS ATTAINED A 
Popularity t'lieualled ON Till* COAST : 

THE PRETTIEST^ OF TALENT! 

AJ*D 

THE FINEST OF EVERYTHING 

MRS. R. C. SCOTT, PROPRIETOR 

....SOKNEB.... 

Sacramento arj Kearny Sts. 



OROFIKO THEATRE, 

PORTLAND, Oregon. 
....AN1X..-S, 

THEATRE R0VAI, Vitttaifc 

Lessee and Manageress, 

MISS FAlTCfY MO&GAIS PKEU* 

The above Theatres are ■••» wpr-Jt fjjj 

the Fall and Winter Season with as iTiifl IHiiiiisB 
Company. Stars having two or d 
can apply as above, or to J. II, 
Bush street, San Francisco. 



S3, 



PACIFIC HALL, 

CALIFOENIA THEATRE B-CTLBIIfJ 
SAX FRANCISCO. 



This Fine nail can he Rente* *»r Dim 

static Performances, operas, Oonocrt% Willi. La 
turea. Benefits, etc., by the Night «Vat, on IM 
finable terms. Pacific Hall has just t«uu eSqgMB 
rtfitted, frescoed au.i twyplir d with, a 3Chv Stag* aai 
Scenery, and iylU accommodate 1,500 -pwrsccaa wfll 
every seat in full view of the stage. Wtu- fanu m\ 
ply at the Ball, to 
oc-l>3m TInw. ' 



CHETENKE OPERA 3HPOtJB» 

CHEYENNE, WY0MIN6 TERRl7ffffT. 



This Popular Theatre Ma> 

ly Refitted and Decoratedr First-cli 

Companies or Dramatic Stars comins E*lmi cHlfe 

treated liberally upon application i Itln iij fclTi VM^ 

or in person. Address all communtcatlmia ■» 

JAMES McDAHKL, 



Look Box No. 1. Cheyenne WrcTot jt 



McDANIEL'S THEATRE 

CHIHNNE, WYOMING TERfitfMV. 

Open the Tear Round With aHm**! 

Variety Company. Variety Arista 



at all times secure First-Class tingagecMKfts. 3b 
be artists of acknowledged abib'ty wnfl ime gM 
wardrobe. No others need apply. AMm '- 
JAMES McDA^fEC 
Lock Box No. 1, Cheyenne, Wyo. Ter. Jd 



Both Male and Fema!»Tate» 

Will do well by communicating VftLm, 

0U THEIE WAY EAST 0XWEK 

AS WE WANT GOOD ARUSSR 
To Tniom Good Salarie* WiU %* JT»H 

Address 



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H. B. levnit© * r»-. 

Th&atfe i 



THOS. W. BP.EE & CO. 

Brass Founders and Fiaistor 

BEER FAUCETS a SpecjaHT- 

MAMFACTlKKKs 

ASD REPAIKEES OF 

DRUMS, BANJOS, AND 

Cold and Silver eteteri 

SPOONB and FORKS made as Goo* » K*»- 

lessons given on the Banjo a*t* Dntt 

1548 Mission street, between First ami Sr«««sd_ 

N. B.— Fine-toned Silver Solo Banjos fuc W 
sionals always on band. , 5»^* 







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BOSS 



W.M. AXUEOOMB 

ARLINGTON. 



Exchange Boardln calid SiUe 
Stable, 152 Tehama, off Third Street 
Careof Boarding and Sale Horses a 
Specialty. Sale Horses always orJ 
har>d. Breaking and Handling Colts, 
etc , Witt care. 

N B Clippinr.orHorse8done.ntfc 
care and dispatch with the English _ 
Brothers' Patent MatLines, which ar*_«Mll«lsw 
e»erjtodj. Frke. SIX IKJLLAKS l^. 




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Mo. M Moct«K>mery HnK 

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*ajc nuxoaco, w>dmesday. jahcart to. urn. 



VOL. XXI 






HAVE YOUR PICTURES ! 



NEW YORK GALLERY 

So. SB Third St., 



rtetvca Sail M Per Dow* ! 

fAUCE OF FASHION. 



Merchant Tailor, 

CUSTOM-MADE GOODS I 

UllMl ■ » m«tlass« H i l l* to«l>V sJ»i 

I • »f J •• ' *-* — I — f — — 

MB ■■*•.*« 

My Prices Defy Competition. 

•au abb owrtncm wwiiif.-. 

BataM 8.Hs $30 

« X Bttw Drara Sails 56 

Overcoats 16 

MM.MJ.4 7 

Beaver Pants 10 

8Uk TeHet Tetts. 9 



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17 SucondStre et, 



I Vraaad HsA>L 



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CALIFORNIA THEATRE. 



PACIFIC 



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SPLENDID BTJCOE3BI9 



P. Tirr llRB/rT BXoriOVM. ACTUS.. 



THIS EVEXTNO — - JANUARY 80 

AM' u»J blTKAB' KomantK Dlui, 

"CAMS***., 

CAMILLE MISS CLARA MORRIS 

ARHAN: BAHTUN HILL 

" ■• ' ILENRV KUW.VHUS 

— »' ■ ' ' ROMBT I'MRMaM 

OOTVT DK Vlttln..*..:'..',. , jCKLSOX DEOKIHf 

OIKTAYB , r, H. BstftTAY) 1. 

MRHSKMOETt MlIUiY WkMM 

M All A Mi: rBlDBXOs. BtjVXRNAV JtRS. JUDAH 

' I' " ' r XbS JtKME i.i:k 

NAMNI t MltjH BELLE CHAPMAN 

OLYMPK MJB8 CAJUUE WVATT 

In Act Firrt w-UJ l* uilrtskiccti :i NEW SONO, couipoMd ssmI Arranged ©xpres,lj (or the occasion bv C1US" SCHl'LTZ 

sntfUel 

"THE BONG TO CA.1%E11L.T-.S7." 

SIM. BV IE. BOBEHT ff AXEMAN. 

ACTS 1st and 2d SPRING ! A BOOK IN PARIS. 

ACT 3d SUMMER! THE HOME IN THE COUNTRY. 

>. ACT lUi AUTUMN ! GRAND SALOON and BALL ROOM ! 

ACT ith-WWTEB ! CAMILLAS DRESSING ROOM. 

"All Nature Hopes for Spring.' 

SiTlEDll, J1XIIBI fcld, 

nSif OLABAJIieBBIS HAfllll! 

IN PREPARATION 



LA W BEPOBTSS 



ISSUED EVERY TUESDAY. 



FOURTH YEAR OF PUBLICATION. 



Publishes all the California Siareme 
Court Reports. 



Only Legal Journal Published WeeAr 
Of the Mississippi. 



IT n AS BWIUVEI) THE CORDIAL ENDOB8EWIA1 
OI- TOE PBOFE6SION AS A 



RELIABLE AND INDISPENSABLE AID T» 
THE PRACTICAL LAWYER. 



J. P. BOGAKBUS, Publisher 



■awl BE 

14 Post St., San Francisco 



•aasa. Ha. u r« ss™,<. or , 



CoUe.i 

qualified for bnsi- 

isfnslli— i At cum 

las. school Wore al- 

can at the 

K. P. Meld. 

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"THE VILLA," 

GOLDEN GATE PARK, 

ItfHUta. hmtac )at bMQ .omptaUd, U 
— aiiiiu^.1 to -pa .sullo. To* LgoMUM. 

aaasBl a aalaasl. ■! saas 
rour Public Parlors, 

*n Private Dtaiag Booms, 



•SMaVart lite. paMfiluM 

•t all liuut 

An Elegant Villa. 

aT«»»Ti» i i i ii iaihilat«»m-aa- 

4 Si 



CUIDO MANCENBERC, 




PROGRAMMES, 
Aad aa klaaa at FrlaUag for 

Shows, Lectures, 

Concerts, Theatres, 

Excursions, Ac. 

1TUW BAXSB, BX 

r. STERETT, 



Good Livers! 



:■*• I ITAURANT. 




ISMSKkB, 



THE CLIFF HOUSE! 

ROARING OCEMl" MJRGING BREAKERS 
FOAMIHG SURF, MONSTER SEA LIONS 

Appetizing Breakfasts, Lunches, 
Dinners and Suppers. 

BRING YOUR WIPK1 

DK1NO YOUR PAMILTI 
BRING YOUR LADY FRIEND* 

And odjot a Tiew of tb« finest OOEAN PARO- 
BAJ1A IN THK WOULD, all in eight of 

tbe world-renowned 

Goldcu Gate. 

With sflost of wbtte.wiatted m«B«&ngere eoterins 
from srsrr put uf tho commercial world. 

PfN»w Line Bantu, oounectinc With Street 
Oars a* Lone Mountain o»ery 15 mlnatec here.rtai 
for the ulilf Uoaee jyl-tf 



SAN FRANCISCO DIRECTORY, 

187B. 

Established. 1857. 

Tli« Printing of tbe Above Sellable 

work hiiH lieeo commenced, and its completion will 
he secured as early as the character of the work will 
permit. Iu the meantime, the undersigned will es- 
teem It a favor to be notified of any change of 
firms, removals, new arrivals in the city, or any 
other alterations or omissions that may have taken 
place since the information for the work was col- 
lected by the canvassers. 

HENRY O. LANGLEY. Proprietor. 
612 Clay street, near Montgomery, Up Statra. 
jal2 



OAKLAND DISTRIBUTING AGENCY 

TAYLOK St CO., 

Bill and Card Distributors 

FOB OAKLAND aad \ icluilj . 

Will foltbiully mAke distributions 

Circulars. Dodgers, Cards, 

Ami every dencriptton of 

Prlntod Matter 

At molt Reasonable rates. 

TAILOR « CO. DISTRIBUTE 

la OeALuid tnvrj dar. and are to be Kli«d npool 
tr SWdcr. Ee«l ve«l at UaU •See, 



THX HOUSEHOLD FimwiBHlMa CO 

SIS TISE STREET. SAN FRAJJ018OO. 

Ttmuaxd. Platalakrd. JTaiHUUUd, Wooden 
and JUK*n Wars, Brass, Copper, *6a4AUt and 

rlssed Uoods. 

Ornamental aad Artlruo ITnn.ataiilfl 

" " " ds»sw 



LEAVY BRO. & CCS. 

Own Brand of Imported 

Consolidated Virginia 
CIGARS ! 

REINA VICTORIAS. 

WHOLESALE DEPARTMENT. 

SOD Hontgomerr «'t. 

BsBTAIL, 



Cor. eX BasJi and Kearny, Laurel Puluce. 

jaaAn 



To the Unfortunate. 

Sr, Gibbon's Dispensary. 

No. G23 Kciirny Street, Corner of 

-^\ Commercial, San Francisco. Entrance on 
OommerciaL Established in 1854, for tho 
treatmentandcui-eof alldisea^egof th««ri- 
nnry and generative organs, aud all physi- 
cal conditions or Weaknena consequent 
npon tbe errors or ignorance of the sexes. &lrin dis- 
ease (of years* standing) and rheumatism success- 
fully treated. The sick and the afilieted should not 
fail to call upon him. The Doctor has traveled ex- 
tensively in Europe, and inspected thoroughly the 
various hospitals there, obtaining a great deal of 
valuable information, which ho is competent to 
impart to those in need of bis serviocs. Dr. Uibbon 
will make no charge unices he effects a cure. 

Address DR. J. F. GIBBON, Box 1957. Ban 
Francisco. no25-ti 



HENRY HO£8CH, 

HAS JUST OPENED A 

NEW & ELEGANT RESTAURANT 

....AT.... 

No. 4X7 Pino Street 

Between Montgomery «uul Kearny Streets. 

The Above Popular Restaurateur bos' 

fitted up his N.w Restaurant in the most elegant 
style. 

Always on Hand the Choicest Viands 
tbe Market Affords. 

PRIVATE ROOMS FOR FAMILIES. 

HEMtV 1IOIX II, 

jalU-liu 412 Pine street, opposite the Market 



OVERLAND HOUSE, 

Sacramento SL, Near Montgomery. 

The Best aad Cheapest 1 1 KM^llIK 

ROOMS in San FmncUto. With or without board. 
J. E. .-.LINKEY. Proprietor. 
N. R Also Proprietor of "BON TON" Saloon, 
Calif wmia Theatre, Bush street. de29 



MONEY TO LOAN I 

[POM STOCKS, BONDS, BEAX BSTATB, 

LD7E INSURAXCK POLICIES. AND ALL 
OTHEB OOOD 0OLLATHBAX8. BY 

JOHN T. LITTLE, 

deSMs. im UAUFOBNIA STRBET 



Pianos! Pianos! 

....WITH.... 

"Barbarism and Civilization." 



Now it is true that music does reiiae. 
It is the red rose on the human vine. 
But turn the idle ah' to murmurs sueet, 
Mark the effect upon the crowded street. 
Cares are forgot, the step elastic grows, 
The fretted current softer, smoother flow?:. 
And man his fierceness or bis guilt esahewi), 
The hypochondriac forgets his blues. 
Windows jump open; Biddy shades her even, 
Tbe very Chinaman shows some surprise. 
The Little boy, 'tis needless to explain, 
Runs for the music with his might and main. 
If thus for good the enchantress wields her power 
All California homes should have this newer. 

And the Opportnult3 1b Now Open* 

Families of limited means invited to examint: the 
Large Stock of PIANOS just arrived at 

1Q5 STOCKTON STREET, 

Every Celebrated Maker Represented t 

In New and Used Instruments, and at Pri«efl 
Within the reach of all. 

JUt-vera of Art Come and fSee 

"Barbarism and. Civilization," 

Those expressive and elegant ideas in the fono 
of beautiful female faoee. 

it*" CHOICK OHROMOS AND I\AINTIN«H a 
■penalty. 
All wtJiXime— buyinc or not. Howard Bnildinc. 
js9-l» W. TO« 1VSEMB. 



S. G0E3IV 



X£Z*=»E1* 



(Late Stage Manager of Moguire's New The- 
atre, formerly Businc-m Manager aud Agitut 
ef Strakosch-Nilsson Concert, Marct-A 
Itohan. Opera, Oj-au's Opera Bouffc, 
Wyntlham Comedy Comp'y, Jono 
Coomhes' Comedy Company, 



Begji to inform the Profession and sfajh 

lie that ho is prepared to organize, manage and ax 
range on moderate termit 

Concerts, Benefits, Theatricals 

Amateur Performances, 

Tableaux, etc. 

And Entertainments of all kinds, PUBLIC AKI> 
PRIVATE, to furoiBh, if reuuired, 

Proreaiiional Aid, Co§luuics, PropertUa 
Acceaaorics. 

To givo attention to proper and suitable publicity 
advertiiving, etc. 

Parties undertaking any kind of Amusement, «t- 
tertainn.cn ts, will save money and sOoure efflwna 
by nntninting their business to . 

AddrcMH: IMacnire'* New Theatre*. 

AST Artists will oblige by forwarding liflroeft, upcti- 
olucH and addresses. ocl 0-tf 

EOCKAWAY OYSTER HOUSE* 

ICO! Market Street, Rear Jtmotton c( 
Market and Powell. 

Choice** Oysterg, Chops ai _ _ 

Steaks served to order at oil hours, I 
HUPPEHS for Parties and Families s 
promptly supplieil. Tbe patronage of 
oiu- frUatdH and the.'publfo is respect- 
fuils fioticited. HENRY LANGE, 

ED. KRJEHA1KK, 
oc30-tf Pronriidj-. 



The Celebrated Pan Roast 



STOCKHOLDERS* MEETING. 

HOME MUTUAL INSURANCE COMPANY. 

The Annual Meeting or the Stoekheld* 

en of the Home Mutual Insurance rw "irviJ will bo 
held at the Company's ottioe, 44K California, street, 
m this aty. on MONDAY, January 18. 1W5. for iho 
Mfectlon of Dtrector. for the arinilnc jear. Polht 
will be ocwn from 1 o'clock antil 4 r. M. 

OHAS. R STORY. Serretart. 
8m. FranciMO, January 7, U76, eafi-M | 



SOLOMON TESMORaTS 

HtoH'i, 57, So and 60 California Market. 
(Entrance on Pine street.) 
Families and Restaurants supplied at abort notfe** 
del7-lm 



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J. O. COMBES, 
TERKAPIiN LXJ1VCH* 
Terrapin ComitantlT on Hand 

OyrAera in every style. PRIVATEU 
SUPPER ROOMS FOR PARTIES. 
f. o. 2M Second Street, Comer ef 



MORACHAN* LYNCH. 



DEALERS nr 

OTHterm. Clam* ami all ftlndn 

of Shell Fish, Stall SM CaUfornk. Mar- 
hut, San Prancinco. Opui Day and 
NiKfit. FiimiHea, Public and l*riva*o 
Partjea, HtKebt, Shipping and Restau- 

ia aa»iiipplied. 

oeobok mat: 

H»ealer In •nter*. Clanu, aad 

aDtdndaof RHFXLFISH. Stalin No*, 
*«, 41, 4'.'. Caliromia Mai kct, entrance 
cm California street, 

Paine oc private part!«4 and f ♦..:.■ lii 
hom6 a. it. to IS r M Ladici' and Oem 
vj'Ui Roems open (rem 6 a. u. to 12 r. m. 



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VX&j&L.3Hi€> 



OS4SAH OF AMDSZSIEOTS. 






Every Day in to? Yeas bj 



iSS Merchant and 537 Washington Star 

below Montgomery, San Fr-noisoo. 



AY JAXUASY 20 



CHara MorrU* First Snceeaa. 

The first decided success of Mia Morris 
La New York was almost accidental- Not 
that she would never hare made a success, 
l,^t for accident, only accident helped her. 
3he was playing at the Fifth Avenue 
•fljfatre, wrfen "Man and Wife" tras an- 
»wnced, with Miss Agnes Ethel asBlanche, 
the leading role, while MUs Morris was 
•ut for an unimportant part, something in 
the comic line. Sundenly Mi*s Ethel was 
taken ill, and Miss Morris, at » moment's 
cotice, was called npon to assume her char- 
acter. There was a little shrugging of 
shoulder* among the older actresses at Mr. 
Daly's choice, and they rather look forward 
to, I will not say hoped for, the failure of 
this young girl from the prairies. The 
stage manager gave her a great many 
instructions as to how the part should be 
played, to all of which Miss Morris listened 
patiently, although .-he had her mind made 
op about the correct personation of the 
rtlft 

The trying night came, and before Jhe 
had been upon the stage ten minutes 8he 
took that hold upon the public faror that 
ime has only served to increase. The pa- 
per* the next morning were lavish in their 
praise, and the town went mad over the 
young actress. It is needless to say that 
Clara Morris was thereafter the bright par- 
ticular eiar in the manager's galaxy. All 
this success, though very gratifying to Miss 
Morris, did not serve to tnm her head. In 
fact it only aroused the more her ambition. 
Shu is always the Bame painstaking, con- 
aotentious artiste, whether praised or cen- 
tered, and notwithstanding her position as 
a public favorite, she studies just as hard 
and just as carefully as though she were 
toe veriest beginner. — Buffalo Courier, 



lAjme and Ritualism. 

u Tfcoy bow to the east, bofch people and priest. 

Bilks rattle sad rustle. 

While slur boys bustle ; 

Brief sermons, long pray in. 

Rich flowers, great airs. 
Three s o t r ic es daily — a sen-ice at nine, 
4Tw .ha breaking of bread and the pouring sf wiae, 

Then prooassional soug 

And ritual long ; 
But then this is "The Church"— th* people- and 

priest 
Vbv> devoted with forms bow with face to the 



*'Coddlemitee !" said an old lady as she 
•at down suddenly on the cold, cold pare- 
snent last Saturday in Virginia City. And 
the way she put two segments of a ser- 
rated circle in a handkerchief and went 
eg to the dentist s was 3 sight to see. 



A JMTeremee. 

They say of ar artist of this city that he 
recently met a lady on the street, who sa- 
luted him with : "Oh, Mr. Lepia, I have 
just aeea your miniature, and loosed it be- 
caose it was so much like you." "And did 
It kiss yon in return?" "Why, no." 
*'Th.en," said Lepia "'twas not like me.' 

A near-sighted man was riding in a Wood- 
Ward car the other day, when a lady op- 
lioeite bowed to him. He returned the bow, 
raised his hat, smiled sweetly, was just 
wondering who she was, when she came 
O'er and whispered in his ear: "Oh! I'll 
H s yon for this, old man!" Then he knew 
rt was his wife. 



A queer old chap has nicknamed his 
u Lghtec Misery, because she loves com- 
pany. 



What traits are difficult to exterminate ? 



How to Dress WelL 

Over two-thirds of the b«* dressed gentlemen 
In this cthr (those who drees in style va mean) 
voold say, it asked the quueaon where they had 
their etotbes made, that they went to John Bull's. 
Ho. 109 Third street, and would ateo advise yon 
and your Wends to ge there if yon want a periect- 
Atttng nk made in the latest style, irom either 
imported sr domestic goods, at «te lowest price 
compatible with a good garment. a. 



The Old Mint Rcoaurant. 

At this oid established bouse, COS Commercial 
art-vet, above Montgomery, always noted among 
the boa rfcants for it* rood things, can be procured 
t t*> fufccei and best cooked Oysters, Steakaand Chops 
in town. Terrapins and the choicest brands of 
■TttMsaal Liquors a specialty. Charges moderate 
3- Mu Hepburn, the oea- proprietor, iovitos the 
*pahbc to give the "OW aunt" a trial. 8-t 



'odouart * Oobb 504 Kearney street, produce 
'Gate-:* "*ainUnga vthich ure superior to either OU 
ar Water Colons. EnL^-amente io ail stytee, gen* 
*r*l phot^jrai ikic : rnaranteerL 9-*a 

The Mason & Hamlin Organs are acknowledged 
1 9 be the asset po<vertal, ai the same tune giving 
■ Vi the sweetest tone of any other. Ksliler, 
4>tatx- fc Co., GfZ ClaT ~:reeu ■ 

Cheer I^miidry. 
S& Irfidesdora street, near 6a-^amesrt* 



Clever Jnsalerr. 

The next day there was a- tremendous 
t6 eee ths juggler, who had 
lished himself in an open space in the mid- 
dle of the bat-aat. He was a nne-lookin? 
old fellow, with a loo£ white heard, in a 
rich Indian drees, and ht looked so elim 
and graceful, and so high bred, ainonjr all 
these rough, common-looking fellows, that 
at first I had eyes for nothing elae. Then 
the juggling began', and very clever it was. 
I'm quite used to it now ; but this was my 
first eight of it, and I was immensely aston- 
ished. First, a little girl came forward and 
played on a kind of tamborine, and danced 
to the music. Then the juggler suddenly 
began to scold her. till she seemed to get 
frightened, and hid herself under a huge 
basket ■which he had put besid»him — but 
he instantly drew his sword, and ran it 
through the basket ; there was a loud shriek 
and the sword came out all bloody. Then 
some of the people thought he had really 
killed her and ran forward to seize him ; 
but when tbey lifted the basket there was 
nothing there, and presently the girl came 
running out from somewhere or other, per- 
fectly sound. Then there were great crie3 
of "Yakshi, yakshi !** (well done) and when 
the girl went round with her tamborine, 
she got as much money as she could ■ hold. 
Then another man who was with him spread 
a tent, and the juggler went in. Presently 
the tent was drawn away, and there waa 
the old man sitting cross-legged in the air, 
with nothing to support him ; and the as- 
sistant took a sword and slashed about on 
all sides of his master to show that there 
was nothing there. Then he took a large 
egg, and laying it on a board, struck it 
with his saber, without doing it the least 
harm. Then he told one of the spectators 
to pick it up ; but, although the man took 
it as carefully as he could, it broke all to 
bits in his fingers. So then there was more 
applause. Then he showed us the mango 
trick, which, they tell me, is very common 
in India, too. He planted a mango pip in 
the hard clay, making one of the crowd 
water it himself to show that there was no 
trick in that, and then put a cloth over it 
Presently he took it off, and there was the 
first shoot just above the earth. The next 
time he uncovered it the thing had shot up 
some height, and had got a blossom on it 
The third nncovering showed us the fruit 
just forming ; and at the fourth it was al. 
ready ripe, and he gave us bitsof it to taste. 

— ♦ 

Didn't Wont 11. 

From Surprise Valley, comes the story 
of an old fellow who got very jealous be- 
cause his wife went to a ball with a good- 
looking fellow and staid out until broad 
daylight. The old chap went to a Justice 
of the Peace and told bis story, winding up 
with, "I want yer to help me, for that ar 
thing has been going on about long enough.' 1 
"Well," says the Justice, "yen can write 
down to Yreka, and see if some of the law- 
yers can't get you a divorce." "Divorce!" 
roared the angry man; "who the dickens 
wants a divorce ?"* The Justice began to 
get wrathy. "If you don't want a divorce, 
whatthe dickens brought you here V* "Why. 
I want an injunction to Btop further pro- 
ceedings." 



Cheap Reading. 

The Bridt of Latwnermoor for twenty- 
fire cents. So much beauty for Buch a price 
seem? hardly possible, and yet we have just 
obtained its possession in the form of an 
advance copy of the third volume of "The 
Waverly Novels" at this price and of this 
title. Messrs. T. B. Peterson & Brothers 
of Philadelphia, are the publishers. 



Kotiee. 

Drivers and owners of hacks and vehicles 
will do well to take heed of the timelywam- 
ing of License Collector Dean, and pay up 
promptly, or the extra tax of 25 per cent. 
per month will be required in addition to 
the regular license. A card from James 
O. Dean, appears in another column. 



The Yonnc Han Irom the East. 
" Im a stranger in this city, 
I'm lately from the East, 
And mighty fond of oysters; 
where can I pet a feast': 
I've been to all the restaurants, 
But nowhere could I find, 
A plate rtf Eastern oysters, 
Qi the old fashioned kino.* 

"Well, I can tel! you," said his friend, 
"Exactly n here to go. 
And where to act your oysters, 
Disect from when; thtygrow. 
Just tike a stroll uowa PINE STREET, 
. At 418. opposite the Market, 
You'll see a sign, THE SADDLE ROCK, 
You can't fail to remark it 

"'Tineraon Condlle keeps the place. 

The best saloon in town, 

There you can get your oysters saw, 

Or fried so crisp and brown. 

He's the largest oyster dealer 

On the Pacific Coast. 

And that he keeps toe freshest 

Has ever been hid boast. 



"He's got nice little private v 
Where you can sit at ease, 
And eat your California stew. 
Or Eastern if you please. 
All the younc men of fashion gt> 
Right to the SADDLE BOCK, 

air EASTERN OYSTERS 
And drink their Rhenish hook.'* 



The original "Swain's Bakery" is now eata Wished 
n their magnificent new place at 213 Sutter street 
near Centre Market, and has added a lunch room 
sod ice cream saloon. This is their only place of 
business. 



PaaCB is DacuazD in all families who buy their 
furniture and beddinc of J. A. Sfaaber k Co., 707 
Market street, near Third, because, tbey pet bette 
goads for the same price than any other dealers. 



g wains 1st Sweden. 

Du CliaiUu, in speaking of how they woo 
in Sweden, says: "I once saw a thatch 
mode. He met her at the gate and poked 
his fingers in her rib.*, and said, *I want to 
get married, don't you? 'Oh, I don't know. 
Go away.' 'Yes you do; let's get married.' 
•Well, ask pa' 'No; never mind him, we'll 
get married anyhow.' And he went away 
telling everybody he saw, 'I am going to 
marry that jrirl.' The preparation* contin- 
ued during the three weeks required by law 
to have the banns published in the churches. 
Fiahee were caught, stores for the feast laid 
in, beer brewed, and whisky purchased. 
WeddiDg jollifications are indulged in for a 
week. This couple were married. They 
went from the church to the house, and the 
bridesmaid locked the bride in her room. 
The groom knocked at the door. 'How 
much will you gire to come in ?' 'Two cows 
and fire dollars.' 'That's not enough.' 
"Three cows and ten doDars.' 'Oh, you are 
rich ; you must give more than that.* Five 
cows and twenty-five dollars was the final 
offer which was accepted." 



Looking JJiead. 

A gentleman (whose name wo will omit 
from consideration for his relatives,} sent 
the Chicago Tr&wne the manuscript of an 
address he is to deliver next week, in 
order to facilitate the work of the reporter. 
The speech contains forty-two pages. On 
page 27, the reporter detailed to copy it 
found the following' passage : "But X must 
close." ("No! no! go on!"' etc.) "Then 
if you will bear with me a few moments 
longer, I shall proceed to invite your at- 
tention to," etc. 



An agricultural fair: The farmer's daugh- 
ter. 



The Green Room. 

This popular resort of the profession and all 
epicures who can appreciate good liquors and a 
good lunch, is directly opposite the California The- 
atre. It has just been beautifully frescotd and is 
now a modle of taste and elegance. Everybody 
goes to the Green Boom between the acts. z 



The Winter Style*. 

All the latest Winter styles of hat have been re- 
ceived and are now on view at "The" Hat Store, 
947 Washington street. The variety is very large, 
and the prices charged at this well-known estab- 
lishment are very reasonable. a 



Blankets and Flannels 

Well washed and not spoiled, at the What Cheer 

Laundry lT * fl 



NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. 
KANE & COOK, 

Steam Book and Job Printers, 



413 Commercial and ill Clay SH. 

ja20-W 



SPECIAL NOTICE. 

To Owners and Drivers of Hackney 
Carriages and Vehicles. 



The. Annua! Licenses for the Tear end- 
ing January 1, 1876, are aos doe and payable, and 
delinquent on the first day of February. 

If not paid, one-quarter {or 25 per cent) per 
month so delinquent will be added. Also, subject 
to line and imprisonment if Licensee and Knmbera 
are not obtained from this office. 

PKDDLERS afid £UNXER6 will make prompt 
payment for this quarter now due. 

.JAMES O. UEAJS", Collector of Licenaw. 
Office, Xo. 7 City Hall, second floor. San Francisco. 
ja20-td 



ftORTH PACIFIC COAST RitLMAD. 

BITWBEK,.,. 

SAN FRANCISCO AND TOMALES. 



On and after Monday. 

January 11, 18T5, PaaeengerB 
will leave 

SAX FRAX CISCO Daily at £30 P. w, by Ban- 
cellto ferry boat from Davis street Wharf, connec- 
ting with train for Tomales; and 

TO MALES Daily at 8 A. Bt. connecting with 
Sauoelito ferry boat at SaoceJito. 



S11VDAY. 

Excursion Trains will rnn asfar as Oletna, Pae- 
Eengers will leave by Sauceb'to ferv boat from Davie 
-tree: Wharf, at 8 a. m.. and arrive on return to 
this city at same wharf at 4:35 p. M., giving from two 
to six hours time at various pointe on tbe road- 
Fare, for the Bound Trip. $f to all Stations weet 
of Fairfax, and W to Fairfax and all Stations east. 

FREK>HT. 

Through Freight Trains, with a Passenger Car at- 
tached will leave Saacelito at 8:30 a. m., ox Tues- 
days, Thursdays and Saturdays, and will leave To- 
males on the .vimo days at 1 P. M . 
jall-lm G. F. HARTWELL. Superintendent. 



THAT IS aO. 



CcanUfnl and Svb«tantlal g*n 

of Artificial TEETH only £l«, and war- _ 
ranted equal to any work in New York or San Fran- 
eiseo. BeautifulGoW aud Platina Fillings for $1 
and upwards, and warranted lor life. Twenty years 
experfence in New York City. Office. 5* Poststreet, 
berween iloni^omery and Kearny. 
ja!2 Dfi LUTHER. Dentist. 



DR. FERDENANDERZ, 

So Celebrated for his Smce-csa In Uw 

treatment of .all diseases of men and women has 
hie office at 

215 Kearny Street, bet. Bosh & Snttcr. 

Hours 10 a. h. to 1 p. M. mod 3 r. M. to 6 P. M. 

delS-U 




"Khlng rwgtnaara. 



CLAY-STREET 
RI0INC ACADEMY, 

Sa» t toy Street, e*r. 
•toe b ton. 

This is the most elepant 
sod oomm«dlotu Hid it & 
Academy in the city ; opec 
day and evening. Partic- 
ular stteuiion paid tc 
iaZ7-6m 
A. MABSHALL, PtwVfWMr. 



HORTICULTURAL HALL. 
Win; ei carden. 

(Stockton Street, between Post and Sutter Streets. 

Saturday, January 23d. 
GREATER JjUN EVER. 

THIRD GRAND 

COSMOPOLITAN 
3F» .FUSSES 

Bal Masque! 

Look at the Creat List of 

Attractions. 

FULL BALLET CORPS 

TJnder the direction of the Charming 
Danscuae, 

Miss A.BXY BENNKTT 

Will milora in OLD EXGLIBH MORRIS 

IfAliOE, MAYPOLE DANCE 

PARISIAN LADIES' 

QUADRILLE. 

Grand Pageant Procession 

Presenting A 

CONGRESS OF ALL NATIONS I 

Allegorical and Bealistic, introducing 

Levins -A-iilmn-ls, 

The Buffalo of the West; the Camel of the East 
Our Darwinian Ancestry. Grand Ohariat.^ aud 
Horses. Rich Appointments. Elaborate and Mag- 
niiioent Oostamea, forming a noble pictun.- of unpar- 
alleled richness and splendor. 

QUADRILLE DISLOQUE 

(Original) 
By tate Yew French Tronpc of Dancers ! 

SCHMIDT &~SCHL0rPS 

GRAND OROHE8TRA OP 90 PIECES, 

Six Valuable and Artistic Prizes 

Will be awarded as follows : 

TO LADIES— The Handsomest Costume; ahe 
Most Correct Costume; the Most Orig.nal Costume. 

TO GENTLEMEN— Costuiue and the best sus- 
tained Original Character; the most correct Costume 
and Character; the most eccentric Costume and 
Charactar. 

L VIHCS- PRIZES. 

Superb Oxide Silver Casket, covered with elabo' 
rate and artistic carvings in has relief. 

Elegant Bohemian Glass Toilet Set, richly colored 
and gilt, with fine enamelled medallions on each 
piece. 

Full flfzc Quarto Moroooo Album, richly orna- 
mentedTuod giit. 

GFVTLE1IEVS PRIZE-*. 

Monster Meerschaum Pipe of groat value. 

Handsome Bronze Carved Inkstand. 

Tortoise shell Cigar Cases. 

K3T The Prizes will be exhibited one week before 
the Ball, at JOHN HAGAtArTS Store. 3S3 Mont- 
gomery street, under Odd Fellows' Hall. 

Special Kfottoe. 

The immense success of the COSMOPOLITAN 
BALS MASQUES has induced some unscrupulous 
speculator to filch, and use the title, in advertising 
some low Uurd-olass Ball. The public is hereby cau- 
tioned that the only genuine aadsuccessf ul COSMO • 
POL1TAN BALS MASQUES have been, and will 
be given, at Horticultural Hall, under the direction 
of SAM GENCSE. 

TICKETS, TWO DOIXAJtS. 

Doable Ticket, admitting Lady and Gentleman, 
Three Dollars. ja2 



DIVIDEND NOTICES. 




Crowded Day and Nightly. The Enter- 

£ rising proprietors of the Southern Pacific Oyster 
louse have added additional neat and private 
rooms to their establishment, retaining their ever- 
popular prices. These popular refreshment rooms 
are on Summer street, below Kearny, between Cal- 
ifornia and Pine. de3l 3m. 




WESTERN SAVINGS 



8.1* ntAftWCW, J.Uf, 4, UTS. 

Depositors'* I>sVv-i<leiMff. 

The Director* Of thla Corpora t**n fcarv* 

this day declared tbo seav-annaal dividend, at ths» 
rate of tea (10) per oertL yer annua on Term r*»- 
nosita and eight C5) per ceaL on Ordinary Deposis^ 
payable ©a. and alter January MJth, 1S75. at theosfc* 
ot the Bank, northeast corner of Post and iTaaiafJ 
rtreeit F. CLAT! 

ja5-lm TlDe-FrecHeni and Oas&Mc 



North Carson S. M. Co. 

OFFICE OF COMPANY 

Room 21. No. 419 California St. 

Location of Mine, 

Basle Taller* on Ibe tomfttock ILaage,, 

and about three mUea from American Flat. Detail 
map* on file at the office- de26-tf 



SAVE YOUR MONEY. 

For all kind of Howard and 

Waltham Watches at Manufacturers' 
Prices— Cases guaranteed 18 kirat gold— go 
_ to F. HOFLEN'G Sole Agent in San Fran- 
comer Third and Market" Streets, Nucleus 
Hotel. All kinds of Solid Jewelry made to.order 
and for sale. Diamonds eet and for sale at the low- 
est lrriog prices laanufacturinc and Repairing 
donof . ^^.- delWia 



Dividend Notice. 

SAVINGS AHD LOAN SOCIETT; 
6 1 9 Clay Street. 

The B*ju-tf »T Mrerteni^havf dertxrvtf 

a dividend for the six aaoatha ending Tti i i uiln i Till, 

1574. of -"-Hi *■ r~T r in -n ill ln»MJt«_ 

free of Federal lax, and payable cm. and after. Jaswa- 
ary 15, 18TS. »/ order. 
jal3 >w CYRUS 1 



Dividend Notice. 

SAX FRAKCISOO SAVINGS TJTHOK, SO. 3X 
C ALIFOEXLA. ST., OOK9KE WiiBBL 

ror the halt year eaadtas wllh Deeeam* 

ber 31st, 1S71. a dividend has- been declared a* las 
rate of nine (9) per cant per antmna an TViai ahl 
posits, and seven, and one-half (71) per cent « Or- 
dinary Deposits, free of Federal tax, 
and after January 13th, laTsV 
Per order LOVELL WHITE, 

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Dividend Notice. 

ODD FELLOWS' S^iUGS BMff. 

The Board of Directors of (he 4MslN. 

lows' Savings Bank hare declared a (david—ij . 
Nine and One-Tenth (3-10) pef cent, on PKBJKsW 
XKNT DEPOSITS, and of " I "I i lull 
(7 3-10) per cent, per annum on SHORT DEFOOZBL, 
for the semi-annual term *"^**'*g D c oa m br Srtk 
1S74. payable on and after the 90th ineUat. 
JAMS8 BBBSON. 
January JOth, US5. 



PACIFIC MAIL 

STEAMSHIP CO. 

For China and Japan. 



Leave Wharf earner Flra* aad 
Brannan Streets u t uij aM finite KAT- 
UKDAY, at Noon, for 

YOKOHAMA and HONG KONd 



Line for Shanghae via Hlogo and Ni 

For New York a 

VIA PANAMA. 

Sfceamers leave at 13 it every alternate WBDVKtV 
DAY. connecting via Panama Railroad with ana aC gm 

the Company's Steamers from AspimraU to JPjv 
Yort ^ 

FOR FAUVIMA « 



Calling at all the Califomian, 1 

American Porte. Btrm mnra leave at 13 o'clock noaa. 
every alternate TBTFRSDAY. _____ 

AST Throu^i tickets sold to and from Iiva_ 
PtK)L. QUEEN STOWN. SOTn^rfAJMDP TOg. B-UC 
BffiS. BREST, HAVRE, HAJfBTJBG, WIKITIM 
COPENHAGEN and NOB WAY. 

Each ship carries an eiperieaced Snrgae—. M _- J - 
cal attendance freo 

For Santa Barbara, Sail Pedro, Loa 
Acgelos, Anaheim & San Diflgo. 

Stearaers leave at 9 o'clo ck ^ m , 

For SAN ETJENATXimTRA and HUENKMht 
calling at intermediate points. Steamer _a— _ at A 
o'clock p. X. , -_. — „ -,-J 

NO EXTRA OHABOE for Meah or mUliliai-L 

For Dates of Sailing see Daily Paper-. 

Apply for freight or passage at the 

Pacific Mail Steamship Cos 



JOININGS 8. OOX. 



S. F. and ». P. R. R. Co. 



Oh and after December* 1874, the _ 

ANTELOPE, OajA. WARNER. wiU leave San 
ciaco daily (8ondaya excepted) from Front and* 
street Wharf at -rOtt o'clock. P. M., connectnc a. 
Donahue's TAntiiTtj^ with tbe cars for Pe— i a-aay 
Santa Rosa, Healdsburg. Cloverdale; also _"i_h 
with staf^es for Sonoma, UTriah, Point Arena, 
•iocino. Lakcport, Clear Lake, and for the 
Springs of Mark West. BartJett, Htchianda, 
and the great natural wonder, the GsVYBjEL_^ 
turning, the ©ara will leave Cloverdale at 6^A ^ * 
connecting at Donahue Landing with tha steaaMr, 
ajid arriving at San Fraudseo at 11:15. 

Tbe shortest, quickest and best ronte .••_•■_' 
GREAT GEYSBR3— W. O. TAN AUN a M » 
EENNEY'S Stage Ronte. - __ 

No freight can be received after 1 JO o'clock «_« 

For further information apply at Company ac_---r 
■1,6 Montgomery street. 

P. DONAraTTK, 
P. H. GBEDES, 

aolO-tf Geoeral Paasanger and Ticket 



SAN FRANCISCO BATHS 

rlairdressing Establishment. 

636 Tf a.thlnBton atreet, 
below KeamyrpRIOES RK-- 

DUCED: Baths, 25 cents. 8hav- " 

ing, -25 cents. Hair cutting. 35 ^jg 

cents, Shampoo%ig, 35 oente. ~ ~ 

Medicated Baths. »e 3-tf JOHN GRT—T 



GEO. __.. CAS*** 

39 3Ion is ornery SCrecl, 
Opp. LMc HoQse, 
Dcotistry in aQ Ht branches, at 
■__30-_m 




^^^ h .1'. UIO F.\ 'EKYWIIEKX.fi 

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$ Hals! Hats! Hats! $ 



R.l. •-■ .»^.l all »»»••■< 
■ u. N'-i'l- a** plaPaV; 




fil.tH *-tj IW. 



BaM la»l h«T« »r«? fateM ■ 

Kail AM free, tee w.i.-l if ta**-r; 

Hi. iIOh, T»o ul TV™. Mhn; 
I lalliwl eed .oeoUr.; 
u.nlta«.dn.uir. 



Hm .rail laee. to* ail*, a; 

"Of, jll-ifW* 




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Hv. for • travel hair of for curfj; 
HM" '"' •r»T»Uoi. ibnMitwr. eeuiea; 
H*u nun proof in atone. uu'aHirv; 

.>« tof«U>«n 

Seea for »,.ry Kind of WMlMr; 

Hat. of rtlk. frit, ttnor mil bearer, 
H* ' * tli >'. Uraoet wear foromr; 

Rat f. "■ ra ead e^erriiur plecee; 
ll*u» of Ktyle. ko wear at raore; 
Hate ante which a room to enter; 
HaU .'• t acorae of wfld adreature. 



— — 

BAN FRANCISCO 



CHINA NEWS! 



IS^URD KVEBl SATURDAT. 



The Only lYIedi 



THAT B&aCHrB TBS 



vxouaaasr 



CHINESE POPULATION! 



EKJ&EG 



ORGAN OF AMUSEMENTS 

fnm ■■■■« tu a>i*biuiMd 

Places of Amusement 



Ul UAH IRANOIS0O 



CIRCULATED EVERY DAY 



PI Til* TUB 






or TBC. . 



Co be Obtained at "The 



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GREAT IXL 
otlon 3HCo-u.se, 



6(6,618 and 620 

KARNY ST., COS. COMMERCIAL. 



Pacific States and Territories. 



Translations Mads 

FBOU. 

ENGLISH OR CHINESE 
At Storteit Hotice, by .ppiTlog tt 



S32 Merchant Street. 
B0GARDTJ3 & GORDON, Publishers". 



OBNRRALLY THROUGHOUT THB CITY 




^IVIIFACTUBPI 



BUCKLEY'S NEW VARIETY 



T HID A.TTT* ■». 

H W mm bmuf and Flo. Mn.1. ^— «„ 

BJip'BT'CKLJ V k JIM 11- 

lloao.s .i-l Rwlbklif 
B iWi.ikM. ijea^Miaderl J < mn« 

T Trnn nnan SuoOOBSt 
OUR CRAND COMB'NATIONI 

(\auUtrntf ol • Troop.- <4 Artift. I'm <iiia!K,1 hi 
>IlilNtI-fll».> . t/l»I-«-.-. l(lll'l<'M<111A 

IMHEKHK HUCUE8B OV 

BIL.LT WSI8T 

• Aiwtn»liwl 

Nn»lil im> "i»«. Alii nix-r. MAJTt 
THIS EVEJCIHO JAWOAMT SS 



To. rrrfnrroapw will OoBun wtlh • 

FIRST PART OF WIT, SOfIG «N0 FDI 

riuiebleg »ith the VMUCTV WALK AUOlTier,. 



DOMESTIC TROUBLES. 

Moruraore Wteteeea and ere* 

^. ■■ ■•;.\u.-.u.\ 
ftoog and Daaee John Irlll 

HhIIiuI -i- .. .....*■»*« «UO) 

Kitnjn Holn CeeTlPT Mrl llw 

Scrlo-Tetnlr Mm .... ....... Ida JB* 

mini Mnlllr letorrrat 

ivrlo-tomlr lent, Wllllf Martael 

Gaily the Troubadour 






MortUnorv . . 

HON*. IM» DANCE. 
Souk ■ 

I-AHVIHM' 

Mrs. MulUOOB 

turn I 4. mis 

iinivii BperlalttM 

Houc and Oanc« 



And.. 



.Doruy 



Carrfo miiiu 

Manlo Brewer 

. .JIquIhm Rol»Ln»*m 

Mllf ItLnncAe 

Unrrr l**-**/ 

Ua Wa4 



LAUGHING GAS. 

Character* by . ^ 

Allthe 2^« lo Ajrtlmi i#, 

M.dlrj Hong Mllll> Martini 

Konn Katie %mm 

Vocal lam Carrie Will as 

Fiiiict Dnnce IflHCKle Brewer 

i'omlr DIUt l-'aunr WrlMter 

ACTION DAKCB BILLY WMT 



To oonclude Mtb the Laughable Sketch, entitled 

TWO ARTISTS ! 

I^kerson.^. . . .. . ^. -Wert. And BoMaaoai 

IN BJBHEAH8AL- 

PBICES OF ABMISSIOS. 

Fantnette ...25 cents I Boxes.. 92 50 IDA f3 01 



DENTIST. 

BLt* BSMftTED HIS OPTICE 

. >■■ I so' torn No. S Keornr St 

to :*3 Xailut.treet. ever Wiillnir s.lnls 



A Great 
Variety of 



u&t® 




HATS 



In Great 
Variety. 



At the IXL APCTTOX HOUSE, \os. 616, 6IS and 6«0 KF, IKM STREET, Corner Commercial. 



All Kinds of the Finest Candy Mario 

at our Steam Oandy Fiwtory daily. All ordera, e»- 
pecisliy from the country, are solicited and rrfll he 
promptly attended to. 

Canty A Wajrnei*, 
sulB 107 Montgomery Street, near Sutter. 



THE LOWER 

CemstockMiningCo. 

IAS OPENED .BOOKS 



— re •*ifc*e*le)tlon« for a Limited! 

of stock, for s working csplUl. *i $2.50 pat 

■ stock will noon take its sUoe In the Stock 
e\ sad » lsrsc Mlnow in f rloc must occor M 
aarfc araps iw . ?' j 
■ adasti'ia tho grist t*omilwk lo^i on Gold 
^— -a, hwei us the Slrrer Hill and the Daytoa 

The wiark now done tm tho min« is aa follows : 
O e s ft h s f l. bvary timkwrcd. three compartmonta, 
•SO net dsep. 
Oaeahsrt, two couipsrtraonts. 1« feet dees. 
Ose hsclino, on the !odt», bO test deep 
Two tonneU. one ?» foct and onu 1» feet. 
stsasan, m*d« from one of Ibc croaacuU. run 
nam t?f to t?.MO per ton. 

Ih h. U. K Patent, (« the main lode. Stook is- 
*■**. S> eksrci to the foot. Mapi c»n be aeon and 
fcnlan ohuinut t at the olflce. Work to bu 
I an the min" at once. 
-~- s— *. V Prikli&r-L Kobert Sherwood, H. 
SJ^he. Captain E. R. Warsaw and Samunl A. 

P^ITOFIARD.., 
•PINlfY.... 
OUftTIS... 



fEruKi! 



ProsideQt 

Secretary 

. . SiijHjrmtt'i'.d'.'iil. 

. ^U* 1 " - •»« I»n « otnoe of the Prssidtjut. J. 

A. nStatd, 330 Pine »t., roonis 1 and ^. J»l5-2w 



XXTSLA. HARD KETAI, SCOTCH TYPE 

— J BB it aUCH.lKO, Ttvb ForrwDsits, 
JiBafjiag and London, beg leate to oslT attenUon to' 



BXTKA-HARD MBTAL TTPB. 

yaiafc •eswras the omb.ae 
■alaa^morcased durability __. 

I otbot *SoliUies of Hie Wading Londoaarid Ene- 
i and Hostch prortadat 1>a i l v Paeaaa. haa been 




the ooisblaW adra***,^ of hlafaer 

and dlnjinuhed wr>lcht, 

in; uial under tlw Hne 

jading London and En?. 

prortadat i>a i l v Panaa. has boeu 

asbe at lssst Twin* ax dukablb m the or- 

i metal, and has gained It eery oa.ver.ial 

^^ Tlie j jeat irsprrremcnti they bai'o in* 

io tbi-tr raaDuraoharo, ensfcla, them to 

Sta sf Mas mipsrisr m«ial witheat amy In- 

■ye upso the etdlnary nuality. 

T*e aev trse on which the Fin uto Is prlated ii 
°^ *■* ■*•»* fouadrt. Ki-sry arUele for a com.. 
! aastsaewser feh ertuthtf «fioe turaished st the 
sweat prtoet 

A large rt*ot rt nfrs. taper, rf| gj,., ^ w^jgha,, 
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THE ONLY GENUINE 

"Grand Duke Alexis Ties" 

XXsT T3BCB OITT. 

The Neatest and Most Comfortable 
Fitting Shoe 

EVER OFJF'JUiEt.XJjD 

....TO THS.... 

Ban Pranolaoo aPw.'tolio I 

....WITH THE 

Patent Elastic Goring. 



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Faton6ed Ang. W, 18TB. 



KHNTfl; CKNTJWE UNLESS STAMPED WITH 



THIS MONOGEAM 



OM EACH SHOE. 



Cheapest and Best Selected Stock 
Swtf'. L«Sin'. Kinei' and Infant'i ' 

SOOTS and SHOES 

EVES QEWBH) IN 8AS TBiBOISCO. 

BTaTWAXh ft JOBTES, 238 Ke&rny Screat. 

<WOeB8aOB3 TO BEEE8 * M&THA&B.) 




Tho Cheapest Place in the City to Bay 

TOTS, DOLLS, HAIR GOODS, 

Jewelry, Stationery, 
ZXPHYX WOOL, GLOVES. HOSIERY. RIBBONS, 

FLOWEBS, FEATHERS, Etc, Etc. 
I,WO n.man Hulr l.Htkr.. L*ae Hair Outside, 
• l.OJ, IH.'.OI). *3.50, 95.00, SW.D0. 

$0* ■■■» nalr SwltchM, all Laaz Hair. S3J0, 

» j.»9, *».«», SK'.OH, Sli.»», •30.M, $U.0S. 

I, Ma Bnma. Oalr Sirf.. CnrL*. .81.00 ami upward. 
Svrllokea made af Cmblnn, aww eta. per ounce. 



H. B.-Tk» Saw York Store ha. been EateV 

lUkad for Taan. and la the Leadins 

Oae in the City. 

!(• BBUCH BTOBBg. ftOOBS SENT C, O. D. 

ua.: S. <B/LJ»«tE»«S c > Kr ' 

I1JL Second Street, 

i Mlauaa a«d Mtvu. a V. BalMa* 



BOOTS AND SHOES. 
Grand Opening. 

Owlnfi to the lorreaacd nr.mand a>r 

his oelehrated perfect-fltting Boota and Shoes, P. 
KELLY, the Prize Bootmaker, 330 Biisb Rtreet, has 
been compelled to open a Eranoh Store at No. ESS 
Kearny, whero can be found tho flneat tasplaf ■» «b» 
dty. 



NO. 



.ss: 

PRIZE BOOTMAKER, 

335 BUSM STREET. 

BKAMCII IIOUSE: 



124 



Kearny 

oat 



Street. 



FREE AND EASY 
OH-flL3F«.IlNrCSr 



&A. T-. 



4* 



BI. 



•ax Hiasies .ticket. 

Wear Bwmdh. 

Every Samtttrdajr Pf iarht. 

THOOX WILD, n.lrau. 

CW Forth.r Hatl.a. . ^ ^ 

AS the lata* Soog. cut Satanla; BlaaL 
EAVLESaV WILB). 



REMOVAL NOTICE. 

Tit* taad MaHeasc Daian and Sa rttas; 

Bank of Osltfomis, have remore-1 frooi 143 POT 
8TRKKT to their Now Building. 034 0ALIF0S1T1A 
6TEKET,OorDcroi: Webb .,,, ^ _, , . 

J. H. FIPTt Preffldeat- 

Diho-tobs,- Aa* Karker, 0. Main, A. Hi 
John alortom. Jean aL Jolmsoa. Tbos. K, 1 
J H Fish. 

■030-lm JOHTf T CAJBTML gsereiafr 



PINE EVERGREENS, 
Wreaths a»U dreamer* 

AjtUatolati Satasr »* atary*a4*l4Sa»rg SI issv 

oa Mortnti rtreet, soar Ksaraj'. by 

- 4.1 




Erery Bay i» tb* Year, by 



538 saterchant and 537 Washing n Sts. 
B*-Jow Ucnt^omevT. San Fnmdsof. 



1T£X>N'iSDAY JANUARY 20 

Amu sements Eur. 

California Theatre. 

31*01 twed but a few more perfrtrmaBOes to eea>- 
-> M)W ibe principal majority of San Fowauco Ihea- 
ar«*ocra that Miss Clara liceris poaseaeee the mate- 
3ial «rf aa artist of umxvoal ml uosotnmon ability. 
That ranch of thii materiaj i* Mill erode and want- 
.lac is ffc -V U undeniable an 1 St times raaber 
a^l-jt- ut, but tbe true dereloptaent U sure to ccane. 
maul doea oome each day. To Judge Mias Morris' 
-fjbnWw by what we hare seen of her in "CamilW," 
■vipuid be ac nn.'iist as to .radge her performance of 
>>mnu rj her appearance in the first two acta of 
the js—mt plap. It la only whan trouble and misery 
t ^p to touch the ooqaeUe. that the better and 
suiter aide of her nature U perceived, and this gentle 
>md wathethie pha&c of the character. Miss Morris 
ji> ^n V ith a gfiDUeneM and pathw that one 
j^iyM. «*u cai) ccarmine. It may be said with but 
ii»l*fe«rfole«mtradioUc*Ltbattb«61tb»cthMu«er 
%nr eo well played in Ban Prancisco as Mtm Morri> 
-«*ill play it t*>al£ht, A *ood stage death is with 
f »nj m> mean gaaga of as actors talettt— a sorry 
«u«e at the best perhaps- but if this be allowed, then 
surely Mis* Morris is entitled to much oonsideratlcii 
Her truth! olnecs of lm1*r ft " T ' of the cad 
, a truthfoinesf carried out in eTery detail. If 
. to be looked upoo uwnoYed Mr. 
a has toned down his Gaston and is tv<j play- 
ing the pmrt better. "Camllle" until farther notice. 
"'ArUcJe *T in preparation. 



X*jk night this house was jammed and everything. 
-with the exception of the long acts double-ssscorad. 
wTiTiffr 1 '* aad Booker attract the greatest amount of 
n. and this rightly, for their performance is 
of the verdict "gcol, Tary good." Little 
• fair} like gambols form the wt fac t l c at'xac- 
a of a bill which is full of good features. The 
e to the rir« part, entitle: "The Opera in an 
"Uproar." m sosBething unusually good. It has a def- 
jjutaalm, la made the vehicle for the introduction 
toS some very pan&bte nrnsie. has more than a touch 
sal the burlesque, and end.* not tamely, as these 
m usually do, but in an "uproar" indeed of fun 
The music all through the evening is of 
* class, the ssaectloa by the orchestra being 
a and well jdayed. "■ 

■sgihlij'n »w Tariety Theatre. 

Vfce new bJl attracts full hvusea nightly "Doa-es- 
t*'t TnmUci, ' "Giiij- tne Troubadour.* "Laughing 
45a*," and "The Two Artists" are the principal acts 
Ad* the HI» besides which. Miss Millie Martini in her 
■vdley aoug. ai .pears each evening Billy W«t, the 
sjstas wad dance "•'»>•' U also on the bill. 

Third Cosmopolitan Bal Misqoe. 

The pTeparaGoni foe the third of these balls are 
aimosa oonu>uK«d and everything promises that this. 
4sse last will be the best. For the procession, our, 
xmt htuadied people have been engaged to forma 
rateable nucleus around which the visitors may rally. 
an the axrvcrtiaed feature* will be carried out to the 
addition to which many new and taking 
will be introduced. Don't forget neat 



Woodward's Cordon*. 

Osa Saturday and Sunday the Phoitte Troupe of 
eea^tk- at* t disjointed daneers in their original delin- 
wsstione of the grotesque, and poetry of metion. Leg- 
p ^ nw , tftc Mods. Joseph will also fire his 600-pound 
ran in. with a man on it. on his shoulder. 



Of Amusements, Excursions, Lectures, and 
Oeocerts, are directed In the splendid Printing 
Jsstabhshnieirt of B. F, Bterrtt, 6S2 Clay Street, 
•«wer the San FranL-iaco Market. The largest Poet- 
g«, in Plain or Fancy Colors, are turned out in 
ahe shortest possible ppaoe of time. Also, Beau 
rifol Progmnrazs, TicLerU, etc, t-tc, printed to 
gcoit themoet tastidingjf. Mr^dterett keeps coo- 
' orVht oolored pa- 
ijiryed for 
! arc very HtUe in advance of plain white 
Streamers of various sixes, from IB to 42 
i.ich setters, in stock, of all colors of paper and 
*sk- Thcitrc Managers are especially lDv4ted to 
oafl for est ■orates. This weD-known Printing House 
was estaheshod by the present proprii. i : 
•sad toe been in successful operation over sjpee 



sssianVrr'a dab Ilost»e 6amfiac«*>* 

A d ffteo c fl table delicacy. They are made of 
ssssry lid pork, are admirably seasoned, and arc 
mm superior to the ordinary dry-, tasteless saus 
acre mark' of boef. and perk mixed, as anything 
<wa Ve rrnafined. Made fresh every morning at 
Bankers Stall, 74 and lb eUofonua Market, Cmli- 
whraia Mreet esurance. Try them. »-b 



»IM irdr-ft 54* rTansilatsrU* atl-eeC 

French calf boots made to order for fS; box toed 
vawrtcrsmark to order tor $0; oxford tie shoes made 
lo srder for *; boys' boots made to order for »: 
aaad large asfc-rtmesrt of boots and shoes, all es* 
Barkhardt's own make, at equally low sales, at MO 
Wsfftrngion street. n 

Bsssllsaay « onXcetlomcry. 

A fine assortment of holiday candies and new 
ttgylec of Christmas tree trimmings, fancr boxes, 
stsavsome bon-bons, cornueopias, sugar fruits and 
sms* articles yust received at J. Vogeley & 
Brothers, rate of the Mechanics' Fair of 1S74, *2rJ 
Second street, near Grand Hoteh 




his study more partwuVarly to 

and specroc practic, and as such is now 

suxtcsatul of any Physician in San Pran* 

f %l» Sacramento street, eomer of 

a few doors below the What Cheer 



K- WatcAr^. 
ah* best (foods at the lowest price*, at H. 

corner of Second and Mings on A 
t of chains, Jewtsry, etc, Call and 



BsWWJI ETBB. 

Brown eyes, with nashiig gleams of light, 

. V'eaniiBg face and sunny bair ; 
Brcsrn wyes, come meet my ga* ' 
And say. am 1 reflected iher^ .* 

This timid droop, or far-tiS 
This mischievously shy askaiict. ; 

A riddle, or balf-clos^- 

■ r -aea*. 

Frown eyes, at lest you rau« rv 
If heart hatfa nothirn: u> coau->. 

Wry dothe ejes so much conceal t 

Ah. treacherous, naughty, erucl eyes, 
That seeti SO kind, yet will not S9»y 

The lUtie word upon which lies 
My happiness. WaU ! have yourway. 

(teod-bye, brown eyes, good-bye, good bye ; 

StiU d rooping— then the part is past. 
What, tears t Dear eyes, 1 kiss them dry — 

Those blessed tear; told all at last. 



He. She mil if. 

A popular clergyman says it is interesting 
to observe bow many people go to tbe cir- 
euB "just to please tbe cbildreI^ ,, and Tery 
curious to notice tbat sometime? it take* 
several able bodied men and motherly wo- 
men to look after* one little boy or girl in 
sneb an occasion. 

Last week a St C'roir. girl, in a fit oi 
anger because she couldn't get her foot into 
& small Bhoe, seized a earring-knife and eut 
off her little toe. 

A few months ago, a man in Texas started 
a dally paper, and soon lost all his money 
and one of his ears. Instead of shaking the 
dust of Texas off hi i feet, he opened a glaea 
eye establishment, and is now fast retriev 
in? bis fallen fortunea. 

A German in a western town who has 
not paid much attention to learning Eng- 
lish, had ahorse stolen from bis barn tbe 
other night, whereupon he advertised as 
follows : — "Ton nite, de oder day, wen I 
▼as bin awake in my shleep, I heare some- 
tings Tat I tinks vas not yust right in my 
barn, an I out scmrmpB to bed and runs mit 
the bean out; and ven T vas dere coom I 
seez dat my pig gray iron mare he vas Lin 
tide loose and mn init the staple off; and 
efer who vil him back pring,I yust so much 
pavhiin ati vas bin kushtomary.'" 

Poor young slung I she fainted away at 
the washtub, and her pretty nose went ker- 
slop into the soapsuds. Some said it was 
overwork; others, however, whispered that 
her beau had peeped over the back fence 
and called out; "Hullo, there, Bridget, is 
Miss Alice at home P 

"Step in," said a boring cheap clothier to 
a countryman. **Tbe cheapest goods in the 
market." '"Have you any fine shirts?" "A 
splendid assortment, Bir." "Are they clean *" 
"Of course, sir — clean. ! to be sure." 
"Then,'* said the courrfayman, gravely, 
"you had better put one on." 

Miss Braddon lookB like the Principal of 
a girl's school or a spinster aunt. She is 
tall and rather angular, past forty, wears 
her dark and gray-streaked hair cut short, 
and has coarse lines about the mouth and a 
deep furrow between tbe eyes. 

An Iowa man has invented a ten-barrele*) 
shot-gun, and the face of the small boy 
who didn't know it wa3 loaded is fairly ra- 
diant with a hideous leer of satisfaction. 



Bsurberons. 

A Clay street barber was yesterday 
lathering the face of an old gentleman, pre- 
paratory to shaving him, when his attention 
was called to the other end of the shop for 
an instant He did not see tbe old gentle- 
man gape, and the latter had his eyes ehnt 
and didn't see that the barber was not 
minding hie business. Of course, the brush 
heavily la leu with soap, entered the mans 
mouth, and in his sudden surprise he shut 
= down hard. Tbe barber said he 
was very sorry, and all that, bat the victim 
jumped down, spit the soap out, crushed en 
his hat. and left the shop with the lather 
still foaming on ons side of hie face. He 
didn't say a word as he went ont; he was 
above words. 



Santa Clans 

Is not a myth If New Tear's candies ol every 
kind, shupc and color (both home-made and im- 
ported), is any proof of tbe existence of the timc- 
honorsd deitf, of presents for little ones. In fact, 
George Haas & Co., No. SO Kearny street, has fac 
similes of Santa Clous (in Candy) that are really 
good enough to eat. His holiday stock of home- 
made candies and bon-bon boxes cannot be ex- 
celled anywhere, as a visit to his store will show, a" 



Do \©t Suffer from (tnu. 

The unfortunate sufferers from Corns, Bunions 
club and Ingrowing Nails, cah find instant relief 
by applying at Dr. R. H. Cowan's institute, re- 
moved to 212 Kearny street, from 1 to 6 p. a. \V« 
speak from experience, having tested the Doctor's 
capability. Kescrcn^e grren If required. 



rue Antelope Oyster Bshuc. 

Our specialty, always the best oysters in market 
served up in the best style of cooking. Our 
Eastern transplanted oysters excel any other in 
market Established in ISM. No. 612 afaxket 

near Montgomery. 




Win not appear tins season, but she dampooant- 
a set is more than repaid by the beautiful display 
«* CesBStmw Goods s* Mayers' Bazaar, corner 
JsssrTtiwiry aad Pir. _r«e«e, * 

fay 



st* rea* from S4 to flO per 
JLettm, Chase t Co., No. 638 Cm; stepet. 



Washing metmrmed In One Day* 

And we never -"frr"*"*. ** tbe What Cheer 
Lauaury. No Chtnajneai employed. 



The Emerson Piano ts the finest and iTsnncs* 
Piano in tbe market to-day lor sjmaral ate. Kofa- 
Itr, Chase k Co., 6B3 Cray street * 



Medical Wonder. 

The great ewe for rDeumatk: and other pains, 
colds, snraias, et*. Fvr sale erexywhere. 



ReTotTcra vs. Monaarh Pnxnna. 

Yesterday, about dinner time, Jep Bice 

observed a seedy dead-beat slipping into 

..-.room without registering laimself 

's office. On sterppiug into 

the hall he observed the hungry patron lay 

jng in a -enerous pupply of first-class grub 

in the most approved etylc. Times being 

hard. .Tep could not stand the onslaught on 

bis bili of fare without revenge, so he sent 

for Mr. Matson, who soon appeared and 

I himself at the door. 

After a long siege at tbe table our cadav- 
erous D. B. MD^eeted a toothpick and 
walked carelessly to the street door, where 
he was politely stopped by Mat who asked 
him if he had dinner. On replying that lie 
had dined, he was marched in to interview 
Jep. 

•'Well.'' said Jep. "You had dinner?" 

,r Yes." 

"Did you have a good dinner*:" 

"Yee, one of the .best I ever had in my 
life, and the only meal I have eattm for 
three days." 

"Well, how di^ybu like thebijl of fare?' 

"Oh, fust-rat*.* 1 

"Have you paid for it f 

"No, but I am iust gang down to get a 
little money, and 'will come hack and set- 
tle it." 

"Well, that donfc pay my bills, so we 
will just settle rijfht'here," said Jep, reach- 
ing away under the counter in a threaten- 
ing manner. 

"Hold on, Mr. Rice,"' said D. B. looking 
alarmed. "What are you reaching forf 

"A revolver," said Jep. 

"Oh, well,' 1 said the dead-beat, "that's 
all right I was afraid you were* reaching 
for a stomach-pump," 

Jep'caved in at this cool rejoinder, in- 
vited him to be Buxe to be around at supper 
time, and took the crowd down to drink. — 
Lwceiixnrrth Commercial. 



Little Johnny on tbe Parrot. 

Parrots is a bird wich tocks with its 
mouth like fokes. It was discovered by 
Sir Criasof er Clumbiis wen he f oun Ameriky. 
My sisters young man he says wen Olumbus 
landed out of his ship he wocked along the 
shore, and he see a naked man, and he said 
to the man I've discovered your country. 
Then the man he looked at Clumbus, and 
he said you have discovered it were it was- 
sent lost, for it has been here all the wile, 
and we have been a usin it. Then Clumbus 
eaid I epose that is so, but I've foun you, 
any how, but the man he said wot a idee, 
you is foun your own self, thats how it is. 
Then Clumbus he said there is some thing 
in that too, but I didden come ol the way 
to San Salvadore, for thats wot Clumbus 
called it, to bo tole wots wot by a Injin. 
Wen he said that, the other man he turnd 
up his nose and wokt a way, savin to hissef 
wot a fool that feller mus be, cos this issent 
San Salvadore, but Muckatuek, and we 
aint Injins but Pollywottymies. Clumbus 
he herd b*To say it, and he Ecratciit his head 
and thot a wile, and said to his own self 
may be I hsint done no such great thing 
after el, and may be I aint so clever as I 
thot I was, and I better go back to Spane. 
Were my sisters young man pickt up such 
a foolish story I dont kno. Parrots bils is 
like a Jews nose, only they dont bio it, but 
hooks it over their perch andpuls theireelfs 
up, and I never seeu Jew a doin tn*at, 

A Cat-on. 

An old army surgeon was very fond of 
.perpetrating a joke en others, though very 
angry at being made a subject of one him- 
self. At a dinner, when the t decanter 
passed freely and frequently, a brother of- 
ficer said : **Doctor, I've got a letter from 
Captain G.-^ — , and 111 wager you a dozen 
old port that you can't gueee in fourguesses 
how he spells cat. 1 ' "Done," said the doc- 
tor. ''Commence guessing,' 1 baid the offi- 
cer. - " K-a double-*." " No." " Kat-e.' ? 
"No; try it again." " C-a-double-t.** 
"No; try agau* — its your last chance.'' 
" C-a-g-h-t," " No ; thundered the wag, 
"you've lost your wager. 5 * "How did he 
epell it, then 5" inquired the doctor, with 
great petulance. "Why, he spelled it 
c-a-t," replied the wag, with the utmost 
gr a v i ty, amid the roars of the mess. The 
doctor sprang up, choking with rage, ex- 
claiming: "Gentlemen, I am too old to be 
trifled with in this manner. "' 



OPERA HOUSE. 
EMEBS0rfQimSTB.EL3l 

OP THE -SVORLD-EENOWMED SOKG AXB DAJJCE MEN, 




PART FIRST— Grand Vocai and Instrumental Coowrt. 



INTRODUCTORY OVERTURE ,. 

BALLAD-SILVER TOREAliS AMOXG THE GOLD J. HL DATSB 

COMIC SONG— WILLIE HA? GOXE FOR A SOLDLER .EKK COTTOB 

BALLAD-DABLIKij AILEEN O W. V ' 

COMIC SONO-HAVK YOU SEEN LOUISA BILLY I 

BAJLLAD-8HE-S WAITING FOE US TBEP.E J. &. 



Descriptive Finale THE OPERA IN AN ITROAR 

BY THE EVTIKE COMPACT, 

HpiljT~^icoNu^ 
IalTTItE MAG'S - - ESSENCE 



in Their Specialties 



III 



OF LUflOA! 



JEFF....AfterwnrdB Lacca 

MB_ CRU8TY Pond of Curioeities 



EiLir 

j. r. < 

FRISKY D. i. SBD 

JOHNftUN „Her Agent J ft lttv «l.« 

MON8, CROUPE .... J SKH&B1S 

MISS I'ASST CRUSTY B. U2CDKK 

VISITORS.... MESSES. HARLEY, SHERWOOD. DAVIS. JAY. ETC. 

BILLY EMERSON. 

THE WATCH DOG'S GRIP! 

ME. MUTTONGEUBBER 1 j = 

SILAS WILLIAMS I W AM 

GEORGE j ]f! 

BENJAMIN BROWN ....:......"....."....."..'".'.""»nF COITOU 

ESMEBELDA JENNIE SFuS«A« 

Serensders. Villages, Etc.. by tao Company. 

SELECTIONS.. 




REUBEN GREEN After a slice of tbe Bi« Eotumai BTJJ.Y _ 

LANDLORD I .^^i.» 'i Tit Ti ■ ■ ■■■ 

the mischievous monke Y: . . . His Great chmte":"::;::::::"::::::::: umliSS 

MAOPIRE S NEW THEATEE TO LET. APPLY AT BOX OFFICE OF THE OPEEA HOUSE: 



PIPER'S OPERA HOUSE. 

VIKCIMA CUT, KETADA. 

JOHK PIPHR pBOPRiargai 



This Elccant Theatre can be Rented by 

the night or week. Stars ami trareling companies 
liberaUj trsatod with ou application to 

JOILV PIPEK, 
Manager and Proprietor, 
Or to J. O. HeCABE, 
jn2S-t* 333 Boah street. San Frandsoa 



Crtat sssursnims In Clothinc. 

The only store In the city that htslthe hvrgecrt- 
ehe&pest and nnest assortment of Hen's and Boys 
Gothing, is H. Peyser's Hontgomery Avenue Cotb- 
Ing Store, V9 Monts^>mejy street, between Wash- 
ington and Jaekson. Also, a large assortment of 
Men's and Boys* Overcoats and Cloaks, and the 
finest stock of Gents' Farnisbaig Goods, Trunks, 
Valises, etc 2-x ' 

Clara Aatonia, 1L D,, de Parts, Business and 
Medical Clairvoyant aatWndependent Trance Me- 
dium, 134} Post street, near DuponL Correct di 
agnoris anil special attention to the treatment o 
diseases. Consultations in French, German and 

Fjtjlicri 0*4 

IT Ton ' 

Peel the need of phos^boros (nerve food), take a 
course of sea-water oaths at the Sat itariuaa foot of 
Powell street, Horth Beach. Exchnsve department 
snd lady attendant fur ladies, Fire ttekete tor $1, 

^ ■ 
Fresh ami Sweet 

For the best eonfectiosMry, go to Ca&t^ and 
Wagner's, 107 Montgomery 0t > 



The Decker Grand Plane is the Riso of all oth 
era, wisbeut exception. B isnP, ChaM ft Co. 
Agan^OeS Qno-nstet. « 



METROPOLITAN THEATRE 

IAOBAMBNTO- 

to udebsTT, 

By the MjJit. «Te«k, or Uosib, from 

Nor. 1st For terms apply at the Theatre, or by 
letter to W. K. MORHOVr, Proprietor. Sacramento. 
N B.— I have no authorized A£*ent anywhere. 
mb2x-t< 



OPERA HOUSE, 

KAJi JOSJS, CALA. 



This Beaatlfol and Ifeirlr , Renovated 

Theatre \* w be let by the Ni^Lt, Wefck, or Month, 
at reasonable tcraoa. 
ap2i-t/ G. BF.OHAJSKA, ProprietoJ'. 



MOZART 

8IOCKT0S, 



HALL, 

CAL. 



To l>t by the XJeht or Week, for *>ra- 

matic PerforaiflJiCes, Concerts, Lecturefl, etc., at rea- 
sonable rates. Address J. A. Woodman, Proprietor 
and Lessee. Stocktos. For particulars enquire of 
W. I>. Lewis, 506 Commercial street, Ban Fran- 
cisco. N. B. Music furnished on all cccasions. 
ocl2-tf 



VARIETIES. 

Fan, Pleasure. Tariety and 
Beauty. 

NO 33C?XJja.Xji. 

In this Pleasant Resort 

ost aut j ' * ( 

*■«•■•» an Evening 

MOST DELIOHTFULLT; 

Here tbe Kindest Attention i* Tendered 
to Bota strangers and Residents. 

Tbe Proprietor having catered to tbe wants of the 

FTHMOVIHG PTTS1IC! 
Both Here and in Virginia City 

HAS ATTAINED A 
Popularity IneaaUed ON TUB COAST I 

TBB PRETTIEST - OF TALENT! 

....AJtP.... 

THX FXNX8T OP KVXHYTH1WG 

IBS. A. C. SCOW, PROPRIETOR 

,,— ,, f, ^..COEKKE...; 

Sacfamemo «f| Kearny Sts. 



OROFINO THEATRE, 

rOBTLiJfD, Ores**. 
....aKD.... 

THEATRE BU1AL, Tietaritv 

Lessee and Manageress, 

MISS FANNY MOKC AJC 



Tlie above Thentres sure mtm 

tbe Fall and Winter Season witn a 1 
Company. Stars having two or man 
can apply as abort, or to J, II. flfe 
Bu&b street, San Francisco. 



PACIFIC HALL, 

CALIFORNIA THEATEE 3t r ILDUTe 
SAX FBANCISCO. 



This Fine Hall can be Rented Mr Br» 

m^tic Pencrmanees, Operas Concert?. BWUa, TjSe 
turea, Eeneiits. etc.. by tbe Night or Wees, on rem. 
ponable terms. Pacific Hall has just hses ilmssrij 
r^atted, frescoed and svpplU d with a Kew Stag* aai 
Scenery, and will accommodate 1,510 j — 
every &eat m full view ol tbe stage. S" 
ply at tbe Hail, to 
oc22 3m Thoa. j 



OH£T£Nlf£ OPERA 

OfJEYEMKE. WYOWltfe TiRfirrtitt- 

Thl» Ponnlar TlicaArc Has Bsei Httn .- 

ly EoQtted and Decora tear Plrst-esssa •ftavi-mrr'fs 
Coiujiunies or Dramatic Stars coming Sast wiS ■• - 
treated Lberally upon application either by tdt^ra^b: • 
or in person. Addreae all communication* to . 
JAJEE8 McDAjniTU 



lock Box No. 1, Cheyenne, Wj*. T«c Istt 



McDANIEL'S THEATRE. 

CHEYENNE, WYOMING TOIITUT. 

Open the Tear Round With a FtoM-naa 

Variety Company. Variety AriEts coming Thsl iai i 
at all times secure First-Oloss ni(,nriTiiiSMSl 
be artists of acknowledged ability and hi 
T-ardrobe. No othera need apply. Address 

JAMES McBAJSIKE, 
Lock Box No. 1, Cheyenne, Wyo. Ter. 



Beth Male and Female Tatar 



t> us* 



Will do well by conimuBicatiiig ■ 

ON TrTETR WAY EAST 0B 1 

AS VTK WAKT OOOO ABTBBJ. 
To Wnom Good Salaries WJU k* TmtC ■ 
Address H. B. WMIRO A T*^ 



oc37 



Theatre €«&fi«M 
EviBRto*. IT. 



THOS. W. SEEE & CO, 

Braes Founders and Finisaera. . 

BEER FAUCETS a Spociartjr. 
MAAI.FACTI BJEKS 

AHD EEPAIRERS OF 



^ 



DRUMS, BftNJCS, AND 

Cold and Silver Platers.* 

SPOONS and FOKKSmadc as Good at ] 

Lej-soas siTen on the Banio 

MS Mission street, between First and 

N. B.— Fine-toned Silver Solo Banjos, lor 
sionals always on band. 



T. E. Roaa. 



W5L 



ROSS & ASUNGTOlt. 



Bxcsssmee Board liic and Bale 

BtaMe, 15« Tehama, off Third Street. 
Cure of Boarding and Bate Heraee a 
Specialty. Sale Horses always on 1 

hand. Breaking and Wfmntny Colts, 

*Ui , with care. 
iS. B. Cb'i.pjDEorHc«e«dooewiah 

care and dispatch i 

Prothera' Patent Mi___ 

everybody. Price. BIX 



• 




w ■ —*■--* rsss. 



SAM rRAJf CISCO, THTRSDAT. JANUARY 21, l 






VOL. XXI. 



SULLIVAN 

anlCORHEID 

[ No. 14 MoatRotnory Stroc ' 

V*U A, 

, ILOAKiJ l UIT: 

: in voim. i\ ,... ,,,, . 



HAVE YOUR PICTURES ! 



NEW YORK GALLERY 

So. OS Third St., 

a. < nusa« 

CaMaet Pi Warts Osly 14 Per Dotwi ! 



PALACE OF FASHION, 

A. MORRIS, 

Merchant Tailor, 



> W n 1 1 n ll» a» 

CUSTOM-MADE GOODS! 

m |ll» ».! ■ lUlM WM by odliiw uxl 
iiHiini Uatt u«* Mm fclnf abralun. 

My Prices Defy Competition. 



CALIF0H1T1A THEATEE. 



RE 1 "- 



■ ■» n M *>. 

II ■■ 

v. fc.l i M 



' 



Till <1R*\T Ollrl • -.SB, 

MISS CLARA MORRIS! 



w 



IM*ITI\ aLY LAST N1UIIT of Dl'MAV Ibwuillc Dmu, In B Arl 



BssiBt«s Suit. $30 

4 X Beaver Dress Sails 56 

SeK<M Orereosta 16 

Csssimere Pasts , 

Black Beaver Pasts 10 

Silk YeWet Teste. 9 



No. 17 Secon dStre et> 



CruulMd. 



C1MILLE S188 CLARA MORRIS 

ARMANI) Dl-VAL « BARTON HIIX 

'•'•''■ **■ HF.NHV F.DWAKIIH 

UAinxiN ***n .. ROBERT l'ATIMAN 

OOVtt Da VARVILIJt KELSON Dft 

onrTAv c. a mestaykk 

IQMEN'iKI: MVRISY WOODS 

HADAMK PHUDKNCE DUVKRNAY. MII.1 .T1IMH 

mcsExn Miss jams lkk 

NAN,XB MI88 BELLE OIIAFMAN 

OLVMrK jjjgg ^juhju WTATT 

In Act Kim will be Introduced • NEW SONO, compowd and urwgti oxptxadjr for the occasion by CHAS. SCHCLTZ 

■au 
"THE BONO TO CAMILLEI." 

SIXU BV MB. BOUEBT PATRIM 1>. 



ACT* Ut and 2d SPRING I A ROOM IN PAEIS. 

ACT 3d SUMMER! THE HOME IN THE COUNTRY. 

ACT 1th AUTUMN ! GRAND SALOON and BAAL ROOM ! 

ACT 5th WINTER ! CAMILLE S DRESSING ROOM. 

"All Nature Hopes for Spring." 
FRIDAY EVENING, will be presented the powerful Drama, adapted troin the French by AUGUSTIN DALY, entitled 

■188 < 1 (lit MOBBI8 as COB 1 

SATURDAY, JAM tUY CHI, 




Txx 'F»x'o-&&,jr£xt±oxx 



^.1L.T2K.1&. 



PACIFIC 

LAW BEPORTIB 

I88UED EVERY TUESDAY. 
FOURTH YEAR OF PUBLICATION 



Publishes all the California Supreme 
Gourt Reports. 



Only Legal Jonrnal Published West 
of the Mississippi. 



IT I1AS UMT.rWEO TUG CORDIAL. KVDORSE.Vt.Yr 
OP TOE PROFESSION AS A 



RELIABLE AND INDISPENSABLE AID TO 
THE PRACTICAL LAWYER. 



J. P. BOGARDUS, Publisher. 



24 Post St. , San Francisco 



.— —... -.-a College 

«■ lbs Oeats. Its irUotUa sn qtuJlfled lor busi- 
sasB and enabled to SB tauxsUv* sHuatiocts at odoo. 
leanac fays* stkOUM iiimiuo tkts school bef on at- 
l as, rtiw g lIiusslio. For ralonnatlon call at the 
— ' s, "■*•. 3s Post street, or address K. P. Heald, 
•Qto-tf 



"THE VILLA," 
©OLDEN GATE PARK, 

«*• BalUKo* havta« 'art baas completed, ii 
>j^ * fc *y* p . *y° *» *** P*t>Ua. Tt. • boosalaala- 
4sb*4* *«*■■*■&. and baa 

Four Puttllo Parlors, 



9m Private Dining Rooms, 

Y-Mvtolaba4affba.lt, net like a pabUeboUl 
bat ss it ia i 



An Elegant Villa. 

■ 3S i . ll.i4im Dtanta. ua Bosv.ii 

li.mliiU.iun.1 utla. 

CUIOO MANCENBERC. 




PROGRAMMES, 

And all kladt at Frtatla. /or 

Shows, Lectures, 

Concerts, Theatres, 

Excursions, Ac. 

ax low una, by 

B. P. STEEETT, 

633 CtAT STRBBT. 



Attention, Good Livers! 

v. m. reroes a cow 
Mt NEKS' RESTAURANT, 




4aa.Et.lL tolOe. M. a0Mt 



I aaAIW Market 
• (r*aafa.aa,a>M*.aa. 



THE CLIFF HOUSE! 

toARIHG OCEAN!" SURGING BREAKERS 
FOAMING SURF, MOhS.ER SEA LIONS 

Appetizing Breakfasts, iuneheb. 
Dinners and Suppers. 

BRING TOUR WIPE! 

SUING YOTJH P/VMILVt 
■ RING YOUR LADY FKTJENDS 

AsdaaioTSTisw of t&e Soest OOKAN PANO- 



Crolcleu Gate. 

With aflattof wbHe .win ead mesBeDKern entaiiiig 
from avarj part of thu oommerciiu world. 

asp-Nsw Una Bastes, ooDoesting with Street 
Oars at Lone Mountain ersry 15 minute* hereaftti 
for the Uhtr Bouse jrl-fcf 



X- A.1X GLIii Y 'e* 
SAN FRANCISCO DIRECTOBY, 

1B75. 

Established, 1857. 

TUc IMiiiuiu or the Above Reliable 

work has bean commenced, audits completion will 
be secured as early as the charooter of the work will 
ponslt. In the meantime, the undersigned will es- 
teem, tt a favor to be notlned of any change of 
firms, removals, new arrivals In the city, or any 
other alterations or omissions that may have taken 
plaeoalncethe Information for the work was col- 
lected by the canvassers. 

HENRY O. LANOLEY. Proprietor. 

CIS OLoy street, near Montgomery, Up Stairs. 

jal2 



OAKLAND DISTRIBUTING AGENCV 

TAYLOK <St CO., 

BiH and Card Distributors 

FOB OAKLAND ami Tlclnltr. 

Will toithfully uuike distribution* 

Circulars. Dodgers, Cards, 

And every description ol 

Printed Slattor 

At most Reo.ou.ble rate.. 

TATI.OR * CO. SI9TRIBCTI 

" FIGAHO " 

la OtJdaod ever, day, and m to be relied apoo' 
gW •rtlrr. BccclTCd at thla Office. 



TBS BOCSSHOLS Tuxm&mxa CO 

3M PINK STREBff, 8AH FBANCISOO. 

TlaruMl, Plaalslicd. Japanaed, «so<n 
•ad BtJtan Ware, Brua Copper, firc-OUt uri 
ruiaddooda 

Omamantal and Artlattc a.u.«ai>ia 
ArttoUa. deS».lu 



TPH.TT 

LEAVY BRO. & CO'8. 

Own Brand of Imported 

Consolidated Virginia 
CIGARS ! 

REINA VICTORIAS. 

WHOLESALE DEPABtTMKJ'T. 

SOS* Monteromery St. 

&B7ATL, 



Cor. #r Daab and Kcaruy, Lamre-1 Failure. 



To the Unfortunate. ». CSr-ESTNTESSEIa 

Dr. Gibbon's Dispensary, 



HENRY HOtSCH, 

HAS JUST OPENED A 

NEW S ELEGANT RESTAURANT 

....AT.... 

3JJ Om 417 Z>1xlo Street 

Between Moatgouery and Keamy Btreete. 

Tbe Above Foyulur Refttunrafcnr bas 

fitted up his New Restaurant In the most elegant 
style. 

Always on Hand the Choicest Viands 
tbe Market Affords. 

PRIVATE BOOMS FOR FAMILIES. 

BEAKY UOCStll. 

jalMm 417 Pine street, opposite Hie Market 



Ko. G'2'.i KcAiniy street, t'onwv of 

Oommercial, San l'Vancisco. Eutrauco on 
Commercial, Established in lS54,'for the 
treatment and cure of alldiscaaca of the uri- 
nary and yeiiiirative organs, and all physi- 
cal conditions or Weakness consequent 
upon the errors or ignorance of ^he eexes. Skin din- 
ease (of years' standing) and rboitmatimn, pnocesa* 
lully treated. The sick and the afllictL-d shotild not 
fall to call upon trim. The Doctor has traveled ox- 
teusfvely in Europe, and Inspected thoroughly the 
vtiri.n:s hoBpitalB there, obtaining a great deal of 
aslm>b]e information, which lie is competent to 
impai't to those in need of his services. Dr. Gibbon 
wiD make no charge unless he effects a cure. 

Address Dfi. J. F. GI-BUON, Eoi 1957, 8an 
Francisco. ' no25-tf 



OVERLAND HOUSE, 

Sacramento St., Near Montgomery. 

The RtNit and Chcitprat FFKVItallLtf 

BOOMS in Saa Francisco. With or without board. 
J. E. SLINKJEY. Proprietor. 
N. B. Also Proprietor of "BON TON" Saloon, 
(California Theatre. Bash street d*29 



MONEY TO LOAN I 

UP».\ STOt ILil, llOMrg, SKA!. La TATE, 
LIFE INSURANOE fOUOOtS. AND ALL 
OTHKE OOOD COLLATERALS. BY 

JOHN T. LITTLE, 

daa-bn *Kl 0AU7OKNIA *TEEBT 



Kanos! Pianos! 

...WITH.... 

"Barbarism and Civilization." 



Now it Is true tbat music doeB refine. 
It is the red rose on the human vine. 
But turn the idle air to murmurs street, 
Mark tbe effect upon the crowded street. 
Oares ore forgot, the step elastic grows. 
The (retted current softer, smoother flows. 
And man his fierceness or his guilt eschews. 
The hypochondriac forgets bis blues. 
Windows Jump open; Biddy shades her eyes, 
The very Ohinaman shows Mine Hnrnrise. ' 
The little boy, 'tis needless to explain, 
Runs for the music with his might and main. 
If thus for good the enchantress wields her power 
All California homes should have this flower. 

And the Opportunity Is Sow Okd. 

Families of Limited means invited to eaamine the 
Large Stock of PIAXOS jast arrived at 

IPS STOCKTON STREET, 

Erery Celebrated Maker Represented 1 

In New and Used Instruments and at Prices 
Within the reach ol all. 

Lovers of Art Come and See 

"Barbarism and Civilization," 

Thode expressive and elegant Ideas in the form 
of beautiful female faces. 

jar CHOICE OBROMOB AUD PAINTINGS a 
specialty. 
All walcome-buyiua: or not. Howard BuJldint;. 
JaS-liT^ W. TOWNS*:-..,. 

STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING. 

HOMEMUlUAi IN 8UKAWCE COMPANY. 

Tbe Annual If eetlnj. *f tar StoekaoM- 

tr* of tbe Home Mutual Insurance Company will be 
beld at the Company's ofiioa, *©• California street, 
in this city, on MONDAY. January IS, 1S7S, for tbe 
alactfoc of Du-eetora for tbe -"—■%!■■ r*sf- Polls 
will be open from 1 o'clock until 4 r. u. 

0HA8. R. STORT. Secretary. 
San Fraooasc, Janssrj 7, W7&. JaS-tal 



[Lato Stogo Manager of Magiu're's New The- 

fttiv, forincrly BusinesB Manager and Agent 

ol etrokotich-Nilsson Concert, Maref/k 

Italian Opera, Grati's Opera Bouffe, 

Wyinlltoni Comedy Comp'y, Jane 

Coombes' Comedy Company, 

etc. etc.] 

Retw to ft. form the rrofession nnd Pnb 

lie that he is preparod to organize, manage and ar 
range on moderate terms 

Concerts, Benefits, Theatricals, 

Amateur Performances, 

Tableaux, etc. 

And Entertainments of all kinds, PUBLIC AN3 
ritrVATE. to fnmisb, if reuuired, 

ProfeMiMOnal Aid. Costumes, Pronertlev 

Acees>}ories. 

To give attention to proper and suitable publioHj 
advertising, etc. j __ 

Partioe undertaking any kind of Amusement En- 
tertabimcnts, will save money and socure emclensy 
by eutrustiug their buKLaess to 

Adilretwt Masnii-c's New Theatre. 

CfTArtJHt* will oblige by forwarding names, 8pe«]> 
aiticH and addressed, oclfe-U' 



ROCKAWAY OYSTER HOUSE* 

1004 Market Street, Rear Junction cl 
Market and Powell. 

CboIee«t Oysters, ciiotw and . 

BU-aks served to order at ail hours. {' 
SUFFERS for Parties and Faaailies 

lirompUy mippKed. Tbe patronage of 

our 1'rkaiiln and tbe jiublic is respect- 
fulty solicited. HENRY LANGE. 

ED. KREHMKE, 
oc30-tf Proprietors. 



The Celebrated Pan Roast 

Etltber California or Eastern Oyateri 
Cooked to Order at 

SOLOMON TESMORE'S 

Btalls, 67, W and 69 California Market. 
(Entrance on Pine street,) 
Familiet* and Restaurants supplied at abort actio* 
del7-lm 



J. O. COMBES, 
TERRAPIN LXJIVOaa, 

Terrapin Constantly on Hand 
OytterB in every style. PRIVATE*! 
9UPPRR ROOMS FOR PARTIES. 
No. 222 A>cond street. Corner of Teaaauu 

dec 31 -tf 



MORAGHAN& LYNCH. 

DEALERS IN 

Ovatem. Clanu nnri all kind* 

af SbeU Fish. BuQ 08 I'slifcmia Mar- 
bet, dan Francisco. Open Day and 
Night. Fauaht*. Public and Private 
Partfas, Hotels. Sbippinc and n**tau- 
ra nU swppliad. 

OEOROE MATES, 

Dealer la Oyater*. Claaaa. and 

aQ kinds of SHELL FISH, Stalls Nos. 
40, 41.42, Oallfomia Market, entrant 
OB CaBf omia atrert. 

Pablic or frivol* parties and families rupa^csi 
fromf a. m.j* 12 P V. Ladies* and Oentletaaa* 
Ojr-o Roosts, open tram 6 a. m. to u p. m.. Atfl~> 



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AN OF AHU5EKENTS. 



ar. jfv 



> i Every Day in the Yaw. by 

;J3 O G- A.n.r>"iT«- 



532 Merehant and 537 Washington Str 

Belo* Montgomery. San Fran cisoo. 



THXTtSDAY JANUARY 21 



Wo nut Shasta. 

Joaquin Miller, in his new book, " Un- 
written History. " gives the following prose 
pen-picture of Mount Shasta : 

As lone as Gorl, and white as a Winter 
moon, Mount Shasta starts up sudden and 
solitary from the heart of the great black 
forests of Northern California, 

You would hardly call Mount Shasta a 
part of the Sierras; you would say rather 
that it is the great white tower of some an- 
cient and eternal wall, with here and there 
the white walls overthrown. 

It has no rival! There is not even a 
snow-crowned subject in eight of its do- 
minion. A shining pyramid in mail of 
everlasting frosts and ice, the sailor some- 
times, in a day of singular clearness, catches 
glimpses of it from the sea a hundred miles 
away to the west; and it may be seen from 
the dome of the capitol 340 miles distant 
The immigrant coming from the East be- 
holds the snowy, solitary pillar from afar 
out on the arid sagebrush plains, and lifts 
his hands in silence as in answer to a 
sign. 

Column upon column of storm-stained 
tamarack, strong tossing pines and warlike 
looking firs have rallied here. They stand 
with their backs against this mountain, 
frowning down dark-browed, and confront- 
ing the face of the Saxon. They defy this 
advance of civilization into" their ranks. 
What if these dark and splendid columns, 
a hundred miles in depth, should be the 
last to go down in America! What if this 
should be the old guard gathering here, 
marshaled around their emperor in plumes 
and armor, that may die but not surren- 
der ! 

Ascend this mountain, stand against the 
snow above the upper belts of pines, and 
• take a glance below. Toward the sea noth- 
ing but the black and unbroken forest 
Mountains, it is true, dip and divide and 
break the monotony as the waves break up 
the sea; yet it is still the Bea, still the un- 
broken forest, black and magnificent To 
the South the landscape sinks and declines 
gradually, but still maintains its column of 
dark -plumed grenadiers, till the Sacramento 
Falley is reached, nearly a hundred miles 
away. Silver rivers run here, the sweetest 
in the world. They wind and wind among 
the rocks and mossy roots, with California 
lilies, and the yew with scarlet berries dip- 
ping in the water, and trout idling in the 
eddies and cool places by the uasketful. On 
the east the forest still keeps up unbroken 
rank till the Pit river valley is reached; 
and even there it surrQunds the valley, and 
locks it tight in its black embrace. To the 
north, it is true, Shasta valley makes quite 
a dimple in the sable sea, and men plow 
there and Mexicans (Americans) drive mules 
or herd their mustang ponies on the open 
plain. But the valley is limited.surrounded 
by the forest, confined and imprisoned. 

A Stern Attack. 

Editors will appreciate the incident which 
is thus faintly hinted at by the Hartford 
Pott : 'The young man who came into this 
office this morning, sat down on a box, and 
then bounced up with a yell and fled like 
one bewitched, is requested to return four 
long brass tacks that stood on the box when 
ho took his seat No questions will be 
asked — we understand it all ; but we want 
those tacks ; we have use for them. That 
box is especially devpted to parties who not 
only read our exchanges but spirit them 
away, and the tacks are what we depend on 
for excitement." 



Kaw to Drtsu WelL, 

Orer twa-thirda of the best dressed gentlemen 
in this ei^y (those who dress lu style we mean) 
would bit, if asked the question where tiiey had 
their clothes made, taut the-y went to Joan Bull's. 
Ho. 109 Third BtrsR, and would also advise yo* 
and your friends tc* yo lh«re u you want a perfoot- 
ntting tuft made in tho latest style, fr#m either 
inported or domestic jo-xls. at the lowest price 
compatible with a jrood fc-armont, b. 

-Tfec Old Mint BfOauraau 

At this old established house, COS Commercial 
etaoat, above Montgoiuery, always noted among 
the bon Tracts ior iw srooc" thini-*, can be procured 
t he finest sad beet cooked Oysters, Steaks aad Chops 
In town. Terrapins and the choicest brands of 
Wines and Liquors a specialty. Charges moderate 
Q. M. Hepburn, the new proprietor, invitee the 
public to sriva ihe "Old Mint" a triaL g-r 

Fnotoffraphle. 

Flouart & Cobb MM Kecrner sfr&efc, produce 
Pastel T rrinr to either OU 

or Water Oofors. E-i inretneota in all styles, gen- 
eral ph«tograr>kiv- work rnaxacteod. C-aa 

Theociginal "Si ^'s Bakery* lsno» establieW 
n their magnificent new place at 213 SuUcr street 
near Centre Market, and has added a lunoh room 
:>*d ioe cream saloon. This Is their only place of 



Trillins to Oblige. 
A very prepossessing young lady, can- 
dor a popular book, stepped into 
ioe of aiealest no other 

morning, and finding the broker apparently 
at leisure, asked him to lor; 
Tho gentleman politely informed her that it 
would only be a waste of time, as ho could 
"Oh, never mind that," 
ejaculated the vivacious young woman, "it 
won't cost anything to look afTft, ereh if 
you don't buy. I should like to ha 
read some portions of it and Bee what it is." 
The accommodating, broker tookthe volume, 
and, glancing at the title page, commenced 
a perusal of the introduction. This finished 
he began at the first chapter and read care- 
fully and leisurely along. It was about 9 
o'clock when he commenced, and an hour 
passed silently away. Then the book agent 
began to exhibit signa of nervousness, ap- 
parently unnoted by the broker, for he 
never raised his eyee from tho volume, but 
read steadily on. Eleven o'clock came, and 
the lady began to walk rather smartly about 
the room, glancing occasionally out of the 
windows. At noon the broker was still 
reading, and the agent wore a decidedly 
troubled countenance. A few minutes be- 
fore one o'clock the broker laid the book 
down, leisurely donned his overcoat and 
hat, and remarked blandly : "That is a 
very good book. I am eorry that I cannot 
read more of it, but I am obliged to go to 
dinner. If you will call in this afternoon 
I will read some more of it" 



•Jim." 

"We have been frequently asked" says 
the San Jose M'Trcvry: Why don't you 
turn off 'Jim. ' • We'll tell you why. and 
the answer may be interesting to the public 
Jim has been a fixture of the office for about 
six years. Pi« duties, were at first to turn 
the crank of a cylinder press. We found 
him to be a Chinaman of more than ordi- 
nary intelligence, and a man of remarkable 
physical strength for one of his size. He 
soon learned every crook and quirk of the 
press we were then running — aHoerailway. 
We could find no white man that could do 
Jim's work. We tried several; they all 
threw up the job, and we had to send for 
Jim again. (You see he had "struck" for 
higher wages several times, and we thought 
at last we would get along without him.) 
When we put in a steam engine, Jim un- 
derstood the press so well that we promoted 
him to head pressman and raised his wages 
accordingly. He also soon learned the use 
of the engine, so he became fireman, engi- 
neer and pressman. Honest, conscientious 
and faithful, he is always at his post, is 
courteous and obliging to everybody, never 
gets drunk, and is altogethera capital hand. 
As we do the press-work for another paper, 
Jim wheels the forms to and fro in a hand- 
cart uncomplainingly — a job that no white 
pressman would do. We pay him S18 a 
week— and he faithfully earns his money. 
Turn off Jim ? > T ot much. Jim has been 
faithful to us, and he shall never want for 
employment while we have a press to run. 



Echo Answers. 

Of what has heaven given us an equal 
share ?— Air. 

What does rumor often do when it flies ? 
Lies. 

Which is the loveliest flower that grows ? 
Rose. 

Whose children are we apt to think the 
sweetest flowers?— Ours. 

What in manners is sure to please?— 
Ease. 

What will frequently overcome the most 
austere 1 — Tear, 

What loses its flavor when we borrow it ? 
Wit 

What is it that wealth seldom extin- 
guishes ? — Wishes. 

What did Cleopatra to her bosom clasp? 
Asp. 

The Oldest rYoman. 

Lest heard of from Chicago. This time 
by name Mrs. Gridley. First birthday that 
she remembers, July 11th, 1777. 



The Tonne Man from the East. 

" Im a stranger in this city, 
rm lately from the East, 
And mighty fond of oysters; 
Whore can I get a feast ? 
Fvo betiii to all the restaurants. 
But nowhere could I find, 
A plate of Eastern ovstcrs. 
Of the old fashioned "kind.* 

"Wen, I can tel! you," said his friead, 

"Exact!? where to 20, 

And where to pet your oysters, 

Dlfeut from where they prow. 

Just take a etroU down PIN E STREET. 

At 419. opposite trteMarket, 

You'll sae a s.?n, THE SADDLE ROCK, 

You can't fail to remark it- 

'Tmerson Corvine keeps the place. 

The best saloon in town. 

There 700 can get your oysters raw, 

Or fried soorispand brown. 

He*s the larjrest ovster dealer 

On the Pacific Coast, 

And that he keeps the freshest 

Has ever been his boast.* 

"He's got nice little private romis, 

1 can sit at case, 
And eat your California stew, 
Or Eastern if you please. 
All the young men of fashion go 

Ri$ht to the Saddle rock, 

To eat their EASTERN OYSTEHB 
And drink their Rhenish hock.** 



The Mtson 4 : . v ins an acknowledged 

t e be thr a st tLe »amc time giving 

forth the Ewoateat tone a. any otker. Kohlar, 
CbfcSO & Co., 63* Chiy street, r 



Pkaoe ts Dzocaxed in all famines who buy their 
i urnitarc end bedding of J. A. Shaber & Co., 7*7 
Market street, near Third, because they get bette 
goods for the same price than any Oilier dealers. 

Blanfcecs and Flannels 

WeU washed and not Boolled, at the "What Cheer 
Laundry ; * 



Old mv,s nnd Modern Instances. 

"Alls well that ends well,"' as the gen- 
tleman said when he wrote the postscript to 
this letter. 

"Measure for measure," as tie chemist 
said when he took a bad sixpence for a 
black draught. 

"Much ado about nothing." as the insol- 
vent said when he took the benefit of the 
act 

"As yon like it," as t-hc servant said when 
he drank his masters grog. 

"A Winter's tale,"' aa fte church warden 
said when tha pauper asked for a small sup- 
ply of coals. 

"I do remember an apothecary," as the 
invalid said after a wallowing an emetic 

"When shall we three meet again," as 
Wealth, Honesty and Friendship said when 
they last parted. 

'"Lend me your ears," as the d&af horse 
said to the donkey. 

"Leave not a wreck behind," as the sail- 
ors said when they steered the L'Amerique 
to England. 

' Blow, blow, thou Wintry wind !" as the 
farrier said when he wanted customers. 

"Oh, that this too, too solid flesh would 
melt ! as the man said when trying to mas- 
ticate a tough steak. 

"All the worlds a stage," as the poor old 
coachman cannot say, since all the world 
now travel by steam. 



The Green Room. 

This popular rosort of the profession and all 
epicures who can appreciate good liquors and a 
good lunch, ie directly opposite the Califomii The- 
atre. It hu just been beautifully frescord and is 
now a modlo of taste and elegance. Everybody 
poes to the Green Room between'tbe acts. x 



The Winter Styles. 

All the latest Winter styles of hat have been re* 
celved and are now on view at "The" Hat Store, 
547 Washington street. The variety is very large, 
and the prices charged at this well-known estab- 
lishment are very reasonable. r - 



NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. 



dividend (Notice. 

Masonic Savings and Loan Bank 

Xo 6 Fost £ t., masonic Temple, 
SAJI PRAJTCISOO. 

At a Meeting of lite Board or Directors 

of this Bank, held January IS, 1S75, a dividend was 
declared at the rate of nine and one-half f9i) per 
•a 3t. per annum on Term Deposits, and seven and 
one-half (71) per cent, per annum on Ordlaary Be- 
posits, for the semi-annual term ending January 11. 
1875, payable on and after January 23, 1S75, free of 
all taxes. ja21-lm H. T. GRAVES, Secretary 



KANE & COOK, 

Steam Book and Jcb Printers, 



112 Commercial and 411 Clay St*. 
jaUO-tf 



SPECIAL NOTICE. 

To Owners and Drivers of Hackney 
Carriages and Vehicles. 



The Annual Licenses for ttie Tear end- 

inz January 1, 1876, are now doe and payable, and 
delinquent on the first day of February- 

IS not paid, one-quarter (or "£> per cent.) per 
month so delinquent 'will be added. Also, subject 
to fine and imprisonment if U ceases and Numbers 
are not obtained from this office. 

PEDDLESH and RUNNERS will make prompt 
pavment for this quarter now due. 

■JAMES O. PKAJT, Collector of laoensee. 
Office, No. ? City Hall, second floor, San Francisco. 
ja20-td 



KORTH PACIFIC CO 1ST RAU.RCU0. 

-...BUT*VKB>'.... 

SAN FRANCISCO AND TOM ALES, 



On and after Monday, e 

January 11, 1875, Passengers M 
will leaTe • 

SAN FRANOISOO Daily at 2:30 p. M., by San- 
celito ferry boat from Ewis street Wharf, connec- 
ting with train (or Tomalea; and 

TQM ALES Itaily at 8 a. M.. connecting with 
Saucelito ferry boat at Saacelito. 



&TSDAY. 

Excursion Trains will rnn as far a? Olema, Paa- 
•eugers will leave by Soncellto ferry boat from Darie 
street Wharf, at 6 *. 51., and arrive on return to 
this city at some wharf at 4:35 P. at, giving from two 
to six hours time at various points on the road. 
Fare, for tho Bound Trip, $2 to all Stations west 
oi Fairfax, and 91 to Fairfax and all Stations eaet. 

FREIGHT. 

Through Freight Trains, with a Passenger Cor at- 
tached, will leave Baucelito at 631 a. *_, » Tues- 
days, Thursdays and Saturdays, and will leave To- 
males on the same days a t 1 r. M. 
iall-lm G. F. HARTWELL. Snrerint«ndaat 



THAT IS SO. 



Roantlfnl nnd Substantial Sets 

of Artihcial TEETH only J&10, and war- „ 
ranted equal to any work in New York or San Fran- 
ctaco. Beautiful Gold and Flatma Fillings for SI 
and upwards, and warrnntod ior life. Twenty years 
experience in New York City. Office, 34 Postatreet, 
between Montgomery and Kearny. 
jftlS DK LIJTHEB* Denbist. 



DR. FERDENANDERZ, 

So Celebrated for Ui» Sacc«w In the 

treatment of.all di&ea&ea of men and women has 

his offioeai 

215 Kearny Street, bet. Bosh & Sutter. 




CJ-aY-»TREEI 
RIDING ACADEMY, 

S8* Clay Street, cor. 
Stockton. 

Thii ii tae moat sler^nt 
;rd oomm^dloas Ridirg 
Academy to to* city; opec 
d*7 and evening. Par:ic- 
clar aiWntion paid to 
jcx7-6m 
A* UABSHAId* Proprietor. 



HORTICULTURAL HALL 

WINVE7 CARDEN. 

(Stockton Street, between Tost ud Butter Streets. 

Saturday, January 23d. 
GREATER JHiH EVER. 

THIRD GRAND 

COSMOPOLITAN 
£>R.IZE3 

Sal Masque! 

Look at the Creat List of 

Attractions- 

FULL BALLET CORPS 

Under the direction of the Charming 
Dansense, 

Miss AMY BENNETT 

Will perform to OLD ENGLISH MOBBLS 

DANCE. MAYPOLE DANCE 

PAP.I&LAS LADIES' 

QDADELLLE. 

Grand Pageant Precession 1 

PW3entin£ A 

CONGRESS OF ALL NATIONS ! 

Allegorical and Beali^tic, introducing 

Llvlns -A.nlm.als, 

The Boffalo of the "West; the Oamel or the East • 
Our Darwinian Ancestry. Grand Chariot* and 
Herse& Rich Appointments. Elaborate and Mag- 
nificent Costumes, forming a noble picture of unpar- 
alleled richness and splendor. 

QUADRILLE DISLOQUE 

(Original) 
By the 3Tc w French Troupe of Dancers ! 

SCHMIDT &~SCHL0TT'S 

CKAKD ORCHESTRA OF 20 PIECES, 

Six Valuable and Artistic Prizes 

Will be awarded as follows : 

TO LADIE3— The Handsomest Costume; the 
Most Correct Costume; the Most Original Costume. 

TO GENTLEMEN— Costume and the best sus- 
tained Original Character; the most correct Costume 
and Character; the most eoeentrio Costume and 
Character. 

LADIES' PBJCZEH. 

Superb Oxide Silver Casket, covered with elabo! 
rate and artistic carvings in bas relief. 

Elegant Bohemian Glass Toilet Set, richly colored 
and gilt, with fine enamelled medallions on each 
piece. 

Full Size Quarto Morocco Album, richly orna- 
mented and giiL 

CEiriXEHEirS PBIZES. 

Monster Meerschaum Pipe of great ralne. 

Handsome Bronze Carved Inkstand. 

Tortoise shell Cigar Cases. 

£xT The Prizes will be exhibited one week before 
the Bail, at JOHN HAGMAN'S Store. 333 Mont- 
gomery street, under. Odd Fellows* Hall. 

Special Notice. 

The immense success of the COSMOPOLITAN" 
EALS MASQUES has induced some unscrupulous 
speculator to filch, and use the title, in advertising 
some low third-class BalL The public is hereby cau- 
iiODed that the only Genuine and successful COSMO- 
PuLITAIi BAGS MASQUES have been, and will 
be given, at Horticultural HaU. under the direction 
o( SAM CEXESE. 

TICKETS, TWO DOLLAJBS. 

Double Ticket, admitting Lady and Gentleman, 



Tare* Dollars. 



ga8 




Crowded Day and Nightly. The Enter- 

Sising proprietors of the Southern Pacific Oyster 
ouse hare added additional neat and private 
rooms to their establishment, retaining their ever- 
popular prices. These popular refreshment rooms 
are on Summer street, below Kearny, between Cal- 
ifornia and Pine, 







North Carson S. M. Co. 

OFFICE OF COMPANY 

Room £4, Ho. 419 California St. 

Location of Mine, 

Eagle Tallcy, on the lomstock Bangc, 

and about three miles from American Flat Detail 
ma|» on file a* the office. deS6-tf 



SAVE YOUR MONEY. 

Tot ail kind »f Howard and 

Waltham Watches •* ManuXacturers* 
Prices— Oases cnaranteed 18 karat gold- go 
.^ , to F. HOFTJING Sole Agent in San Fran- 
oi«c" corner Third and Market Streets, Nucleus 
BoteL AH kinds of Solid Jewelry made to order 
and for srvle. Diamonds set and for sale at the low- 
est Bring prices Manuf>jturing _and Repairing 
donef " del5^3m 



DIVIDEND NOTICES. 



BANK OV THE 

WESTERN SAVINGS 



TJFlTTjStP OO- 

SASr FRANCISCO, JAX, 4, ISTO. 
Depositors* Dividend. 



The Directors or Oils Corporations 

this day declared the semi-annual diridand, at ftw» 
rate of ton (101 per cent per »™. an Tare Dt. 
posits and eie&t (8) per cent, on Ordinary Deposits^ 
payable on and alter January 10th, 1375. at the oSc-3 
of the Bank, northeast corner of Pott and 1 
streeta. F. OLAT. 

ja5-lm Vice-President and t 



Dividend Notice. 

SAVINGS AND LOAN SOCIKrT, 
6 1 9 Clay Street. 



The Board or Directors^ Have < 

a dividend for the six months ending December 3l5fc. 
1ST 4, of nine (9) pec cent, per annum on all d 
free of Federal tax, and payable on and ml 
ary 15, 1875. Br order. 
3*13 2w CYRUS W. CAJtMANT, 



Dividend Noticd. 

SAW FRANOISOO BAVINGS TJTSTOK, »0. W 

OALIPOBKIA ST., CORNER ' 



For the half year ending with 1 

ber 31st, 1S74, a dividend has been declared ' 
rate Of nine (9) per cent per annum on 1 
posits, and sevi-u and one-half (7|) per cent aoOrv 
dinaj-y Deposits, free of Federal tax, pnrahlo 
and^fter January 13th, 187E. 
Per order TX)TRLL "rTHETE, < 

de29-lm 



Dividend Notice. 

ODD FELLOWSTWIUGS BARK- 

The Board of" Directors of the <Nld PeX 

lows' SaTingB Bank have declared a [dividend 9 
THine and One-Tenth (9-10) per cent, on PRHHtAr 
NKNT DEPOSITS, and of Seren and Thre^TeBOw 
(7 3-10) per cent per annnmXm SHORT DEPOtaTft; 
for the semi-annual term ending De&mba 31rt.. 
1874, payable on and after the 20th inetant. 
JAMES BENSON, 
January 10th, 1F75, 



PACIFIC MAIL 

STEAMSHIP CO. 

For China and Japan. 



Leave TTharf corner First and 

Brannan Streeta every alternate SAT-, 
USD AY, at Moon, for 

Y0K0HA H A and HONG KOIW 



Oennecting at Yokohama ■with __ 
Line for Sbanghae via Hiogo and Ni 



For New York 

VIA PANAMA. 



Steamers leave at 12 m. every alternate 
DAY, connectine via Panama Railroad wim on» osr 
the Company's Steamers from Aepinwall to B«m 
Ycrt 



Calling at all the Calif ornlan, Mexicaa and C 
American Port s. Ste amers leave at 12 o'clock noon 
every alternate THURSDAY. 

id? Through tickets eold to and from IIVTSa 
POOL, QXJEENSTOWN, SOPTHAMPT OW. BRg 
MEN. BREST, HAVRE, HAMBFRG, SXETBK 
COPENHAGEN and NORWAY. «j«. 

Each ship carries an experieneed Surgeon. nfcd> 
cal attendance free 

For Santa Barbara, San Pedro, Loa 
Asgelos, Anaheim & San Diego. 

Steamers leave at 9 o'cloc k a-l C. _______ 

For SAN BUENAVENTURA and HtHH?lBn_t 

calling at intermediate points, Steamer mBm at 4 

o'clock P. H. 
NO EXTRA CHARGE for Meals or Mrt s - a-S - ., 
For Dates of Sailing eee Daily Papas. 
Apply for freight or passage at the 

Pacific Mail Steamship Ca's 

OVFIOEi 

Corner lAldesdortl an* gaW MMI— i « aw 
Ael-U .JBNNDH33 B. 008. 



S. T. and N. P. R. B. do. 






On and after Deeemher, 1874, the (>- 

ANTELOPE. Capt. WARNER, vriil leave San* 
Cisco daily (Sundays excepted) from Front »— "- 
street Wharf at «jOO o'clock. P. M., com 

Donahue's Landing with the cars for x — — 

Santa Rosa, Healdsburg. Cloverdale; -too _?"» 
with stages for Sonoma, UMah, Point A***-- ■•'" 
o>>cino, Lakeport, Clear Lake, and for the ; 
Springs of Mark West. Bartlet* . "^"fe, 
and the great natural wonder, the 1»KxB_b». — — ■ 
turning, the cam will leave Cloverdale ■» »* .—■_ . 
connecting at Donahue Landing vnte toe SMSO mm V 
and arriving at San FranclBoo at 11:15. .. . 

The shortest, quickest and beat rams i W '■ ■* 
GREAT GEYSBRS-W. O. VAS AHFAJC- «• 
KENNBY*S Stare Route. , ._. _ 

No freight can be reoetved after 1* o etas* *L*n. 

For further information apply a* Gontym)'* «snss 

F. H. GERDESL 
nolO-tf Oeneral Paseenger and Ticket J 



SAN FRANCISCO BATHS 

Hairdressing Establishment. 

63C "vyasUinaton street, 

below Kearny. PRICES RE- 
DUCED: Baths, 25 cents. Shav- 
ing. 2S cent*. Hair cutting, 25 ^pjjp*™ 
cents. Shampooing, 25 cent*. ^^ 
Medicated Baths. ee S-tf JOHN 



33 -ws- isr T X « *X*i 

22 Montfiomcry Street, 
Opp. Lick Honse. 
Dentlshry in all ns *^^^ ** f f " ■* *■ ■•*■ | 



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UN rRAJtClSCO, TlORtDAT, JANUARY SI, 1ST,. 



VOL. XXI. 






SUais! Hats! Hats! $ 



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Ha«. NmS m i H >W pi—O- ; 



•••. - • In^O a~l k~r 
•A»*<r»rt. 



. i. thai 



at* 



ant/: 

• till**.*, Adlto.; 

rain proof tn storms unfailing; 

'"trie* sngvO.tr; 
- Vksb fnr «*sxy ki ml of weather; 
rUta of kUIc, Wt, *tr»w and hewew; 
I tiut siiaost wev fonevcr; 



rlnt* fnr *ps* an! wktsrin? pItw; 
B*V< of rtylos to wo.tr at r*ce»; 
Saks with which a room to enter*; 
Hats for scores of wild adventure. 

**> t>€> 0»>tttine<l at The 



GREAT IXL 

Auction House, 

«(6, 618 and 620 

niKM ST., COR. COHHERCIAL. 



1875. The Event. 1875. 



WILSON'* 

Palace Amphitheatre. 

» i mr Mnr ■ aa» n n •** ■! i n , 
OJHA.IMX> 

Combiution of StejUr Ait -;cticis. 

THS CHAMPION I QULS1 RUN 

or m* WC»LP. 

JAMES ROBINSON 

un h.« ta. 

Clarence and Eugene! 




TW Ud. WIlA J»w» o« L-M aud Tout, ol 81*4, 

MILE. DE GRANVILLE! 



TT.« Wm*rtnJ Rurd! 

BUDD GOEMAN 



Arabian Acrobats ! ! 

And the MagnlHeeot Peff.»nnln!c 

BUFFALO 'BILL" 



..Togttker with • 



Full New Company ! 

OP 

DASHINC RIDER ! 

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OPENINC NICHT, 

Monday, January 25th. 

. MATIWBES 

Wednesdays and Saturdays ! 



ORGAN OF AMUSEMENTS 

Prografcm. of ill HataUlnhw] 

Places of Amusement 



IM SAN FUAN0IBCO 



CIRCULATED EVERY DAY 



1» TH< TKAB 



8KNKRALLY THR0U6H0UT THE CITY 







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Immonso Suooessi 
OUR GRAND COMB'NATIONt 

Oonitftlnc tn • Trenne of Aftiata DorqHaOrtl hi 

Mlii-at relay, Faroe, llii.li'Kqne 

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H3ii-.i-.3r v^Eisrr 

The PkTorlte Australian 
COMEDIAN AND AOMG AAD DANm MAX C 

THIS EVENING -JANTJART XI 

The Performance will Oemroenoe with a 

FIRST Part OF WIT. SUNG MO F01 

rtnlahiiv with tho VARIETY WALK ABOUND. 

XJXTTjlilEHL.TrjX5SJ. 

Owrtrire rnlmalia 

DOMESTIC TROUllLEsI 

Mortimon? yiokoraoa .And Waal 

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Hon« nail nnnre Joha strlty 

l.nlljul. kallc lap 

J 4 ""^,;" 1 '" .... rimrlrj Nlrkenao 

Scrlo-t'omlc Sons Id.i flak 

**'"'< •.■••■. Main. IjiFoi 

KHM omlo Sou: Hllllo 



Gaily the Troubadour 



Morttraore Kelly And.. 

HOWfi AND IIAJH'E.. 

Sinn; 

Essence 

■»- 1 >. Mulftoou 

Vwiil Genu >i!lr i:Linrh« 



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KILLV WHaT 

< urrlr Willi*. 

. .Hiicatlr Brewer 



LAUGHING GAS. 

Oouracten. hy a 

All tla.e JaJCtale A rtl»-«j. 

MmUrr Sonc mill. Marital 

Houg Klin.- l«e 

Voo.'.lt.m fttrrlr irillla 

I limy Dimre Macule Rrrw«r 

f'anulr. »HlT F.llllir WMlatttr 

ACTION DIME BILL* WBgT 



Overturo.. 



Orebalka 



To conclude with tho Laughable Sketch, entitled 

TWO ARTISTS ? 

Nlokereon West, And .BoUnaoa 



IN EKHEAJESAL- 

THE I_.I<=>IVrT^fe*S» 

PItK'KS OF ADHISSIOV. 

Parqnette 35 cents | Boxes $2 50 and $3 00 



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■ is kbsioted in-* omrK 



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to 7*3 .UaVko*. atieot, iyvw W.dbiu-3 drag 
dell. tea 



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Variety. 



At Ibo F.Tl AWTION MOUSE, Nos. 616, CIS and 690 KEARNY STREET, Corner Commercial. 



All Kln«l.l ef the Finest ftindy ItlneTei 
at our Steam Oandy Paotory dailj. AJI ordora, o»v 
pedilly from the conutry, are solicited and will \m 
promptly attended to. 

Cnnty ** Warner. 
aulS 107 Moatffomery Street, near Sutter. 



TKE LOWER 

Somstock MiningCo. 

HAS CPENEO rBOOKS 



yRS ^rU-wrgufcuc. Iptlon* for n IJmllnl 
**»^ sb<* «oefc, for a wwrlttng capital, at $2.50 per 

m y* r *•* win B->oo take ltd place in the Stook 
~ l*'«o advance in prieo inrist occur ae 
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■ great t<or;vttock lo'e oo Gold 
Uio UiKer Hill aad the T>ayton 

' no* -lone oo lfa«- mine Li m follows : 
b«»i7 Utthwrid, Ihtrt compartment. 

^e>«Si»lt, two CO(npartBieaU, 1« (eetdeep. 
m« SMUne, ou tin- IikJc. ,-o f. ol dcop 
5fjn»«! ' ..ad one 130 feet 

**2*i"- J"** 6 '"Ma oiic uf thy crosscuts, run 
mmr^ fho yi,oop |««r um. 

^■■aWJS. riitont. to the main lodo. Stock ls- 
■*w*MWtotlipfvit. W..|>s r.vn bo eeeu wid 
gW^ QBlars ..Irtainol at tho nLBoe. Work to be 
MJMf>n«at on «hc mine u,t oaoe. 

R*Rr*** Captain li. «. W*i M w aad thunuol A. 



XA JRITOHAR1).. 

«b m BrrVNY... 
<*3r>TKL OtTRTKS, 

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President 

Hijorvtory 

.rtuparlntendtint 



mrty fc, ary open olofflon oi tbe Pre 3 id<jnt. J. 
UnaAard, J.10 Pine •( , roomi I and .'. >»15.?w 



•HABS 2CSTAX SCOTCH TYPE 
-WStAZX A HICnAUI), Trrt Pocndiow, 

y**"5 •»* Lonrlon, lwj{ .tare to call attention to 
'KXTRA-HATtD - WETAL TYPE. 

72S2* T*"**" l* 6 . ^^"'n*"! adT«it,»*ei of hlgfaer 
?»■*> *ag»*Avd dnrability ind dnnimshM wcSnt 
^**2<tol Wler many ye.»V ■ trial under the Hoe 
B y^* I M * th '" l " < i: : London and Aur. 

T?™** 11 i-ru»ln(rfi.lDaii,r PAPBEs.hiw been 
"""" *-**-»* luMt twii'b >h i.nnABXB aatheor- 
Mfe*, and hm (calncd it »ary oniTersal 
~ Too Ero»t JinpruvftiTrantfl they bave In- 
» tA«ir nwQ.ii»«ter^, enable them bo 
-■•s ei tbli ntparier anui without any in 
rnee apon the ordinary quality. 
T»« e»w typo on wblah the Fto.uio ia prlntc* 1b 
*** *** *-t>QTo tonndry. thwy artlole for a oora- 
i «r |ob pmlnUag oHloe rurnbdiod at the 




^.^ es ftrtoeic oT aswi pa per, til .u,, » 0OiW eirfrt«, 
**aKaatofs uffeied^n ^vvesaufe terms. 

"READ, HKAIND&CO. 
T-TO » n '1 'Sin Clay Street. 

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ISSUED EVERT SATURDAY. 

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BOOTS AND SHOES. 
Grand Opening. 

O-winc to the Increased isemaad Car 

lik celebrated porfect-ntting Boote and Shoos, P. 
KELLY, the Pri-/.e Bootmaker, S35 Buah Htreet, has 
been compelled to open a Branch Store at No. 124 
Kearny, where oan be found the finest display is Hm 
city. 

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NO. 335 BUSH STREET. 

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Kverr Saturday IVittht. 

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Out* F artH.T Kollo.. 

All the latest Bongs next 8otonla# HlfthC 
U..IK~d WILD. 



REIVIOVAL NOTICE. 

The l*nnd Metienec Union ainl l*»»iiijE 
Bank of Califemia, hntf rwii'-nreil frodt IS* POffx 
STBBhlT to tbelr New Building, KM CALIFORNIA. 
STP-EET, Comer of WeW>. 

J. H. FISTT. PresidsnL 

Dibbctors,— Aa* Harkur, a Alain. A. ILamnse 
John Morton, Jebn M. JohnBOu. Tboa E> Ekyva. 
J. H. Flab. 

noW-lm JOHN T. CAKTER, SeerBtacy. 



PINE EVERGREENS. 
Wreaths and Streamers 



Ad jolnlaii Snow a Mar". Plcturr M4>ra. 

On llorvon akuct. twar Kwnr. by ■ ^^ 

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Pallid i Every Day In the Year. 1* 

S 38 Korcliant and 537 Washington Ste. 

Below Montgomery, San Francisco. 



ITHUK3DAY. 



.JAXUARY 21 



Amusements Etc. 



Honae. 

9he uaual UBTarying atate ol crowded house* 
^j m unusually strong bill, Emerson, Ar- 
-Kmgkm Ootton, IUoa, the good quartette, could 
Inrnlah the entertainment with good things, but the 
3-etarn o! Little Mac and the appearance of Oan- 
%&& and Boofcer r**jTid© tlwfeaet, with what may be 
called **H the detteaciea o£ the asaeon '•-ecoecially 
i Mac. Sane bill to-night with no need and 
any pessibility ol an alteration, for the 



^fce fawrabW Unpreseian Mia Clara Morris created 
■a tfae first eight of her appearance increases each 
;, and there is bnt little doubt that the favwr- 
bimprMeion will ripen is time to euthoeiasni. 
"ha" been too often played -©attract lanch 
4ttmtioK per ft% and is besides Of mrch too gloomy 
m efamrarter for t*»e present state of the weather, to 
-tMKxroiv evento*; it wiU*«replac*«l by "Article 47** 
m whit* the atar appears as Cora. In this Ae will 
•ym , rn-rr favorable opportunity to display her 
powers aa "an emotional actress." She hao made a 
3UM in this character wherever ahe has flayed lt ( 
uil Hau Prauci&co will assuredly be added to the 
3fctof her comjuMte, if true sentiment and not pre- 
judice be allowed its proper away. Prom to-morrow 
"Article IT— whJih as a translation from 
i /or Afcgmrtin Baly— will be presented 
^HBta further no tier-, to be succeeded by "Alixe." 
^WLUon'* Pala-f AropfeJlheatlio. 

On Monday, tfae 25th, Wilson begins his circus 
Wl m n for 1875. with a combination 'Of star attroc 
1iin<s that promises some weeks of -yood entertain- 
■^aent. The conmany will .include James Bob ins on, 
MW champlan bare-back rider, with his two sons 
Caarenee and Eugene, Mile. De GranTille, the lady 
•with the iron jaw, Budd .Gorman the hurdle «der. 
-Ska Arabian acrobat*, tnd the .splendid trained 
jBeOalo Bill. 
Baddey's Hew Variety Theatre. 

"With the present strong programme, Buckley 'a Va- 
-yt«K— oontir.uea to be well attended. Uortimore, 
JColry. Dewrr, Charles "Fickerson.-and Robinson are 
in ii ix tfia-chief regular members, in addition to 
•whom BilljTtat and Millie Martini are nowraghtly 
«m the bilL 
Tl&Jrd Cosmopolitan Bal Masque. 

T"be preparations for the third of these balls are 
a\hnot* cornpleted and everything promises that this, 
Che last- will be tbe-rtest. For 6ie procession, over 
«ae buiideod people hs/ve been engaged to forma 
.reliable nucleus around which the visitors may rally. 
^Ati the advertised features wul be carried out to the 
latter, in addition to which many new and taking 
ihttnetioiif will be introduced. Don't forget next 
Saturday. 

Woodward's Gardens. 
On Sahtrday and Sunday the Phoitte Troupe of 
1 rliajftintaddftnoerg in their originatdrMn- 



•na&oba of the grotesque, and poetry of motion, Leg- 

B — _ etc Mons. JeoephwiU-also fire his 609-pound 

cockl, witli a man on it, on his ahoulder. 



11FT HIM PP. 

Lying so low in the gutter. 
Degraded and black with sin, 
irments tattered and fiT.' 
Wore Bhattcred and foul \rithin. 

His face has crown ogly and brutal, 

And lost is each trace divine ; 
Th* rvign ol his passions baa made biro 

Companion alone for the swine. 
"He is too far gone," they tell up, 

All they who pass him by ; 
"Impossible now to teach him,". 

So be is left to die. 

He was onoe "somebody's 'jariing,'* 
That man so degraded And vile, 

And the heart of so*jie one that loved him 
Was once made glad by his smile. 

Those lius that /jow breathe but cursing, 

A mother's V.iss onoe pressed, 
And that bai/.-, once soft and golden, 

A sister's hand caressed. 

Those eyes, now bleared and soulless, 
Onoe fightcd with love's bright glow. 

And tiw * Are of the soul within them 

Baxued with thoughts that angel's know. 

L*t your tear-droi>s fall, of pity, 

Cpou those darkened leaves, 
Besting here— * 'Possible all things,'' 

All, "to him that believes." 

Friends of temperance, this your ndasieii, 
Strong in love's power to save, 

"With a sympathy earnest, untiring, 
Go, bring him sp from the grave I 



Of Aansemente, Sscurstons, Lectures, and 
Concerts, axe directed to the splendid Printing 
Establishment of B. f, Sterett, 532 Clay Street, 
over the £an Francisco Market, The largeet Foet- 
wsa, ha Plain or Fancy Colors, are turned on* in 
She shortest possible space of time. Also, Beau 
«Ual Programmes, Tickets, etc., etc., printed to 
amrt the most fastidious. Mr. Sterett keeps «on- 
4'aallf' on hand a fine line of bright colored pa- 
jtess of every' shade, atd the prices charged for 
whose are very little ha advance -of plain while 
Super. Streamers of various sizes, from 16 to -12 
itiefa letters, in stock, of all colors of paper and 
auk. Theat-e Managers are especially invited to 
«a)l for estimates. This w-.ll-knawn Printing Hou* 
ru established by the present proprietor in lS&i' 
and has been in successful operation ever since 

j W 

luttaQoiu 

is not a myth if New Year's candts of every 
Aind. shape ami color (both home-made and im- 
ported \ is any oroof of the existence of the time- 
konarod deiby, cf presents for little ones. In fact, 
Gooege Haas ft Co., No. 20 Kearny street, hasfac 
ssmib* of Santa •Clans (in Casdy) that ase really 
jasod enough to eat. His holiday stock o£ home- 
joadr jaundice and bon-bon boxes cannot be ex- 
*<*lod icywhere, aeavieittohifljatorewiUsncw. £ 



He, She and It. 

The fellow Tvbo kisaeB a young lady on 
her brow while her rosy lips are making 
motions like a patent clothes wringer, is 
not the man for the position. 

"Now that the Winter eeaseai is fairly 
upon us" hasn't been used in -over 5,000 
newspapers itaia Winter. 

All Dion Boucicault asks is to live long 
enough to dramatize Webster's Dictionary. 

Encourage her to take her beau into the 
house, and our grown-up eons and daugh- 
ters won't have so many severe colds. And 
yet it's a funny feeling— this kissing when 
both noses are void. 

■'Take a wing?" said a presumptuous fop 
to a sensible young lady, extending hia bent 
arm toward her. "Not of a gander," she 
quietly -replied, and walked home with her 
mother. 

A New York actor gets $1 50 a week, 
and all he does is to hug a .pretty girl and 

say "Ha ! ha !" 

. « , 

Prcecp* and Prartlco- 

One <of the leading elders oi the Men- 
nonitee, thirty years ago, was one Miller, 
a man of immense strength. Passing a 
crowd-sf idlers at the court house, he was 
stopped with the question: "JkEller, they say 
if one smiteB a Mennonite en the right 
cheekie will turn the-other. Is that so?" 
"That is true." The questioner here gave 
him a «mart blow on the cheek, when Mil- 
ler, turning the other cheek, had it dupli- 
cated. This raised a great laugh, as the 
fellow .turned away. "Stop, .my friend," 
said Miller, "if you had read a little fur- 
ther you would have found another passage 
that we also hold by : With the measure 
that ye mete unto others it shall be meted 
to yon .again, and heaping full,' " and pick- 
ing him up bodily fairly thrashed the wall 
with him. - _ 

A Good PreeedfMt. 

A man paid his first visit to Baltimore a 
few dayt ago, and invited a lady acquaint- 
ance to visit a theater with him. The lady 
accepted the invitation, and the young man, 
following the crowd, walked up to the 
ticket-office, laid down a fifty-cent note for 
his tiiiet, aud turning to his companion 
Baid to her, "The price is fifty cents. " The 
lady happened to have her portemonsaie 
with her, and, appreciating the situation, 
drew from it a fifty-cent note, and her gal- 
lant companion passed it in with hia money, 
aad, obtaining two tickets, handed one of 
them to her, which she quietly accepted, 
and passed in after her beau." 



r*s Club Konsc Sausxecs. 
A delijous table delicacy. Thsy are made of 
dairy-hid pork, are Admirably seasoned, and are 
as superior to the ordinary dry, tasteless ecus 
s^e made of beef and perk mixed, as anything 
•an be inn^ined. Made fresh every morning at 
Bankers Still. 74 and 1j California Market, Cali- 
" a street entrance. Try them. D-b 



ssBurbsmrdt's 540 'Washington street. 

Aeach calf boots made to order lor S3; box toed 
w»ii.aro made to onder (or •€; oxford tie shoe s made 
s» seder for *6; boys' boots made to order for *?; 
ssad barge assortment of boots and shoes, all of 
lasrkhardrs own make, at equally low sales, at 540 
Washington street . M 

tsstttday ConTertiomrrj. 

Afiaae assortment of holiday candies and new 
■trie* of Christmas tree trimmings, fancy boxes, 
east urn g bon-bons, cornucopias, sugar fruits and 
saary articles just received at J. Togeley & 
Brothers, hue of the Mechanics* Fair of 1674, 36 
1 ■bract, near Gram.', Hotel. • 



aW ■«* ftu>er from Corns. 

The unfortunate sufferers from Corns, Bunions 
«•."!) and Ingrowing Xaue, cab find Instant relief 
fey applying it Dr, B. H. Cowan's Institute, re- 
-nasved to £12 F iy street, from 1 to 6 p. M. We 
speak from expedience, having tested the Doctor's 
capability. Reference given if required. h 

»!»» Watches. 

The best goods at the lowest prices, at H. A, 
CVUender's, cor of Second and Mission. A 
xre assortment of chains, jewelry, etc Call and 
cxasnine, 6-y 

'Washing Betnmed la One Day. 

And we never disappoint, at the What Cheer 

Kfi Chinamen employed. 



Worse and Worse. 

Once on a time a Frenchman and a 
Dutchman were traveling in Pennsylvania, 
when their horse lost a shoe. They drove 
up to a blacksmith's shop, and no one being 
in, they proceeded to the house to inquire. 
The Frenchman rapped, and called out, "Is 
de smitty wittin?" "Shtand back," says 
Hans ; "let me shpeak. Ish der black- 
smith s shop en der house ?" 



Clara Antouia, M. D., de Paris, Business and 
Medical Clairvoyant and Independent Trance Me- 
dium, 134 J? Post street, near Dupont. Correct di 
agnoeis and special attention to the treatment o 
rtlsfniffl. Consultations in French, German and 
English. 6-o 

The Antelope Oyster noose* 

Our specialty, always the. best oysters in market 
served up in the best style of cooking. Our 
Eastern transplanted oysters excel any other in 
market Established in 1S64. No. 612 Market 
near Montgomery. B 



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employe 



Charlotte fmhmsn 

Will not appear this season, bat the disappoint- 
ment is more than repaid by the beautiful display 
of Christmas Goods at Mayers* Bazaar, corner 
Montgomery and Pine streets. b 



The Emerson Piano is the finest and cheapest 
Piano in the market to-day lor general be*. Koh- 
ler, Chase & Co., 633 Ctsy street * 



Hedlcal Wonder. 

The great cure for rheumatic and other pains, 
colds, BpraiBS, etc For sale everywhere. h 



little J ^fcjiiiy on the Bee. 

^ ne day Billy, wich had been a readin 
that poetry about the bee and the ant and 
BC "' & things, kep a sayin it over til we ol got 
r *ck of hearin it, no one time wen he come 
, in the dron room and bust out with — 
How dutb the little bixzy bee 
my father he said William, that inseck has 
past a tolably quiet nite, and is a doin as 
wel as ende be expeckted, it is very good of 
your master to send you to inquire so offen, 
but it is a nusance ol the same, so I am 
about to isshue this bulletin, wich will save 
you any further trubble. Wen he sail that 
my father pict up a paper wate and made 
like he was a goin to fling it, but Billy he 
improved the shinin our by dashin thru the 
dore into the passidge. 

I hate bees cos some fokes wich writes 
is o\ ways a crackin 'em up, like they was 
the mose industirua and onfly and peasa- 
ble and clever things in ol this worl, and 
little boys and girls ot to be like 'em. 
But wot if little boys and girls wude sting 
like they does ? 

They was a shoe maker once wich was 
a republican, and he was a visitin a frend 
wich had a hive of bees, and his frend was 
a tellin him the bees had a queen, wich 
was a big fat bee and diddent do no work, 
wich was news to the shoe maker, and it 
made him angry. So he waited til he had 
a good chance, and he give the hive a 
spitefle kick and ran a way, and the las 
that was see of that Bhoe maker he was 
a dancin on a hil, and looked lake he had 
a hundred legs and arms, like the spokeB 
of a weel, and there was a glory ol roun 
him, wich was the sun a shinin on the 
bees. 

The huany wich ia tuke out of bee hives 
is sweet, but frute cake is the stuf for 
me. Bees wax, wich my mother uses wen 
ahe sose the babys frox, is nothing but jvs 
hnnny cobm, but not like you comb your 
head with. 

The way the bees makes wax is this way. 
A bee goes to a flour and roles in it, and 
the tkast sticks to his legs and makes him 
feel lmcomf table, and wen he cant Stan it 
no louger he goes back to the hive, and wen 
ne gits in there the hoi porter bee says 
boots • Then the boots bee comes and 
brushes the dust off the bee wich roled in 
the flours legs, but donfc sweep it up, and 
so many a goin in and out it gits trompt 
into mud wich is wax. But fcow they 
bores the six corner holes in it, les they 
do it with a «ix corner oggur, and were 
they gits the trickle to put in cm, ia wot 
beats me ! 

Maybe you have hear about a bee line. 
Wen a bee gits bis legs loded, hike I tole 
you, and wants a brush up it fuse roun and 
roun, gittan high upper and high upper, 
ol the time, til it sees wich way the hive is, 
and then it has wasted so much time it 
has got to fli mity etrate to git home fore 
dark, and that is a bee line. If it diddent 
think itsef so onederful clever it wude 
start of to random and inquire the way, 
and git home lots quicker and not so far 
to go, but bees is bees. Only I dont like 
'em to he throde up to me as if they 
knode it all, and me and Billy was a 
fool. 

Las summer our dog Towser was a lyin 
in the sun a trine to sleep, but the flies 
was that bad he cuddent, cos he had to 
cetch 'em, but bime by a bee lit on his 
head, and was a wakin a bout like the dog 
waa'hisen. Towser he hel hi3 head stil, 
;ind wen the bee was close to bis nose 
Towser winked at me, like he said you 
see wot this duffer is a doin, he thinks 
I'm a lilly of the vally wich issent opn 
yet, but you jus wait til I blossom and 
you w il see some good fun, and sure euuf 
Towser opend his mouth very sib so as not 
to hriten the bee, and the bee went inside 
Towsers mouth. Then Towser he shet his 
eyes dre'emy, and his mouth too, and had 
begun to make a peacefle smile when the 
bee stung him, and yon never see a lilly of 
the vally ack so in all your life. 



OPEHA HOUSE. 

SOMAS MACT7IKE SOLE FMOUB 

R. KBMELE STAOE KAJUaCi 

EMEBSC^^jgtW^TRELS. 

WORLD-BEKOWNED 60MQ AND DANCB MEM. 




THIS EVENING — JANTTAKjr 

PART FIRST--- Grand Vocai and instrumental Co*<**rt. 

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rNTEODUCTORT OVZHTT-RE 

BAIXAD-SILVER THREADS AMONU THK COLD 

COMIO SONG— WILLIE HAS CONE FOR A SOLDIER 

BALLAD-DAEXJNO A1LEEN O. W. 

COMIC SONG— HAVE YOU SEEN LOUISA BEillY 

BALLAD-SHE'S WAITING FOE US THERE Ji Q. KCSSKU. 



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THB OPERA IN AN UPROAR 



BY THE EJiTfKE COMPANY, 

PART ^ECO^U^G7and~ElWoplan Carnival. 
In Their Specialties. 



JEFF.... Afterwards Locca. SEXY 30QI 

MR. CEDSTY Fond of CurioBlties J. r. OB1UBSBW 

frisky d. j. ea aaw 

JOHNSON Her Agent J. B. 3L£im,l 

MONS, CROUPE.. .» J. RI'-TlfcKOT 

MISS FANNY CSCSTY ij T.I'SglCT 

VISiroRS. .. .MESSES. BARLEY, SHERWOOD, DAVIS. JAY. ETC 

BILLY EMERSON. 

THE WATCH DOG'S GHEP! 

MR. MUTTQNORTJBBEa J. SL XXM3Z2 

SI LAS WILLIAMS. W. AKL» fcXTtS 

GEORGE J. ¥. O — MB 

BKNJAiiiN b&ovts ! ben oomtn 

EBMEILELDA JEXM1K 

Serenaders, Villages, Etc., by the Company. 



SELECTIONS.. 



Pianos to rent from $4 to $10 per mcatfr, by 
Eohler, CWe & Co., l\o. ©33 Clay street. • 



Pity inc Poor Prisoners. 

The new Oakland jail is slowly being put 
in shape for the reception of prisoners. The 
pianos are expected daily, the lounges have 
been ordered, and the rosewood secretariea 
will be finished in about a week. 



Great Bargains in CI o thine 

Too only store in the city that hoBjthe largest, 
cheapest and finest assortment of Men's and Boys 
©othinjr. »• H. Pey»er*s Montgomery Avenue Coin- 
ing Store, 719 Montgomery street, between Wash- 
ington and Jaekson. Also, a large assortment of 
Men's and Boys' Overcoats and Cloaks, and the 
finest Block of Gents' Furnishing Goods, Trunks, 
Valises, etc. ^ x 

Dr. Doberiy. 

Has deTotod his study more particularly to 
jhronic and specific practic, and as such is now 
!he most successful of any Physician in San Fran- 
;isco. Office, 619 Sacramento street, comer of 
ixddeedorff, a few doors below the What Cheer 

House, . * 

IT Too 

FtoeJ the need of phosphorus (nerve food), take a 
course of sea-water baths at the Sanitarium foot of 
Powell street, North Beaoh. Exchusve department 
and lady attendant for ladies, Five tickets for $1, 

Fresh and Sweet 

For the best confection ery, go to Canty and 
Wagner's, 107 Montgomery St ^ear Sutter. H 



The Decker Grand Piano is the Ema of all ota 
it*, without exception. Eohler, Chase & Co. 
\g«?o* p. VbZ Clay effect. V 




aETTBEN GKEEN After a sltwj of the Big Bonanza BiLLT i'a* 

LANDLORD. ., J ti3*^SLAiai 

ffHE MISCHIEVOUS MONKEY .... His Great Oharacter USTUS. *L4 

MAGUIBE'8 NEW THEATRE TO. LBT. APPLY AT BOX OFFICE OF THE OFERA Kf«CH 



PIPER'S OPEBA HOUSE. 

TLCGtNT.4. CTTT, WCVABA. 

JOHN PIPER Peophxetob 



This Elegant Theafre can bo Rented by 

the nisrhL-ar week. Stars and traveling companies 
liberally treated with on application to 

JOHN PIB'EK, 
Manager and Proprietor, 
Or to AH. MeCABE, 
ju38-4f SSft Bush street, San Francisco. 



METROPOLITAN THEATRE 

8ACRAMOTO 

TO 3R.E53STT, 

By the Mehl, Week, or Mouth, from 
Nov. 1st. For terms apply at the Theatre or by 
letter toW.K MORROW, Proprietor, Sacramento. 

N B. — I have no authorized Agent anywhere. 
mb24-t£ 



OPERA HOUSE, 

SAlN JOSE, CALA. 



This Ecnntifol and Newlv Renovated 

Theatre ia to be let by the Night, Week, or Month, 
at reasonable terms. 
ap2rf-tf G. BROHAfiK.\, Proprietor. 



MOZART 

81 O L ETON, 



HALL, 

CAL 



To Let by the Xitrht or Week, for Dra- 
matic Performances, Concerts, Lectures, etc., at rea- 
sonable rates. Addree3 J. A. Woodman, Proprietor 
and Leasee. Stocktoa. For particulars encruire of 
W. D. Lewis, 506 Commercial street, San Fran- 
cisco. N. B. Music rarnished on all occasions, 
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SCOTT'S 

VARIETIES. 

Fun, Pleasure. Variety and 

Beauty. 

NO EQU&Ii. 
Ill this Pleasant Resort 



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ORO FINO THEATRE r« 

Portland, Orecwa: 

THEATRE JSUTAE, Tirtarh 



Lessee and Manageress, 

MISS FANNY MOEOAS 



T*e above Tbealres are- now tumm ft 

the Fall and Winter Season. with a hllAsrt 
Company. Stars having two- or more nnaa» Ssi 
can apply as above, or to J. II. HcCAlCS. 1 
Bush street, San Francisco. .-**-* 



PACIFIC HALL, 

CALIPORMIA THEATRE BtTX.1>3ES| 
8AN FKANCISCO^ 



This Pine nail can be ttrntotf nw 

malic Performances, Operas, Coaoerti. lW^e. Is 
tures, Benefits, etc., by the Ni«ht oir Wti'a, <?a M 
sonable terms. Pacific Hall has just bom ^ajfisa 
refitted, frescoed and supplit A with a ICs-k- -fte^pjat 
Sceneiy, and will accommodate l,50t' pnn^a^-wl 
every seat in full vie\* oi the stage. * Jr iacua I 
pry at the Hall, to 
oc22 3m ThOS. 3L. EXs.ts* 



CHEYENNE OPERA HOVSl 
CHEYENHF, WYOWitHG TSRW3BT. 

Tbis Ponnlar Tliealre Has 

ly Refitted and Decoratc^lr FirsWJa** _ 
Companies or Dramatic Stars coa&ag JBteS 
treated liberally upon application either far ^IK. 
or in person. Addresa all commimjc3.tlo$m w 
JAMES McItas1D%, 



Look Box No. 1, Cheyenne, Wy«. 3at 1 



McDANIEL'S THEATRE 
CHEYENNE, WYOMIKO TEBRiTlXY. 

Open the Tear Bonnd With •Fljrva.rfti 

Variety Company. Variety Arists ccauizffi 3iw*« 
at all times secure First-Class ecgacamenUk ™ 
be artists of acknowledged ability aai baa* 
wardrobe. No others need apply. Ad&x.n* 

JAMES McBAJBOmX. 
Look Box No. 1, Cheyenne, Wyo. Tar- 




Here the Kindest Attention la Tendered 
to Both Strangers and Residents. 

The Proprietor having catered to the wants of tha 

TUH-LOVIffG PTTBIIC ! 
Both Here and in Virginia City 

HAS ATTAINED A 
Popularity I ntuaUcrt ON THIS COAST ! 

THE PRETTIEST^ OF TALENT I 



THK FINEST 



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OF 



EVERYTHING 



IRS. A. C. SCOTT, PROPRIETOR 

....OOBNSB....' 

Sacramento aril Kearny Sts. 



Beth Male and Female Tito 

Will do vail by communicating v!>\ -j^ 

OH THEIS WAY EAST OS WES 

AS WE WANT GOOD ABHS3S, 
To Whom Good Salaries 1TJI1 ho rt. 

Address M. B. LOMHIO « «*.. 

Theatr* (Mm 

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THOS. W. BEEE & C*^ 

Brass Founders and Finiskt* 

BEEK FAUCETS a Specialty. 
MAMT.lCTl'BEB* 

AND EEPAIKIK3 OF 

DRUMS, BANJOS, AND 

Cold and Silver Ptsten 

SPOONS and PORKS made as Goo* a* Sm 

Le&aons given on the Banjo anil ttm 

642 Mission street, between First and Pw iia*L 

N. B.— Fine-toned Silver Solo Banjo* *m 2**3 m 
slonals always on hand. .*z:-£ ■ 



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T. E. Boss. 

BOSS 



A ARLINGTON, 



Exchange Boardine and Sale 

Btable. 158 Tehama, off Third Street. 

Careof Boarding and Sale Horeea %A 

8p«ciftltT. Sale Horaes alwaja o&F| 
hand. Breaking and Handling Colts, 
etc, with care. 

N. B. Clippingof Horses done wit* 
care and dispatch with the English 
Ei others' Patent Machines, which ire" enflfssv; I 
fcTecrbody. Price, SIX DOLIiABS^'— -- ' 



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